Proficient in IV sedation, Regional Blocks, ie. SAB, Epidurals, and General Anesthesia.
Granville Health System is a community healthcare provider based in Oxford, NC. We are currently recruiting for PRN CRNAs.
Performs the primary functions of a certified registered nurse anesthetist and administers anesthetics to surgical, obstetrical, dental, and emergency patients. Observes the patient's condition and monitors the patient who are anesthetized with continued reassessments. Takes necessary measures to counteract unfavorable conditions. Keeps accurate records noting pre-operative. intra-operative, and post-operative anesthesia condition. Must be proficient in IV sedation, Regional Blocks, ei. SAB, Epidurals, and General Anesthesia. Assists in the administration of the anesthesia department inventory control, and the general running of the department. Promotes team work within the Operating Room and Hospital, with the medical staff, nursing personnel and other departments.
Graduate from an accredited school of nursing. Licensed by the North Carolina State Board of Nursing. Graduate from an accredited school of anesthesia. Maintains continued education credits for AANA re-certification.
Pursues programs of continuing education consistent with requirements of Granville Medical Center. Participates in educational conferences and updates, maintains licensure as a registered nurse and a certified nurse anesthetist. Maintains professional knowledge and skills to all areas of responsibilities.
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Employment Status: W-2 (Employee) or 1099 (Independent Contractor)
Definite Job or a Pending Job:
How often will CRNA be on FIRST call?
FIRST Call frequency varies
Day off after FIRST call?
How often will CRNA be on SECOND call?
SECOND Call frequency varies
How often the CRNA will be doing each of the following:
What percentage of the time will the CRNA be Medically Directed by an anesthesiologist?
If the CRNA will be Medically Directed by an Anesthesiologist, who administers the induction agents?