Somnia Inc.

Full-Time CRNA

Job Locations US-WA-Everett
ID
2024-2074
Category
CRNA
Type
Full-Time

Overview

Providence Regional Medical Center – Full-Time CRNA 

 

Experienced full-time CRNA required for service expansion. Minimum 2 years' experience - salary based on experience; PTO, comprehensive benefits! 

 

The Department of Anesthesia at Providence Regional Medical Center (PRMC) is seeking full-time CRNAs. The collaborative team of anesthesiologists and CRNAs is looking for healthcare professionals interested in working at a leading 615-bed hospital in Seattle known for its exceptional reputation. PRMC, a Level 2 Trauma Center, is affiliated with the largest healthcare provider in the state. Become part of the compassionate and dedicated staff that delivers high-quality care to the community, handling approximately 17,000 cases each year, including 4,000 births. 
 

 

Benefits for the CRNA 

  • Compensation: $201,600- $264,600, based on years' experience  
  • Health | Dental | Vision | Life | Disability 
  • 401(k) | Flexible spending accounts 
  • Medical professional liability insurance 
  • W2 and independent contractor options available 
  • 7 weeks PTO | CME 
  • FT CRNA stipends 
    • $10K relocation reimbursed upon submitting receipts 
    • $20K sign-on bonus  


Responsibilites of the CRNA 

  • CRNAs practice independently/autonomously in a collaborative environment 
  • 26 ORs + 2 OB| 615 beds | L2 Trauma 
  • Case mix includes general, ortho, uro, gyn, neuro, vascular, and GI 
  • Typical day when not on call runs 7 am-5 pm 
  • Multiple shift opportunities: 8s, 10s, 12s, 14s, 24s 
  • Two campuses (10 minutes apart

 

Requirements of the CRNA 

  • Active state license | DEA | State CDS 
  • Board certification required 
  • ACLS | PALS | BLS 

 

 

 

To learn more about this opportunity, please contact Tracey Hodge at (914) 365-0958 or thodge@somniainc.com

 

 

 

About Somnia Anesthesia

Since 1996, Somnia has had a singular focus on anesthesia–investing in clinician professional development so patients can get the best care possible.

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