CRNA needed in Arkansas

Location: Arkansas
Duration: Full Time
Job ID: 22308633
Category: CRNA Jobs | Nurse Anesthetist Jobs
Company: Provide Locum Tenens
Contact: Fletcher Lea
Job Posted: 11/23/20

CRNA needed in Arkansas - 22308633

I am currently working with a Hospital in Harrison, AR in need of a CRNA to work Locum Tenens. Great pay with full travel, lodging, and malpractice insurance covered.

 

Below are the details. If you are interested, please forward me a copy of your CV for my review and let’s set a time to talk.

 

Locums CRNA Opening! 

Coverage dates: 7/12020-10/1/2020 - Harrison, AR

 

Details:

Schedule: 4/10 hour shifts; Start time is 6:30am

3 years’ experience

Call: 1 weekend call every 6 weeks and 1 night a week; 6 out of 7 weeks (avg. 2 call backs per rotation, but does vary)

Supervised setting

No hearts and heads; OB, Ortho, and general - Bread and Butter

2 MDAs/4 CRNAs on per shift 

Credentialing time frame - 30 days

  

Overview

Under general supervision, administer anesthetics to patients undergoing surgical and obstetrical procedures

 

 

 

 


Responsibilities

**PREANESTHETIC REVIEW AND PREPARATION

 

Actively seeks and accepts input and consultation from supervising physician regarding:

Patient’s history

Physical condition

Allergies

Appropriately interprets laboratory and diagnostic tests

Other pertinent clinical information

Reviews preoperative evaluation performed by staff physician.

Meets with patient and/or patient’s family preoperatively.

 

**INTRAOPERATIVE CARE

 

Obtains, prepares, and utilizes:

All equipment

Monitors

Supplies and drugs

Special equipment (airway cart, arterial lines, other unusual equipment) 

Selects, appropriately administers, and documents:

Anesthetic drugs

Blood and products

Fluids (crystalloids and colloids)

Accurately documents all significant anesthesia events and the seven key elements for coding and billing purposes.

Performs, manages, and documents anesthetic techniques:

Airway management

Monitoring modalities

Early recognition and treatment of unusual patient responses

 

Requests consultation and guidance from anesthesiologist when indicated during the intraoperative period and uses good judgment in working within the team model.

 

Effectively manages patient response during induction and emergence from anesthesia, responds rapidly and treats appropriately any complication that may occur during this time.  Delivers supportive treatment to ensure patient stability during transfer to PACU and gives accurate and detailed report to the PACU nurses.

 

**ABILITY TO MANAGE DIFFERENT MODES OF ANESTHIA

 

Overall ability to manage a wide range of clinical scenarios in general anesthetic settings appropriately and knowledgeably

Overall ability to manage a wide range of clinical scenarios in a regional anesthetic setting

Ability to perform ancillary procedures:

IV catheter placement

Double lumen tube management and placement

Arterial line management and placement

IV administration of vasoactive medications

Resuscitation techniques (ACLS, unstable patients, etc.)

 

**PARTICIPATES IN THE CONTINOUS IMPROVEMENT OF CLNICAL, ADMINISTRATIVE AND QUALITY OUTCOMES

 

Participates in effective problem solving and follows proper channels in instituting solutions.  Is willing and eager to support quality improvement issue, leadership issues within the OR and teamwork with all applicable relationships (RR, PACU, OR staff, Surgeons, others)

Is effective and willing to participate in the training and education of students

 

Qualifications

Education: 

Graduate from an accredited school of nursing and from a school of anesthesia accredited by the Council of Accreditation of Schools of Anesthesia

Must have a copy of a diploma or official transcript of the highest level of education

 

Degrees, Licensures and/or Certifications: 

Has current Arkansas Advanced Nurse Practitioner’s license

Has current ACLS certification

Has current PALS certification

Has current BLS certificatio