Reference #293864   Priority Posting - CRNA Job - (Group: Private Practice)

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Essential Information [ show unanswered questions ]

Facility Name:
East Carolina Anesthesia Associates
Facility City:
Hickory
Facility State:
North Carolina
Facility Country:
United States
Facility Website or Video Link
http://ecaa.com
Duration of position:
Full Time
Brief Description:
Largest private practice in North Carolina seeking 2 full-time CRNAs. $20,000 Signing Bonus! Excellent compensation and benefits!
Full Description:
Established and large private practice group looking for 2 full-time call CRNAs for Hickory, NC. ECAA is the largest private practice remaining in NC. Excellent pension/profit sharing retirement option. In addition to base salary there is plenty of opportunity to pick up extra call to supplement income. Seven weeks vacation that increases up to 8 weeks. Case mix includes general, orthopedics, OB, cardiothoracic, plastics, peds, dental, bariatrics, and some non complex neuro. CRNAs cover one local 355 bed hospital as well as three ambulatory centers. All call is from home unless you reside more than 20 minutes from the hospital.

The city of Hickory is located in the western portion of North Carolina on the Catawba River in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, approximately one hour east of Asheville and one hour north of Charlotte with easy access to Charlotte’s international airport. Hickory has outstanding school systems, seven recreation facilities, two libraries, several golf courses, theaters, art museums, and eighteen gorgeous parks. Come enjoy the advantages of a setting that allows easy access to the Blue Ridge Mountains, the Catawba chain of lakes, including Hickory, James, Rhodhiss, Lookout Shoals and Norman.
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?
Negotiable FIRST Call
Day off after FIRST call?
Always
How often will CRNA be on SECOND call?
Negotiable SECOND Call
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
Office based Anesthesia
Administrative/ Leadership Duties
Regional Anesthesia
Preop Screening Clinic
Orthopedic Anesthesia
Acute Pain Service
Other
What percentage of the time will the CRNA be Medically Directed by an anesthesiologist?
100%
If the CRNA will be Medically Directed by an Anesthesiologist, who administers the induction agents?
Sometimes CRNA, Sometimes anesthesiologist

Job Information and Duties [ show unanswered questions ]

Number of CRNAs needed?
2
Is this a Chief CRNA position?
No
Will CRNA insert Central Venous catheters?
Negotiable
Will CRNA insert arterial catheters?
Negotiable
Will CRNA insert lumbar epidural catheters?
Negotiable
Will CRNA administer spinal anesthesia?
Negotiable
Will CRNA administer Axillary Brachial Plexus Blocks?
Negotiable
Will CRNA administer other regional anesthesia blocks?
Negotiable
Will CRNA be a hospital employee?
No
Will CRNA be an Anesthesia Group employee?
Yes

Job Requirements [ show unanswered questions ]

Subspecialty Fellowship Required?
No
State License Required
North Carolina
NBCRNA Certification required?

NBCRNA = National Board on Certification
and Recertification of Nurse Anesthetists
Yes
Is it acceptable to be In the NBCRNA examination process?

NBCRNA = National Board on Certification
and Recertification of Nurse Anesthetists
No
Is it acceptable to be Neither NBCRNA Certified nor in the examining process? 

NBCRNA = National Board on Certification
and Recertification of Nurse Anesthetists
No
Is a current ACLS card required?
Yes
Is a current PALS card required?
Yes
New Graduates Acceptable?
Yes

Salary and Income Information

Amount of Sign-on Bonus
Negotiable
Sign-on Bonus commitment
Negotiable
Malpractice Paid?
Yes
Amount of Malpractice Coverage?
$1 million / $3 million
Does this job provide Salary Income?
Yes
Does this job provide time and 1/2 pay for hours greater than 40 in a week?
Negotiable
Weeks Paid Educational Leave
None
Weeks Paid Vacation
6 Weeks
Medical Insurance Paid
Employer contribution
Disability Insurance Paid
Short-term voluntary / Long-term covered
Retirement Plan Paid
Yes
Interview Expenses Paid
No
Does this job provide Income as a Full Partner in a group practice?
No
Does this job provide Income from Fee-for-service individual practice?
No
Does this job provide Other Income from Hospital as an employee?
No

Anesthesia Group Information

Anesthesia Group Name
East Carolina Anesthesia Associates
Anesthesia Group Web Site
http://ECAA.com
Does Anesthesia Group have an exclusive contract?
No

Facility Information [ show unanswered questions ]

Name of Anesthesiologist who is the Medical Director and years with group
Dr. Joshua Schwartz
Name of CRNA who is the Chief CRNA and years with group
31
Is practice limited to one hospital or involves several hospitals?
One Hospital
Practice involves a Surgery Center
Yes
Practice involves Office Based Anesthesia?
No
Number of licensed beds
301-400
City Web Site
http://fryemedctr.com
Federal Government job?
(Any State license will work)

For example:
•    Veterans Affairs (VA)
•    Military
•    Indian Health
No

Other [ show unanswered questions ]

Contact Information [ show unanswered questions ]

Company Name
East Carolina Anesthesia Associates
Contact Name
Michael Richard
Contact Email
Contact State
North Carolina
Contact Country
United States
Preferred Contact Method
Email

Post Information

Date Posted 11/21/19 07:56am
Last Updated 11/22/19 01:46pm
Posted By gnorwood@ecaa.com
Reference # 293864
Priority Priority Posting
Section CRNA
Form Type Job
User Type Group: Private Practice
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