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CRNA for an Operating Room - Midland, MI (Perm)

Midland, MI 48670

Specialty: Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist Job Number: 3632

Job Description

MyMichigan Medical Center Midland is hiring a Perm Nurse Anesthetist CRNA to begin ASAP.   Credentialing timeline is approximately 6-8 weeks.

Job Description
  • This position in collaboration with a physician develops an anesthesia care plan. Provides IV sedation and/or monitored anesthesia care and/or administers general, regional or local anesthesia for a variety of surgical, obstetrical, diagnostic or therapeutic procedures.
  • Monitors patients accurately and performs Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR), ventilation or life support measures during emergencies throughout the Medical Center. 
  • Manages the patients’ physiological condition while under anesthesia and initiates corrective actions as necessary or as directed by a physician. 
  • Assists with other departmental or professional duties as requested by the Manager of Anesthesiology.
  • Essential Duties:
    - (25%) Perform pre-anesthetic evaluation and preparation
    - (25%) Prepares the OR Suite for all types of anesthesia
    - (25%) Administers, manages, and monitors anesthesia care during induction, maintenance, and emergence
    - (25%) Provide post-anesthesia care and evaluation
  • Skills (include but are not limited to):
    - Adult and pediatric venipuncture
    - Arterial line insertion
    - Medication calculation and effects
    - Sterile technique
    - Airway maintenance
    - Administration and management of regional anesthetics
  • Other Duties and Responsibilities:
    - Takes appropriate safety precautions to insure the safe administration of his/her anesthesia care.
    - Identifies opportunities for improving quality, including patient outcomes and operational efficiency within the Department.
    - Provides clinical support to other departments within the Medical Center.
    - Other duties as assigned
  • Experience, Training, and Additional Skills:
    Education:  Knowledge of anesthesia as normally acquired through completion of an accredited program of nurse anesthesia culminating in NBCRNA certification and licensure in the State of Michigan. May also be in the process of completing final course work and waiting to take State Boards.
    - Written, organization, and interpersonal skills needed to communicate successfully with individuals and groups to interact with people at all levels to communicate ideas and concepts in a clear and understandable manner.
    - Demonstrates the ability to perform basic and advanced skills required practicing anesthesia.
    - Compliance with all Medical Center policies and practices as described in the employee handbook
    - MidMichigan Health is a technology driven organization and employees need to demonstrate competency in Microsoft Windows.
    - An employee may be required to participate in further learning opportunities offered by MidMichigan Health.
  • Physical/Mental Requirements and Typical Working Conditions:
    - Exposure to stressful situations, including those involving public contact, as well as trauma, grief, and death
    - Able to wear personal protective equipment that includes latex materials or appropriate substitute if required
    - Able to move freely about facility with or without an assisted device and must be able to perform the functions of the job as outlined in the job description
    - Overall vision and hearing is necessary with or without assisted device(s)
    - Frequently required to sit/stand/walk for long periods of time - may require frequent postural changes such as stooping, kneeling, or crouching
    - Some exposure to blood borne pathogens and other potentially infectious material - must follow MidMichigan Health bloodborne pathogen and TB testing as required
    - Ability to handle multiple tasks, get along with others, work independently, regular and predictable attendance and ability to stay awake
    - Overall dexterity is required including handling, reaching, grasping, fingering, and feeling - may require repetition of these movements on a regular to frequent basis
    - Physical Demand Level:  Light - must be able to occasionally (0-33% of the workday) lift or carry 11-20 lbs., frequently (34-66% of the workday) lift or carry 10 lbs. and walk/stand/push/pull of arm/leg controls


Compensation and Benefits
  • Salary range:  $200,000-$240,000
  • Overtime and on-call rate: 1.5x
  • Generous relocation package
  • Medical and dental insurance
  • Malpractice insurance
  • Life insurance
  • Short-term and long-term disability
  • 23 days PTO + 6 paid holidays per year
  • 5 days paid CEU time at regular rate
  • Tuition reimbursement
  • Potential sign-on bonus

SUBMISSION REQUIREMENTS
  • Board Certified NBCRNA - REQUIRED (May also be in the process of completing final course work and waiting to take State Boards)
  • State of Michigan CRNA License - REQUIRED (May also be in the process of completing final course work and waiting to take State Boards)
  • At least 3 years of experience in CRNA role - PREFERRED
  • Procedure Experience:  Adult and pediatric venipuncture, Arterial line insertion, Medication calculation and effects, Sterile technique, Airway maintenance, Administration and management of regional anesthetics – State provider’s experience with these procedures at submission - REQUIRED (note experience with procedures at submission)
  • BLS, ACLS – REQUIRED
  • PALS - PREFERRED

