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Nurse Anesthetist CRNA Jobs in Indiana – Apply Online

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Recent CRNA Job Postings in Indiana

Current job openings:

Crna- Anderson
Employer: St. Vincent Health, In in Anderson, IN 46016
We Are Hiring APRN-CRNA-Registered Nurse (RN) – Certified Anesthetist – AND Anesthesiology – Full-Time, Day – Anderson-2015 Jackson Street – Anderson, IN…
 
Logansport Memorial Hospital – Crna
Employer: Northstar Anesthesia in Logansport, IN
Seeking an independent CRNA to join our Team in Logansport, IN! Founded in 2004 by an Anesthesiologist and CRNA, NorthStar Anesthesia is one of the largest…
 
Crna Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist
Employer: Crh Anesthesia in Evansville, IN
Indiana CRNA (Required). Our team of CRNAs enjoy national resources from our group, all while having local autonomy at their respective practices….
 
Crna
Employer: Mednax in Gary, IN
Excellent opportunity for a CRNA. CRNAs do all cases including, epidurals, spinals and central lines. MEDNAX is seeking a CRNA to join a well-established group…
 
Franciscan Crown Point – Crna
Employer: Northstar Anesthesia in Crown Point, IN
Seeking CRNAs in Crown Point, Indiana! Founded in 2004 by an Anesthesiologist and CRNA, NorthStar Anesthesia is one of the largest anesthesia management…
 
Crna
Employer: Deaconess Hospital in Evansville, IN 47710
The CRNA will work under the direction of the operating physician on the floors & in the procedure center, and under the direction of the supervising…
 

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Nurse Anesthetist (CRNA) Job Description

To become a Nurse Anesthetist one must first gain R.N. certification and then obtain additional training in Anesthesiology. Once the Advanced Practice Nurse is awarded their credentials in Anesthesiology they can begin practicing as a Nurse Anesthetist also commonly known as a CRNA. This job position is highly specialized and only focuses on assisting the Physician and Anesthesiologist in administering anesthetic to patients undergoing surgical procedures. The CRNA will typically work in conjunction with other healthcare providers as part of a team designed to provide the best patient care possible. Many CRNAs find employment in the Armed Services, providing anesthesia to members of the U.S. military, while others find gainful employment in private doctors offices, surgery clinics and hospitals. The average salary for a CRNA is around $160,000 while some Nurse Anesthetists earn up to $240,000 per year. Anyone considering this career should carefully weigh the pros and cons before making any life-altering decisions. Graduate level education is required and can be expensive, although there might be student loans, grants and/or scholarships available to some students.


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