CRNA in Mason City, IA (Locum)
Mason City, IA 50401 US
Schedule: (M,W, F: 6:45am - 3:15pm and T, TH: 7:15am - 3:45pm) - CRNAs will be required to stay late when needed a few times a week.
Cerner & paper charting
The really sick peds and truly complicated trauma is almost always shipped out
There is always a physician on 2nd call to back them up if there is overlap in patient volume or if the case is a trauma they dont think they can handle
Types of cases: OB, General surgery, GI, Bariatric, Uro, Ortho, Neuro,
Cardiothoracic, some ENT (most of it is done at the local ASC), some peds. MercyOne is a Level 3 trauma center, so really complex cases are stabilized then sent to a tertiary center.
• NBCRNA - Required
• BLS & ACLS - Required
• IA License or IMLC - Required
• DEA and CSR - Required
• Clean record/license needed for quick credentialing - Required
• Must have proof of COVID-19 Vaccine - Required
• Controlled Substance (CSR/CDS)
State License Requirements
About the Facility
MercyOne North Iowa is the largest provider of health care services in the region, and they are proudly the largest employer in Cerro Gordo County. Their hospital is a private, not-for-profit health care center, licensed for 346 beds, which serves more than 400,000 inpatients and outpatients each year. In addition, MercyOne North Iowa is a teaching institution. They conduct a Family Medicine Residency, Internal Medicine Residency, Cardiology Fellowship, Hospice and Palliative Medicine Fellowship, and a School of Radiologic Technology. MercyOne North Iowa is a clinical training site for approximately 500 students from 127 different colleges enrolled in programs for medical laboratory, nursing, paramedic, rehabilitation, medical assistants, pastoral services, physicians and many other medical fields.
For more information, please visit: https://www.mercyone.org/location/mercyone-north-iowa-medical-center
Meet Your Recruiter
Jordyn Zwanziger joined Wapiti Medical in September 2022 as a Recruiter. She has a background in working with families in the Child Protection Services Division.
Jordyn is married and has 3 children and enjoys reading, cross stitching, and quilting in her spare time.