Reference #257595  CRNA Job - (Facility: Hospital)

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Essential Information [ show unanswered questions ]

Facility Name:
Duke Raleigh Hospital
Facility City:
Raleigh
Facility State:
North Carolina
Facility Website or Video Link
https://player.vimeo.com/video/222775559
Duration of position:
Full Time
Brief Description:
Regional Anesthesia Associates is a Duke Community Partner providing service to Duke Raleigh Hospital
Full Description:
Regional Anesthesia Associates (RAA) is the Community Division of the Duke Department of Anesthesiology. RAA staffs hospitals and surgery centers in beautiful North Carolina. Our facilities provide a wide variety of surgical specialties as listed below; actual case types and call duties vary from facility to facility. 

The Triangle area of North Carolina encompasses the counties of Wake, Durham, Orange, Alamance, Chatham, and Johnston, and the urban centers of Raleigh, Durham, and Chapel Hill. Centrally located in the Triangle is Raleigh-Durham International Airport as well as an array of cultural and sports venues. Another benefit to living and working in the Triangle: in only a few hours you can be in the mountains to the west, or at the beach to the east!

Please reach out to Dan Lewis, CRNA for more information on joining our growing Anesthesia practice at daniel.lewis2@duke.edu

Employment Status:
W-2 (Employee) or
1099 (Independent Contractor)
W-2
Start Date:
Immediate
Definite Job
or a Pending Job:
Definite Job
How often will CRNA be on FIRST call?
FIRST Call frequency varies
Day off after FIRST call?
Always
How often will CRNA be on SECOND call?
SECOND Call frequency varies
How often the CRNA
will be doing each of the following:
Chronic Pain Management
Cardiac Anesthesia
Thoracic Anesthesia
Major Vascular Anesthesia
Obstetric Anesthesia
Pediatric Anesthesia
Neuroanesthesia
Trauma Anesthesia
Critical Care Medicine
Anesthesia for outpatient surgery
Regional Anesthesia
Preop Screening Clinic
Orthopedic Anesthesia
Acute Pain Service
What percentage of the time will the CRNA be Medically Directed by an anesthesiologist?
Never

Job Information and Duties [ show unanswered questions ]

Will CRNA insert Central Venous catheters?
Sometimes
Will CRNA insert arterial catheters?
Sometimes
Will CRNA insert lumbar epidural catheters?
Never
Will CRNA administer spinal anesthesia?
Sometimes
Will CRNA administer Axillary Brachial Plexus Blocks?
Never
Will CRNA administer other regional anesthesia blocks?
Never
Will CRNA be an Anesthesia Group employee?
Yes

Job Requirements [ show unanswered questions ]

State License Required
North Carolina
Is a current ACLS card required?
Yes
Is a current PALS card required?
Yes
New Graduates Acceptable?
Negotiable

Salary and Income Information [ show unanswered questions ]

Anesthesia Group Information

Anesthesia Group Name
Regional Anesthesia Associates
Anesthesia Group Web Site
https://www.raamed.com/
Does Anesthesia Group have an exclusive contract?
Yes

Facility Information [ show unanswered questions ]

Name of Anesthesiologist who is the Medical Director and years with group
Scott McCulloch, MD
Name of CRNA who is the Chief CRNA and years with group
Daniel Lewis, CRNA, Brady Kempton, CRNA
Why is the group needing more CRNAs?
Expansion
Is practice limited to one hospital or involves several hospitals?
One Hospital

Other [ show unanswered questions ]

Contact Information [ show unanswered questions ]

Company Name
Regional Anesthesia Associates
Contact Name
Dan Lewis, CRNA
Contact Email
Contact Country
United States
Contact Web Site
http://www.raamed.com

Post Information

Date Posted 12/03/18 10:04am
Last Updated 10/03/19 01:04pm
Posted By chantae.carlton@duke.edu
Reference # 257595
Priority General Posting
Section CRNA
Form Type Job
User Type Facility: Hospital
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