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CRNA's Name (Preferred Name in parenthesis if desired) Anonymous
Contact Name Anonymous
Contact Email Anonymous
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United States
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Position Desired [ show unanswered questions ]

Brief Description of Candidate
I am the only Level I Trauma-University Medical Center trained CRNA you'll find who used to jump out of airplanes to fight forest fires.
States where clinician wants to work
Check any Position Durations you would consider:
Full Time
Does CRNA want a Chief CRNA position?
Does CRNA want a job that leads to partnership?
How often the CRNA wants to do the following:
Chronic Pain Management
Cardiac Anesthesia
Thoracic Anesthesia
Major Vascular Anesthesia
Obstetric Anesthesia
Pediatric Anesthesia
Trauma Anesthesia
Critical Care Medicine
Anesthesia for outpatient surgery
Office based Anesthesia
Administrative/ Leadership Duties
Regional Anesthesia
Preop Screening Clinic
Orthopedic Anesthesia
Acute Pain Service
Does the CRNA want to be Medically Directed by an Anesthesiologist?
What is the CRNA's preference regarding CRNAs in a job situation doing Operative Cases that are not Medically Directed by an Anesthesiologist?
Sometimes Medically Directed
Does the CRNA want a job where there is an Approved Physician Anesthesia residency program?
Does the CRNA want a job where there is Anesthesia training for Physician house staff?
Does the CRNA want a job where there is a CRNA training program?
Does the CRNA want a job where there is an Anesthesiologist's Assistant training program?
What practice setting(s) does the CRNA have experience?

Salary and Income Information [ show unanswered questions ]

Estimated Minimum Annual Income Desired
(W-2 Salary or 1099 Payment)
Employment Status Desired:
Employee (IRS form W-2)
Independent Contractor (IRS form 1099).
Does the CRNA want a Salary income from anesthesia group?
Does the CRNA want a Percentage income from anesthesia group?
Does the CRNA want an Income from Fee-for-service individual practice?
Does the CRNA want a Salary from Hospital as an employee?
Does the CRNA want Other income as a Hospital employee?
How often Does the CRNA want to be on call?
Call frequency varies
Does the CRNA want to have the Day off after call?

Qualifications [ show unanswered questions ]

States where CRNA is licensed
CRNA's Degree
CRNA's Nurse School Anonymous
CRNA's Anesthesia School Anonymous
Is CRNA Certified by the NBCRNA?

NBCRNA = National Board on Certification
and Recertification of Nurse Anesthetists
Year of Primary Certification
Has CRNA completed Subspecialty Extra training
Does CRNA have Subspecialty Expertise but has not completed extra training?
If CRNA has Subspecialty expertise or has completed extra training, which one(s)?
Check which Life Support cards you currently have:
Is CRNA a New Graduate?


Current Employer

Current Employer Name Anonymous
Current Employer Address/City/State/Zip Anonymous
CRNA's reason for seeking a job change? Anonymous


CRNA's Interests
Kayaking, rock climbing, wood working, fly fishing
Name of a reference person Anonymous
Reference's email Anonymous
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Comment or paste the text of your CV here, if desired.
Obtain full time employment as a CRNA.
Middle Tennessee School of Anesthesia, Madison, TN
Master of Science: Anesthesia, Bernard V. Bowen Scholar, GPA 4.0, November 2017
Oklahoma City University Kramer School of Nursing, Oklahoma City, OK
Bachelor of Science: Nursing, Highest Honors, GPA 3.972, May 2010
Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, OK
Bachelor of Arts: History, Minor: Political Science, December 1999
Military Service
Captain United States Army Reserve Nurse Corps, February 2016 to present.
CRNA (66F) assigned to 933rd Forward Surgical Team (FST), Paducah, KY- An FST is a twenty-person team consisting of four surgeons, two CRNAs, three RNs and other essential medical staff who perform damage control surgery on combat casualties within the "golden hour" of injury whenever possible.
Work Experience
Multi-Specialty CRNA, Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Nashville, TN. December 2017 to present.
Level I Trauma Center ranked #17 on U.S. News 2018-19 Best Hospitals Honor Roll. Anesthesia care team model. Responsible for pre-assessment, care preparation, intra and post-op evaluation and management. Proficient in ERAS, GI, GYN, ortho, urologic, spine, neuro, radiologic, kidney transplant, laparoscopic, ECT, joints, burn, trauma, and general surgery procedures in adults. Dedicated to continuously improving my personal performance, patient advocacy, patient safety, and teamwork.

