No Call / No Holidays/Collaborative Culture
The Certified Nurse Anesthetist is part of a collaborative environment supporting a complex case mix across multiple specialties. This role provides anesthesia care in the operating room and off site settings, based on educational preparation and/or certification in the CRNA role to a specific patient population. Care goals include preanesthesia assessment, administration of general and regional anesthesia, airway management and post anesthesia care and patient discharge. The CRNA assumes the management of patients, functioning in a collaborative role with the physician, case manager, and other members of the health care team. As an expert practitioner, the CRNA performs selected invasive procedures, designs individualized treatment plans, evaluates outcomes, and modifies the treatment plan as needed. The CRNA facilitates the transition of patients between service units and provides/coordinates complex patient care. Recognizes and consistently applies knowledge of Loyola's 14 Magnet Forces.
Ensures that care delivered to patients, meets/exceeds standards of care and is provided according to Loyola University Medical Center's mission, strategic plans and all internal/external regulations, policies and procedures. Practices within the Illinois Department of Professional Regulation Nurse Practice Act. Supports the established care models of Loyola University Medical Center.
Required: Masters Degree
Specify Degree(s): Nursing Anesthesia
ACLS (Advanced Cardio Life Support Certified)
Current Registered Nurse License State of Illinois
NBCRNA-National Board of Cert & Recert for Nurse Anesthetists
Nurse Practitioner License State of Illinois Advanced Practice Provider License State of Illinois
CPR (Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation)
Other: Specialty certification in a clinical or functional area of nursing granted by a national
nursing organization is preferred.
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