 
CERTIFICATION REQUIREMENTS
  • ACLS
  • BLS
  • NBCRNA

STATE LICENSE REQUIREMENTS
  • Michigan

ABOUT THE FACILITY
  • About MyMichigan Medical Center Midland
  • Located on 225 acres of wooded campus in Midland, Michigan, the 324-bed Medical Center offers a broad range of primary care and specialty care services, as well as 24-hour emergency care and Level II trauma care.
  • At MyMichigan Health our areas of focus include patient experience, engagement, community, quality and safety, and sustainability. Our leadership is committed to delivering exceptional results in each of these areas.
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  • Values:
    • Excellence - We offer nothing less than the best. We adhere to the highest standards possible in clinical care and customer service. We continuously measure ourselves and constantly strive to improve.
    • Integrity - We do the right thing, each time, every time. We treat each individual with compassion and respect, demonstrating the pinnacle of professionalism and dignity. We communicate openly and honestly. We recognize the unique individuality of each person. In all that we do, we exemplify the highest ethical standards.
    • Teamwork - We provide individual commitment to a group effort. Collaboration benefits everyone - most importantly, our patients. It promotes efficiency, fosters professional and organizational growth, encourages learning, and stimulates innovation.  
    • Accountability - We accept responsibility for all we do. We are accountable for the outcomes of our efforts. We are responsible to the communities we serve, to our patients, and to one another. We recognize that as health care providers we occupy a position of trust.
  • Behavior Standards:
    • We use the following behaviors to support our values and provide a clear and simple description of exactly what is expected of every employee: Attitude is Everything, Reward and Recognition, Thoughtful Communication, Teamwork, Service Recovery, Patient Safety, Appearance Matters, Service Excellence, Privacy and Confidentiality, and Electronic Communication Manners.
  • Fast Facts:
    • Serving Midland and surrounding counties since 1944
    • 324 licensed beds in all private rooms
    • 4,000+ employees, volunteers, physicians and other personnel
    • 225 acres of wooded campus with walking trails for patients and visitors
    • Accredited by The Joint Commission
    • Operates a 3-year family medicine residency program
    • Only hospital in Michigan to offer Gamma Knife Perfexion®, considered the gold standard in brain surgery
  • Awards
    • 2019 | Top Best Hospitals in Michigan, U.S. News & World Report
    • 2019 | Governor’s Award of Excellence, Outstanding Achievement in Effective Reporting and Measurement, Michigan’s Quality Improvement Organization (MPRO)
    • 2018 | Top Best Hospitals in Michigan, U.S. News & World Report
    • 2017 | 50 Top Cardiovascular Hospitals, Truven Health Analytics
    • 2016| 100 Top Hospitals Everest® Award
    • 2016 | 100 Top Hospitals and Everest Award, Truven Health Analytics
  • MyMichigan Health News
  • Community Features
    • The Midland community provides the amenities of big city life with all the charm and security of a mid-sized community. Light traffic, a healthy economy, moderate cost of living, impressive housing stocks, strong educational systems, and easy access to big-city attractions put Midland on Movoto's 2013 list of the top 10 Cities in Michigan.
    • Our community is conveniently located in the center of Michigan, just 15 minutes away from MBS International Airport. Private and corporate jets can also be serviced at our community's general aviation airport, Jack Barstow Municipal Airport, located in Midland. Our community is part of the Great Lakes Bay Region.
    • If a nice drive is more your style, a two- to three-hour jaunt in any direction by car will fulfill most of your vacation, sightseeing, or big-City needs including spending time on the shores of Michigan’s five Great Lakes.
    • Midland has received recognition as a great place to raise a family, find and keep a job, get an excellent education, live safely, and enjoy fun nightlife, volunteering opportunities, many places of worship, a plethora of sporting and recreational opportunities, and more. 
    • In 2016, Midland was named the first community in Michigan - and just the 27th in the country - as an accredited Safe Community by the National Safety Council's Safe Communities America program. This program requires communities to identify, address, and develop a plan to continue combating sources of preventable deaths in the community. To find out how Midland is addressing these concerns, visit our Safe Communities site.
  • Area Overview
  • Midland Business Alliance
  • Great Lakes Bay Region
  • State CVB
  • GreatSchools.org – Midland, MI area

Meet Your Recruiter

Savannah Nelson-Hare
Logistics Coordinator

Savannah joined Wapiti in July 2022 and currently works as a recruiter out of our Huron office.

Savannah and her wife moved from San Diego, CA to Huron, SD in October of 2021. Although it’s been a huge change, she’s learning to love the small-town living. When she isn’t working, Savannah loves adventuring to new parts of the state. Her hobbies include playing piano, reading a great book, and spoiling her sphynx senseless.

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Credentialing Timelines

  • ACLS: Advanced Cardiac Life Support
  • ATLS: Advanced Trauma Life Support
  • BLS: Basic Life Support
  • CALS: Comprehensive Advanced Life Support
  • NRP: Neonatal Resuscitation Program
  • PALS: Pediatric Advanced Life Support