NURSE ANESTHETIST (66F) - United States Army Reserves - 22164400
NURSE ANESTHETIST (66F) - United State Army Reserves
An integral component of the [link removed], the Army Nurse Corps continues to distinguish itself from the traditional nursing field. As a Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist and Officer on the [link removed], you’ll provide specialized care to patients requiring general anesthesia, respiratory care, cardiopulmonary resuscitation and fluid therapy. You’ll work as part of a multidisciplinary team, surrounded by dedicated professionals who share your values!
Enjoy and take advantage of the opportunity to serve your nation in your already-licensed profession part-time, all while continuing to work at your established job with minimal interference. The [link removed], leader, and mentor to other servicemen and women, retirees, families and more.
You will serve with a Reserve unit for a minimum of two days each month and participate in annual training for at least two weeks each year. During this time, your duties may include attending professional seminars and military or nursing education courses provided by the [link removed], you’ll have the opportunity to work in a wide range of health care environments, whether it be in a modern hospital, working with skilled professionals in a variety of clinical situations or supervising paraprofessionals in a field medical unit.
- Scope of practice encompasses all areas where anesthesia is administered to include: inpatient operating rooms, Ambulatory Surgery Center, delivery rooms, post-anesthesia recovery rooms, critical care units and emergency departments
- Develop an anesthetic plan based on a preanesthetic evaluation
- Perform or supervise the performance of the anesthetic experience in collaboration with an anesthesiologist and/or appropriate physician throughout the preoperative, intraoperative and postoperative phases of anesthesia and surgery
- Administer analgesia and anesthesia for the labor and delivery process
- Active involvement in acute postoperative pain management of the surgical patient utilizing various techniques and pharmacological agents
- Document the anesthetic process to include physiological and psychological reactions to anesthesia and surgery
- Provide consultation and service for cardiopulmonary resuscitation and airway management
- Conduct medical research on diseases of military importance, and conduct, supervise, and participate in graduate medical education and training of other medical personnel needed to sustain a robust medical system
Unique duty positions include: Clinical Staff Nurse; Instructor; Phase II Director; Program Director or Deputy Program Director; Assistant Chief or Chief, Anesthesia Nursing Section.
- Healthcare Professionals Loan Repayment Program
- Networking opportunities
- Noncontributory retirement benefits at age 60 with 20 years of qualifying service
- Low-cost life and dental insurance
- Travel opportunities, including humanitarian missions
- Veterans Affairs home loan support and opportunities
Both Active and Reserve duty officers enjoy commissary and post exchange shopping privileges; a flexible, portable retirement savings and investment plan similar to a 401(k); may receive pay for continuing education; and specialized training to become a leader in their field.
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- Master’s degree in nursing anesthesia, from an accredited program
- Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist
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- Between 21 and 48 years of age (may request a waiver)
- Meet all moral and physical requirements to become a Reserve Officer
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