Registered Nurse Trauma ICU, Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Nashville, TN. Jan 2013 to July 2015.
Charge Nurse Level I Trauma center providing care for intubated, hemodynamically unstable patients with multisystem traumatic injuries. Proficient in monitoring arterial lines, PA catheters, ICP monitors, fluid resuscitation, ventilation, mass transfusion, vasoactive medications, and sedation. CVVHD certified. Collaborated with interdisciplinary medical teams and fellow nurses, while thinking critically and acting decisively to promote patients' return to best function.

Registered Nurse ED, Stillwater Medical Center, Stillwater, OK. December 2010 to December 2012.
Continuously assessed, intervened, and reevaluated patient conditions including: CVA, MI, arrhythmia, respiratory, abdominal pain, MVC, multi-trauma, orthopedics, pediatrics, and obstetrics. Led and participated as a team member in codes in the ED and on the floor. Safely and rapidly assessed, stabilized, and maintained airway, breathing, and circulation. Ordered appropriate lab and radiologic studies autonomously. Remained calm, caring, courteous, and effective in high stress situations.

Smokejumper GS-6, US Forest Service, Redmond, OR. April-October 2008, May 2010 to November 2010
One of 300 Forest Service Smokejumpers in the U.S. Parachuted into and fought remote, high elevation wildfires in rugged terrain with minimal support or resources. Maintained situational awareness and communications with dispatch and other fire personnel while safely digging fire line. Instructed Army National Guard in Basic Fire behavior and firefighting strategies at the Army Depot, Sacramento, CA.

Wildland Firefighter GS-4, US Forest Service, Mammoth Lakes, CA. May 2004-November 2007
Earned rank of Crew Boss and safely led up to 20 firefighters in the wildland fire environment. Developed methods for mapping fire progression, incorporating technology on the fire line, and presented summaries of fire activity to forest supervisors.
Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist Tennessee (CRNA 119113) Certified 12/5/2017-12/31/2021
Registered Nurse Tennessee (RN 191169)
Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support ACLS AHA provider expires February 2020
Basic Life Support BLS AHA provider expires February 2020
Pediatric Advanced Life Support PALS AHA provider expires February 2020
Certified Critical Care Nurse CCRN
Certified Emergency Nurse CEN
Trauma Nursing Core Course TNCC
Awards and Activities
Bernard V. Bowen Award for Academic Excellence November 2017
Selected by MTSA faculty and administration. Upheld mission and core values of MTSA, achieved 4.0 GPA, exhibited professionalism during interaction with classmates and academic faculty, and fostered a spirit of academic excellence beyond expectations and degree requirements.
American Association of Nurse Anesthetists AANA current member
Vanderbilt Trauma ICU Charge Nurse July 2014 to July 2015
Vanderbilt Trauma ICU Employee of the Month Voted by co-workers June 2013 and July 2014
Vanderbilt Trauma ICU Unit Board Representative and Co-chair January 2013 to July 2015
Sigma Theta Tau International Nursing Honor Society inductee April 2010
President of the Kramer Student Nurse Association April 2009 to May 2010
Elected by student body, planned and organized monthly meetings, developed service programs including blood drives, textbook co-op, Haiti earthquake relief bags, and county health flu clinics. Broadened the educational experience of my peers.
Bachelor-to-BSN Student Representative June 2009 to May 2010
Nominated by Kramer School of Nursing faculty and staff to represent the BSN class at faculty organizational meetings.
Outstanding Service Student Award May 2010
Awarded by Kramer School of Nursing faculty for organizing and participating in voluntary service to the community above and beyond the hours required for graduation.

Volunteer Experience
Glen Leven Day School Contractor, Nashville, TN. February 2016
Designed and built a 20’x14’ awning to provide rain and sun protection for the children’s play area.
All Hands Volunteers Earthquake Relief Volunteer, Leogane, Haiti. March 2010
Removed cement, re-bar, and debris from destroyed homes. Framed and roofed two field hospitals. Translated English to French to facilitate communicate with Haitian earthquake victims and co-workers.
All Hands Volunteers Tornado Relief Volunteer, Mena, Arkansas. May 2009
Cleared tree and brush debris, demolition of houses, sorted and organized donation materials.
Cardio-Thoracic ICU Volunteer, University of Washington Medical Center, Seattle, Washington. Winter 2008-9
Maintained nurse servers with supplies, prepared rooms for patients returning from surgery,

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Date Posted 03/12/19 09:31pm
Last Updated 03/12/19 09:31pm
Reference # 272573
Priority General Posting
Section CRNA
Form Type CV
User Type Individual: CRNA
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