Nowadays, patient-related records are kept in cumbersome file cabinets that result in wasted effort, during burdensome searches. As a result, when a patient goes to a different hospital, all those records need to be copied or all those tests have to be repeated for the same patient. In the present research, a secure, paperless operating room architecture (PORA) has been implemented which provides easily accessible patient information that can be safely shared between different hospitals. PORA is composed of three modules. The modules are the patient data input module, operating room server module, and treated patient information output module. In all, the modules allow researchers to edit, review and analyze patient-related data easily; as well as giving patients access to their healthcare information. Near Field Communication (NFC) technology supported with symmetric encryption is employed in PORA to provide the information security of transmitted data. NFC is utilized during the collection of medical records through wireless communication. This solution achieves better communication and accuracy among OR staff members. The PORA has been effectively used to help healthcare personnel and patients receiving treatment across different hospital operating rooms. PORA might be a unique solution for seamless patient information sharing between independent operating rooms.