We Offer a Nurse Anesthetist Career Opportunity Here at North American Partners in Anesthesia

We support anesthesiology practices by supplying them with career outsourcing and also provide a nurse anesthetist career opportunity to women and men wishing to pursue a nursing job in the field of anesthesiology. Therefore, if you are a nurse who is interested in expanding your horizons, so to speak, we invite you to submit an application to our organization.

If you plan to eventually apply to our organization, then you will need to better understand some of the job duties that are involved in taking on a nurse anesthetist career opportunity with our organization.

Basic Educational Qualifications for CRNAs

We at North American Partners in Anesthesia can assist you in your decision by giving you an idea of some of the job duties included in the role of a nurse anesthetist. According to the American Association of Nurse Anesthetists (AANA), a certified registered nurse anesthetist (CRNA) must hold a bachelor’s degree in nursing or similar appropriate degree.

One Year of Acute Care Experience Is Also Required

The candidate should have, at a minimum, one year of ER or ICU experience and have successfully completed a nurse anesthesia program as well as the certification exam. Naturally, here at North American Partners in Anesthesia we concur with these qualifications, and make them a requirement for obtaining a job with our organization.

Advanced Practice Nurses

Here at North American Partners in Anesthesia, we invite you to visit the AANA website as it provides stories about the “day in the life” of a CRNA. According to our own research here at NAPA, we found out that CRNAs began providing pain-free anesthetics in the 19th century. During that time, nurses supplied anesthesia to Civil War soldiers. Today CRNAs are advanced practice nurses who are able to enjoy a great deal of autonomy in their chosen occupation.

Career Opportunities within Our Organization – Where They Are Located

CRNAs supply anesthetics in a variety of practice settings as well as for every kind of procedure or surgery. CRNAs often are the sole anesthesia providers in rural medical facilities as well as the primary provider of anesthesia in the U.S. Armed Forces. Currently, we at North American Partners in Anesthesia, provide a nurse anesthetist career opportunity in the states of Illinois, Florida and the states in the Northeastern U.S.

What We Offer in Benefits

Therefore, we not only support the practices of anesthesiologists her at North American Partners in Anesthesia, we assist in the career goals of CRNAs. Here, at North American Partners in Anesthesia, we provide competitive compensation, a flexible schedule with the opportunity for optional overtime, 401K participation, a flexible spending program, and reimbursement incentives for continuing education. Nurses also receive CME credits for training that is department-sponsored by our organization.

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