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Location: Sault Ste. Marie, MI

Salary: $200k / Year - $240k / Year

Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist (CRNA))

POSITION TYPE: Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist (CRNA))

LOCATION: Sault Soo Marie, MI

SHIFT: Days - Variable

JOB TYPE: Full-Time Permanent

Job Description:

Under the supervision/collaboration with an Anesthesiologist and/or surgeon/attending physician, performs a variety of professional patient care duties, such as:

  • - evaluation of and administering anesthetics to patients for surgical, therapeutic, diagnostic and obstetric procedures
  • - reviewing patient data to determine the equipment and anesthetic technique to be used
  • - informing the patient regarding anesthesia procedures
  • - observing, monitoring, and documenting the anesthetized patient’s condition
  • - initiating remedial measures in response to patient’s condition
  • - keeping current regarding methods and techniques


  • Sets up and checks anesthesia machines, equipment and medications, prepares additional equipment as needed. Connects appropriate monitoring equipment to patient. Prior to administration of anesthesia the CRNA documents same on the anesthesia record. Will complete departmental anesthesia pre-op checklist and all records needed to document quality patient care.
  • Performs nursing/anesthesia assessment, planning, interventions and ongoing monitoring of assigned patients. Evaluates patient prior to anesthesia for proper presentation for anesthesia. Confers with appropriate physician(s) and Anesthesiologist as to type of anesthesia services. Administers anesthesia for surgical, therapeutic, diagnostic and obstetric procedures. Accompanies patient to PACU or ICU/CCU and remains with patient as required by the patient’s condition until care has been assumed by other qualified individuals and the patient’s condition is stable. Communicates a complete report to receiving nurse/provider which includes specific problems presented by patient’s condition. Responds to urgent and emergent patient situations (e.g., cardiac arrest, trauma) and on-call patient care responsibilities as required per hospital policy and job assignment. Provides anesthesia services throughout the hospital when requested.
  • Records all pertinent events taking place during the induction of, maintenance of, and emergence from anesthesia. Maintains accurate and legible anesthesia records throughout the case. Completes all charge tickets, reports and logs that are pertinent to the anesthesia service. Collaborates with Anesthesiologist /Physician to ensure anesthesia orders are signed by the Anesthesiologist/Physician.
  • Attends and participates in department/hospital meetings, mandatory education days. Attends continuing education programs to maintain clinical competency and certifications and licensure. Accepts responsibility for personal and professional growth. Maintains documentation of attendance at annual training, mandatory education, and seminars attended.
  • Participates in Quality Assessment and Improvement (QA/I) activities (e.g., education, measurement/monitoring, review, team participation, etc.) in conjunction with the Hospital’s QA/I plan, goals and objectives. Participates in data collection and case review for QA activities.
  • Complies with and/or implements the Customer First philosophy, as well as all hospital, human relations, safety, health, human resources and departmental policies, procedures, protocols and guidelines, and meets all licensing accreditation requirements.
  • Understands and can access information regarding issues related to infant, pediatric, adolescent, adult and geriatric patients.
  • Performs all other duties as assigned by the Director of Anesthesiology or designee.


Procedures (included but not limited to):

  • - Adult and pediatric venipuncture
  • - Arterial line insertion
  • - Medication calculation and effects
  • - Sterile technique
  • - Airway maintenance
  • - Administration and management of regional anesthetics

Job Benefits:

  • Competitive salary
  • Direct Deposit
  • 401K
  • Comprehensive Health, Dental, and Vision benefits
  • Employee discount program
  • Excellent room for growth and advancement


  • Board Certified NBCRNA - evidence of bi-annual recertification by the American Association of Nurse Anesthetists (AANA) - REQUIRED
  • Michigan CRNA - Advanced Practice Nurse Specialty License in Anesthesia - REQUIRED
  • Evidence of CMEs completed annually - REQUIRED 
  • At least 3 years of experience in CRNA role - REQUIRED
  • Procedure Experience: Adult and pediatric venipuncture, Arterial line insertion, Medication calculation and effects, Sterile technique, Airway maintenance, Administration and management of regional anesthetics – State provider’s experience with these procedures at submission - REQUIRED 
  • Active BLS, ACLS, and Neonatal Resuscitation Program (NRP) - REQUIRED

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