|Somnia Anesthesia is seeking per diem CRNAs for St. Barnabas Hospital in Bronx, NY.|
The hospital is a member of the St. Barnabas Health Care Network, a community-
based system serving the Bronx and surrounding neighborhoods. The hospital’s eight state-of-the-art operating suites provide care for more than 11,000 general, urological, gynecological, vascular, pediatric,and neurosurgical patients.
St. Barnabas also has two endoscopy rooms, with case volume of 3,500 procedures a year.
Pediatric cases range from routine, such as tubes and tonsils (ENT), to complex traumas.
Cardiac surgery is not offered at the hospital. A high-risk obstetrical service manages more
than 2,500 live births each year, 60% of them with epidurals. The hospital also has state-
designated centers for stroke and AIDS care. St. Barnabas Hospital recently completed some
major renovation and construction projects, adding a spacious hospital lobby, full-service
ambulatory surgery center, operating suite, inpatient short-term hospice unit, and attractive
gateways to the garden-like campus.
• NBCRNA certification
• Active New York state license
A comprehensive benefits package is available.Enjoy
access to our national network of anesthesia support.
St. Barnabas Hospital is right around the corner from world-renowned Arthur Avenue, featuring outstanding Italian restaurants and vibrant and distinctive food markets. Yankee Stadium is nearby, as are scenic urban getaways like Pelham Bay Park, Wave Hill Park, the New York Botanical Garden, and the Bronx Zoo, one of the largest metropolitan zoos in the United States.
Manhattan is just a short subway ride away, with its unparalleled cultural opportunities including Broadway shows, famed museums, and cuisine of every imaginable variety. Get to know Manhattan by exploring on sightseeing tours, the Ellis Island tour, or even a helicopter tour. The neighboring suburbs are easily accessible, and are home to scenic recreational facilities including beaches and golf courses.
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