Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist CRNA
Company: Nurse Practitioner
Location: San Jose
Posted on: November 22, 2021
An excellent career opportunity is now available at 350 bed non
profit Medical Center in Silicon Valley California, actively
seeking a Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist CRNA.
Under supervision of the Anesthesiologist, the CRNA will induce
anesthesia on patients of all ages. The CRNA will also monitor life
support functions during perioperative procedures. The CRNA must be
currently licensed as a Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist in
the state of California.
The full time CRNA will be one of six providers sharing call
responsibilities. The caseloads include general surgery, OB/ GYN,
Orthopedics, urology, ENT, podiatry, Endo/ GI, dental,
ophthalmology. Regional anesthesia techniques required include,
subarachnoid, epidurals, peripheral nerve blocks. Ultrasound guided
vascular access skills required. The CRNA will be responsible for
administering intravenous, spinal and other anesthetics prior to
and during surgical or medical procedures.
As an Advanced Practice Registered Nurse, the Certified Registered
Nurse Anesthetist will act as a role model and expert in the field.
This may include mentoring lower level staff as well as assisting
in monitoring patients who have received or are recovering from
The CRNA will have the opportunity to live in one of the nation’s
most iconic regions, the San Francisco Bay Area. The region is home
to numerous professional athletic teams, public and private
universities, culturally diverse communities, breath taking natural
beauty and endless outdoor activities.
The Medical Center is part of a large and stable healthcare
organization and is prepared to offer an incredible salary, stable
schedule, excellent work/life balance, sign on bonus, relocation
and an unbeatable retirement and pension program.
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