About Our Profession

Profession: an occupation, vocation or career where specialized knowledge of a subject, field, or science is applied. It is usually applied to occupations that involve prolonged academic training and a formal qualification.

What Is a Nurse Anesthetist?

A Nurse Anesthetist is a registered nurse that undergoes intense training to become nationally certified as a Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist (CRNA). CRNAs stay with their patients for the entire procedure, constantly monitoring every important body function and individually modifying the anesthetic to ensure maximum safety and comfort.

CRNAs: Providing safe and quality anesthesia care for Americans for over 150 years.

  • Nurse Anesthetists administer approximately 65% of the 26 million anesthetics given to patients each year.
  • According to a 1999 Institute of Medicine Report; anesthesia is nearly 50 times safer than it was 20 years ago!

Want to find out more about Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists? Visit the AANA site to find out more…

How to become a Nurse Anesthetist

If you are interested in becoming a nurse anesthetist, please visit AANA (American Association of Nurse Anesthetists) for more information.

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