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David Capps, CRNA, the October 2012 DAISY Award winner, originally wanted to be a veterinarian, but felt he had a calling towards a career in nursing. He shares his story about how he became a nurse and what he loves about his job.
GRMC nurse anesthetist Alexzandra Anderson walks us through the process of placing a surgery patient under anesthesia.
A Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist or CRNA, is a registered nurse that has advanced training and experience in providing anesthesia.
In this video Paul discusses the requirements for applying to a nurse anesthesia training program. This includes being a Registered Nurse, completed a Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing or other accepted field, and having at least one year of acute care training.
In this video Paul discusses what a new CRNA salary may be, the different benefits that may change the nurse anesthetists wages, and the possibility of bonuses, expense reimbursement, and tuition paybacks.
There are so many careers out there, that it's hard to know which one is right for you. Find out if Nurse Anesthetist is the career for you.