Yes, believe it or not, I'm a 3rd semester upper-division BSN student, going into 2nd semester of clinicals, and this has me confused.... We have an Adult Health I class and an OB class this semester, a total of about 12 weeks of clinicals. We got our schedules, and I am scheduled for 8 weeks in both "surgery" and "ortho/neurosurgery" and "surgical" (that is the "big description"). We also do 2 days in an ambulatory surgery center (this is my "Perioperative rotation" on my schedule), and then I do 2 days in "medical". I saw that some girls go to the "OR" and the "PACU" one day out of the whole semester. I don't go to those places at all. But the girls in my group and I have a lot more "surgical" rotation than other students do. Some other students have a lot more "medical" than my group does.What I first thought was that "surgical" and "surgery" means I'd be in the OR, which had me really excited because I shadowed in the OR last semester and I loved it so much more than the med/surge we'd been doing. But then I thought maybe it's just a med/surge floor with different kinds of patients... So what do you think that means? I don't want to get my hopes up for an OR rotation, only to find out when I get there in 2 weeks that it's what I call a med/surge floor.Thanks.