a. Minimum Income (Annual Estimated W-2 Salary or 1099 Payment)
b. Maximum Income (Annual Estimated W-2 Salary or 1099 Payment)
Full Time opportunity in California!
Somnia, a national anesthesia practice management company, which was recently named one of the 50 fastest growing privately held New York-based companies by Crain’s New York Business, is seeking a CRNA to join its dynamic team at a 367-bed tertiary care hospital in Palm Springs, CA. The hospital, with outstanding facilities, is about 90 minutes from both Los Angeles and San Diego.
The hospital also serves as a Level II trauma center, offering High Risk OB, Cardiac and Neurosurgery with an on-site ASC. The facility runs 6 ORs with a total case volume of 18,000 which include approximately 1,000 trauma cases, 3,500 live births, and 250 cardiac cases. The remaining cases include neurosurgeries, orthopedics, urology and general surgery. Case volume also includes the ASC which runs 4 rooms daily for all outpatient procedures.
Anesthesia is provided in a medical direction/supervision model, with 10 MDAs collaborating with 10 CRNAs. The CRNAs take 1st, 2nd and 3rd call on weekends. Full time CRNAs are expected to take call a minimum of every third weekend, though the frequency of call will depend on seasonal fluctuations in surgical case volume.
• Board Certification is required
• Active CA state license is preferred
A comprehensive benefits package is available. Somnia offers employee (W2) and independent contractor (1099) options. Enjoy access to our national network of anesthesia support.
About Palm Springs
Palm Springs is located on the western edge of the Coachella Valley. The year-round population of 45,000 doubles during the winter months, as the city has more than 350 days of sunshine with daytime winter temperatures averaging in the 70s. Residents and visitors enjoy a wide range of indoor and outdoor activities including arts, culture and recreation.
Employment Status: W-2 (Employee) or 1099 (Independent Contractor)
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How often will CRNA be on FIRST call?
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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?