1099 Independent contractor CRNA need at Largest Army Hospital in San Antonio, TX - 23224833
AIMS is a prime contract holder to manage CRNA program of 24 CRNAs at the DOD's largest medical center- Brooke Army Medical Center in San Antonio, TX, consisting of a 429 bed tertiary care center and a Level 1 Trauma Center.
AIMS is seeking qualified CRNA to join our team who is compassionate to serve our national heroes and their families.
PAY AND BENEFITS:
- Competitive and transparent compensation structure with bonus $$
- Flexibility to choose between "W2 and 1099" independent contractor
- No Non-Compete clause
- No CALLS
- Full time preferred but can also consider part time and PRN
- Any State license accepted
- Generous contributions towards medical, dental, and vision coverage
- 401k retirement
- 11 paid federal holidays
- >130 hours PTO including 56 hours of sick time, and 80 hours of vacation.
- Various days/shifts to include eight (8), ten (10), twelve (12) hour shifts as needed,
- Department of Anesthesia work with you on scheduling flexibility
- Very minimal weekend coverage
- Administers anesthesia independently for all types of physical status classifications of surgical cases, to include anesthesia for emergency and trauma patients ranging from newborn to geriatric at San Antonio DoD Military Treatment Facilities, primarily at San Antonio Military Medical Center, Joint Base San Antonio, Fort Sam Houston, Texas.
- The majority (greater than 80%) of Anesthesia services shall be performed in the area of emergent and non-emergent surgical anesthesia.
- A minority of anesthesia service (less than 20%) may be performed on functions that directly support anesthesia patient care.
- The CRNA shall monitor anesthesia care, and manage patient anesthesia experience, perform preoperative evaluations and preparations, administer spinal, epidural, local bier block, peripheral regional nerve blocks and general anesthetics, monitor patient reactions to anesthesia and surgery, manage fluid therapy, and perform post-operative evaluations.
- Functions as an independent anesthesia provider, and is responsible for planning and executing anesthesia plans, responding to adverse reactions and emergencies, and collaborating with Anesthesiologists, or other specialists as necessary
- Shall have and maintain current certification in BCLS and ACLS.
- Shall maintain a current license to practice CRNA in at least one state in the United States.
- Be a graduate of an approved anesthesia program accredited by the Council on Accreditation of Nurse Anesthetist Education Program Schools or its predecessors.
- Must have experience in all types of anesthesia utilized in the performance of surgical anesthesia to include but not limited to general endotracheal, subarachnoid and epidural blocks.
- Experience in the placement of central venous catheters, arterial lines, and regional anesthetic techniques is preferred at the discretion of the Dept of Anesthesia.
- Must have current experience in the past year (three months or more in the last 12 months) providing epidural anesthesia.
- Must have experience with providing anesthesia care to complex high acuity patients with critical illnesses and traumatic injuries.
- High-risk obstetrical anesthesia experience is preferred.
- Each HCP shall have proof of U.S. citizenship (certified copy of birth certificate or naturalization papers.
HEALTH AND IMMUNIZATION REQUIREMENTS.
- All contract Healthcare Providers (HCPs) performing direct healthcare services under this contract shall receive a general physical examination prior to commencement of services