CRNAs are highly educated advanced practice registered nurses who deliver anesthesia to patients in exactly the same ways and just as safely as physician anesthesiologists. CRNAs are well prepared to respond appropriately in emergency situations.
Total Healthcare Education and Training
CRNAs are anesthesia experts qualified to deliver specialized care to all patients, from infants to seniors, for every type of procedure in all types of facilities.
CRNAs are educated and trained to practice in every type of anesthesia delivery model.
By 2025, all student nurse anesthetists will earn a doctorate degree.
*With an average of 2.9 years of critical care experience, CRNAs are the only anesthesia professionals who START their anesthesia education knowing how to manage critical events. (NOTE: They are required to have 1 year of experience for admission to a program.)
CRNAs face unnecessary restrictions in providing patients with proper anesthesia care. Learn more about current nationwide issues and how you can help CRNAs continue providing essential patient care.