Work Hours
    Position Type
    Regular Full-Time
    Hours Per 2-Week Pay Period
    80 Hours
    Weekend Requirements
    Weekends and holidays as scheduled
  • Overview

    The CRNA/AA Administers anesthesia within their scope of practice. The CRNA provides an assessment of the patient for the attending physician’s review and selection of an anesthesia care plan. The CRNA possesses the cognitive skills, technical skills, administrative skills, and personality qualities to effectively carry out the anesthesia care plan. The CRNA maintains a commitment to excellence, caring and cooperation. The CRNA maintains an ongoing awareness of patient rights to privacy and carries out the guidelines defined in the organization’s confidentiality policy.


    1. Demonstrates integrity, compassion and respect when working with patients, families, visitors and staff.
    2. Provides the highest quality of patient care through:
    • Administering anesthesia to achieve the desired end-point of any anesthetic – patient comfort and surgical working conditions with minimal physiologic trespass.
    • Adherence to Medical Staff Bylaws and Anesthesia Health Care Service Rules and Regulations for credentialing
    • Participation in Quality Assurance activities of Anesthesia.
    • Review and assess the history, physical exam, flow sheets and laboratory studies in recommending the appropriate technical and pharmacological anesthetic approach.
    • Interpret monitored parameters and employ appropriate anesthetic corrections and adjustments.
    • Provide airway management including endotracheal intubation with or without machine-controlled ventilation, placement of intravenous therapy and monitoring lines, placement of intra-arterial monitoring lines, and establishment of regional anesthesia with various nerve blocking techniques.
    • Prescribe pre-medications under the broad and general supervision of the attending anesthesiologist. Prescription of anesthetic plans including adjunctive agents in under the direct supervision of the anesthesiologist.
    1. Direct the activities of the technical support person assigned by the organization to the anesthesia section in regards to the following:
    • Ordering of supplies
    • Inventory control
    • Stocking of individual anesthetizing agents
    • Maintenance of equipment
    • Charge initiation
    • Maintenance of anesthesia activity log


    1. B.S.N or Bachelor’s degree in health care field required.
    2. C.R.N.A Master’s degree required.
    3. One to two years of relevant work experience preferred.
    4. Must have a current NYS Registered Nurse License.
    5. Must have a current CRNA certification.                                   

    As applicable, the individual has training/competency in attending to the special needs and/or behaviors appropriate to the age of patients for which care is being provided.


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