CRNA, 36 Hours, New Haven
Company: Yale New Haven Health
Location: New Haven
Posted on: November 21, 2020
OVERVIEW To be part of our organization, every employee should
understand and share in the YNHHS Vision, support our Mission, and
live our Values. These values - integrity, patient-centered,
respect, accountability, and compassion - must guide what we do, as
individuals and professionals, every day.
Provides exceptional patient care in collaboration with
anesthesiologists, surgeons and other physicians to deliver
anesthesia for medical and surgical procedures. Cultivates a
patient centric environment which focuses on the whole individual
inclusive of physical, psychosocial, spiritual and functional needs
of the patient, family, and significant others. Serves as the focal
professional for the continuity of care in patient care within
scope of practice standards, as well as specialty specific
standards to address and resolve problems that may arise.
* 1. Clinical Care
* 1.1 The Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist (CRNA) implements
accurate, safe, patient centric anesthetic care.
* 2. Professional Skill
* 2.1 Completes a thorough anesthesia apparatus safety test,
including the anesthesia machine and all monitoring equipment which
will be used during the delivery of a given anesthetic. Documents
the anesthesia record accordingly.
* 3. Information Management
* 3.1 The CRNA ensures appropriate documentation within the
accordance of hospital and regulatory requirements and protects
information of all forms, whether computer-based, paper, film,
voice, or other media from unauthorized access modification,
destruction, or intentional or accidental disclosure.
* 4. Quality Management
* 4.1 The CRNA is expected to demonstrate a high standard of moral
and ethical behavior, professionalism, compassion, and commitment
to patient care.
* 5. Professional Development
* 5.1 The CRNA continuously engages in projects that maintain and
advance professional competency.
Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist Completion of Certified
Nurse Anesthetist Training Program Graduate of a Nurse Anesthesia
Educational Program accredited by the American Association of Nurse
Anesthetist Council on accreditation of Nurse Anesthesia Programs.
Current State of Connecticut Nursing License, Advanced Practice
Registered Nurse (APRN) licensure in the State of Connecticut.
Prefer clinical working experience as a CRNA within the given
specialty/service line recommended, but none required.
Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist AANA Certification, State of
CT RN and APRN License, ACLS
CRNA's must have sharp concentration and focus, along with the
ability to stay calm under stressful conditions. CRNAs must be able
to communicate clearly and effectively with surgeons and the
surgical support team, as well as with patients and their families.
A calm and reassuring manner is one way to inspire trust in
patients, who may be apprehensive about surgery, as well as the
surgical team. Anesthetic patient management must be immediate and
responsive. Flexibility and adaptability are required.
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