Great work/life balance opportunity! Community hospital and ambulatory surgery center, MD/CRNA supervision/hybrid independent practice, $260,000 FT base compensation + $20,000 annual chief stipend + additional earning opportunities, $20,000 sign on bonus, 6 weeks paid time off, CME time and $$$, variety of shifts (24/16/12/8) and practice opportunities available. full-time, part-time, per diem W2/1099 available. Can earn an additional $10-20,000 annually with call and OT.
The Chief CRNA serves as the primary resource, point person and advocates for Departmental CRNAs. Responsible for the implementation of all administrative, personnel, and clinical functions pertaining to the Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists. Sets forth and assures compliance with policies relating to CRNA Employee Handbook and the Department of Anesthesiology Policy and Procedure manual. Coordinates in-services, allocates and assigns duties to staff CRNAs. Affirmatively works with Somnia, MDA, CRNA’s to evolve the culture to one that embraces safety, respect, collaboration, and emotional maturity. Monitors the activities of all operating components to ensure the Group successfully meets its objectives.
Part of Ascension Health, one of the leading non-profit and Catholic health systems in the U.S., Ascension St. Mary's Hospital is a 268-bed full-service teaching hospital with 24/7 emergency care, a Level II Trauma Center, and a TJC-certified Comprehensive Stroke Center. Affiliated with both the Michigan State University College of Human Medicine and Central Michigan University, St. Mary’s delivers advanced surgical care for serious and life-threatening injuries and illnesses. A destination for specialty care, the hospital also provides a wide range of minimally invasive surgical procedures using robotic-assisted technology, imaging and lab tests, respiratory therapy, and dedicated rehabilitation centers, all on a single campus. Recently, Ascension launched a new justice-focused framework called ABIDE, which is built upon the hallmarks of Appreciation – Belongingness – Inclusivity – Diversity – Equity.
Found in the middle portion of Michigan’s lower peninsula, Saginaw is strategically located – a short drive from major metropolitan attractions, Canada, and pristine nature attractions. Residents welcome the fact that the overall cost of living there is below the U.S. average and fully enjoy the area’s abundant outdoor recreation and water activities, great shopping, excellent restaurants, live music venues, and museums. In addition to affordable housing, the community has award-winning schools as well as access to five colleges. The Saginaw Region has a vibrant, big-city feel with small city expenses and charm—everything a family needs to enjoy life.
Responsibilities of the CRNA
• Level 2 Trauma Center
• 268 beds
• Case Mix – General, Neuro, Cardiac, Ortho, GI, Endo
• 6 ORs + 5 out-of-OR locations (GI, Cath, IR)
• Shift Types 8s, 12’s, 16s, 24s
• Annual Cases – 9,400
Requirements of the CRNA
• Active state license
• NBCRNA Certification
• ALS/BLS Certifications
• W2 and independent contractor options available
• Annual base compensation $260,000
• $20,000 annual Chief CRNA stipend
• On-Call Compensation: An additional $20 pay while on 1st call or late shift from 7p-7a weeknights, and the 24hr call shift each weekend day.
• Commencement Bonus $20,000 for 2-year commitment
• 6 weeks paid time off | 46 weeks of service
• $3,000 CME
• Overtime: will be available on a temporary and limited basis
• Health | Dental | Vision | Life | Talk-Space | Disability
• 401(k) | Flexible spending accounts
• Medical professional liability insurance
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