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CRNA Anesthesia Full Time Days Royal Oak

Company: Henry Ford Health System
Location: Royal Oak
Posted on: February 9, 2024

Job Description:

Henry Ford Medical Center - Royal Oak

110 E 2nd Street Royal Oak, MI 48067

**Ambulatory Surgery Center**


Experienced and New Graduates!

Administers intravenous, inhalation, and regional anesthetics to render persons insensible to pain during surgical procedures, obstetrical deliveries, or other medical and dental procedures. Potentially administers anesthesia to all ages and A.S.A. classes of patients, including geriatrics and pediatrics. Provides airway management services as needed throughout the hospital.

*Minimum of 2 years experience and be willing to travel to other ambulatory sites when necessary. Also willing to do pediatric cases.


People 1. Provides leadership in the professional practice setting.

2. Supports and contributes to the professional development of peers and colleagues.

3. Delegates tasks to assistive personnel in a respectful professional manner.

4. Identify patient problem and collaborates with the Anesthesia / Surgeon / Perioperative team in the selection of appropriate interventions (tasks).

5. Interacts with members of the health care team to plan and coordinate the perioperative care.

6. Promotes a healthy work environment through promotion of professional communication standards, commitment to co-workers, and positive problem resolution.


1. Conducts appropriate pre-anesthetic assessments, and document findings. 2. In collaboration with the anesthesiologist, determines the appropriate anesthetic plan of management, manages all aspects of anesthesia care to include preoperative, perioperative, and immediate postoperative care. 3. Maintains complete and accurate documentation of care for all procedures. 4. Provides airway management and/or intubations for emergent, non-emergent, and resuscitation situations throughout the hospital. 5. Anticipates and exceeds patients and customers' expectations that meet all elements of the Henry Ford Experience. 6. Identifies services and care improvement ideas and act on them to create excellent customer experiences. 7. Demonstrates, supports, and assumes personal accountability for consistently upholding team members to the standards across the System and adhering to Henry Ford Health policies and procedures. 8. Recognizes the unique contribution all health care team members contribute to the patient experience. 9. Performs other related duties as assigned.

Quality and Safety

1. Independently uses and documents the nursing process to plan, deliver, and evaluate goal focused, individualized, safe, age specific care for all patients including those with complex pathophysiological needs and/or psychosocial needs.

2. Seeks to understand and incorporate both safe practices and evidence-based practices into daily nursing care.

3. Maintains compliance with regulatory standards regarding practice, environment, and documentation.

4. Directs and delegates nursing care based on patient acuity and staff competency that is consistent with the nurse's obligation to provide optimum patient care.

5. Participate in quality improvement/ patient safety initiatives and programs.


1. Participates in professional development and continuous learning.

2. Contributes to establishing, maintaining, and improving the work-place environment that encourages respectful interactions with colleagues, support of peers, and identification of issues that need to be addressed.

3. Maintains knowledge and skills in appropriate technology.

Research and Education

1. Provides education for staff, colleagues, patients, and/or families.

a. Precepts new staff and students as requested. b. Provides and documents individualized patient and family education.

2. Maintains and demonstrates current clinical knowledge in area of specialty.

3. Integrates research findings into practice.


1. Participate in community activities and/or professional organizations.

2. Represents Henry Ford Health by promoting an atmosphere of care, concern, pride, and respect to internal and external customers

3. Maintains awareness of personal actions and activities and the impact on the image of nursing.


1. Aware of financial implications of actions and decisions based on factors related to safety and effectiveness.

2. Supports the unit financially by using resources in a cost-effective manner.


---Graduation from an accredited school of nursing. ---Graduation from an accredited school of anesthesia. ---Master's degree required. ---Ability to work harmoniously in collaborative situations with anesthesiologists and other health care providers. CERTIFICATIONS/LICENSURES REQUIRED: Required and maintains currency of: ---Clinical Privileges ---State of Michigan RN License ---State Specialty Certification ---CRNA Certification ---ALS Certification ---BLS Certification

Must meet or exceed core customer service responsibilities, standards and behaviors as outlined in the Henry Ford Health Customer Service Policy and summarized below: ---Communication ---Ownership ---Understanding ---Motivation ---Sensitivity ---Excellence ---Teamwork ---Respect Must practice the customer skills as provided through on-going training and in-services. Must possess the following personal qualities: ---Be self-directed ---Be flexible and committed to the team concept ---Demonstrate teamwork, initiative, and willingness to learn ---Be open to new learning experiences ---Accepts and respects diversity without judgment ---Demonstrates customer service values


Frequent walking, bending, lifting may be required to perform duties. Work is generally in an operating room environment, but can be in Radiology, ICU, ER, or wherever nurse anesthesia services are required in the hospital. Working conditions are variable with exposure to communicable diseases and other hazards. Driving may be required, dependent on specialty.


Graduation from an accredited school of nursing with current licensure to practice in Michigan as a Registered Nurse. Graduation from an accredited school of anesthesia. Bachelor's Degree or 12 years CRNA experience. Minimum 6 months of clinical nursing experience in a critical care setting and/or demonstrated level of performance of practice. Successful completion of HFH Critical Care course must be completed with in 6 months of hire. Ability to work harmoniously in collaborative situations with anesthesiologists and other health care providers. CERTIFICATIONS/LICENSURES REQUIRED:

Certification to practice as a Nurse Anesthetist and maintenance of certification as required by guidelines established by the Council on Recertification and by the State of Michigan. Maintains currency of: 1) Clinical Privileges 2) RN License 3) State Specialty Certification 4) CRNA Recertification and 5) ALS Certification.

Keywords: Henry Ford Health System, Royal Oak , CRNA Anesthesia Full Time Days Royal Oak, Healthcare , Royal Oak, Michigan

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