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CRNA – Anesthesia Part-Time 26 weeks/year

CRNA Opportunity:

Cary Medical Center currently has a need for one part-time, (26 weeks per year), CRNA to join 5 full-time CRNA’s staffing our five Operating Rooms.  Cary’s OR performs an average of 250 cases per month, including approximately 15 births per month. Our surgical suites have state-of-the-art anesthesia equipment, and CRNA’s are encouraged to practice as active independent members of the Anesthesia Team. Hours are typically 7:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. with minimal trauma. Our Surgery percentages generally average 50% general surgeries, including eyes and urology; 25% Orthopedics; 10% OB/GYN; and 15% other surgeries. Head/heart cases are not performed.

CRNA call responsibility is one in five, and our average call back is reasonable and manageable. Certification in BLS and ACLS, with AANA Certification and Maine Licensure are required.

Currently there are five full-time CRNA’s and two full-time Anesthesiologists on staff.  Cary’s Anesthesia department employs a Medical Supervision model which allows great flexibility and autonomy for our CRNA’s.

Cary continually strives to be the “Employer and Provider of Choice” in healthcare here in Northern Maine and beyond. Our CRNA’s are employees of the hospital and are offered a highly competitive annual salary – which is negotiable based on experience, plus an additional call pay stipend. We offer relocation assistance, forgivable educational loan assistance, and continuing education assistance. In addition, we provide the following employee benefits:

  • Heath Insurance (employee and family coverage options)
  • Medical and Dependent Care Reimbursement Accounts (FSA)
  • Pharmacy prescription coverage
  • Over-the-counter medication purchase options
  • Dental (employee and family coverage options)
  • Basic Life Insurance (employer paid coverage at 1x annual salary)
  • Dependent and Supplemental Life Insurance
  • Short-Term and Long-Term Disability Insurance
  • Retirement Plan (457b and 401a)
  • Accident and Critical Illness Insurance
  • Whole Life Insurance – VESP
  • Cyber Security Identity Guard
  • Employee discount on hospital services
  • Employee discount on community services / products

Opportunity requirements:

– BLS and ACLS Certified with AANA Certification

– Maine Licensure

– Skill requirements include General, Spinal, Obstetrical, Pediatric and Thoracic

Anesthesia except open heart; Bier Block, Ventilation Management in the OR,

(establishing and maintaining an airway; various modes of ventilation); and

arterial line.

–  Epidural and peripheral nerve block expertise.

 

What People Say About Us

Here are just a few of the many positive things our patients have to say about their the care they received at Cary Medical Center.

  1. The staff in one day surgery is absolutely amazing. I was very thankful for my team of nurses, doctors and right down to the secretary that checked me in. You all were so amazing, friendly and professional. Thank you so much!

    Desiree S.

    Desiree S.

  2. I am beyond happy with our visit at Cary! We can't thank you and your amazing staff for keeping our little boy your #1 concern. You did such an amazing job! Thank you Cary Medical Center!

    Whittni N.

    Whittni N.

  3. This hospital was exactly what a hospital should be. The took such good care of my grandmother and the display of humanity and compassion was genuine. I am forever grateful.

    Joshua S.

    Joshua S.

  4. I had my son at Cary and I couldn’t imagine being treated better anywhere. The staff were attentive, empathetic, and went above and beyond for my comfort. I wouldn’t want to give birth anywhere else.

    Emily O.

    Emily O.

  5. A big shout-out to the doctors, nurses, and staff at Cary Medical Center’s ER, Imaging, Lab, Food Service, and ACU Departments. I can’t thank you enough for the wonderful care from each of you.

    Stephanie P.

    Stephanie P.

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