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Job Locations US-CA-Sacramento
Methodist Hospital of Sacramento is a proud member of Dignity Health, California’s largest hospital provider and the fifth largest health system in the country. This 158-bed community hospital is in the southern part of Sacramento. Among the many services it offers are neurological care, orthopedics, cancer care, heart and vascular care, women’s health and a family birth center, and an emergency department. Methodist Hospital’s surgical and obstetrical departments combined handle nearly 6,400 cases. As with all hospitals in the Dignity Health System, the staff here put their dedication to delivering high quality, compassionate care and access to Sacramento and nearby communities into practice every day as they provide care to all with human kindness. California’s capital city, Sacramento is well maintained and known for its cleanliness. Residents enjoy a high quality of life, with access to affordable homes, amazing food, abundant wineries, and breweries, all in a laid-back atmosphere and location that is surrounded by picturesque mountains.   Job Summary - Methodist | Sacramento, CA | (https://www.dignityhealth.org/sacramento) - 1099- $170/hour | W2- $353,600 - 4 ORs | 2 ASC |1 OB | L2 Trauma - 6,351 cases per year - Ortho, general, uro, GYN, ENT, plastics, GI, vascular Benefits - Health | Dental | Vision | Life | Talk-Space | Disability - 401k | Flexible Spending Accounts - Medical professional liability insurance   Requirements - Active state license - Board certified   About Somnia Anesthesia Since 1996, Somnia (www.somniainc.com) has had a singular focus on anesthesia–investing in clinician professional development so patients can get the best care possible. We welcome and encourage applicants of all races, colors, genders, religions, sexual orientations, national origins, and disabilities, as well those who have served.
Category
CRNA
ID
2022-1751
Job Locations US-CA-Sacramento
Methodist Hospital of Sacramento is a proud member of Dignity Health, California’s largest hospital provider and the fifth-largest health system in the country. This 158-bed community hospital is in the southern part of Sacramento. Among the many services it offers are neurological care, orthopedics, cancer care, heart and vascular care, women’s health and a family birth center, and an emergency department. Methodist Hospital’s surgical and obstetrical departments combined handle nearly 6,400 cases. As with all hospitals in the Dignity Health System, the staff here put their dedication to delivering high-quality, compassionate care and access to Sacramento and nearby communities into practice every day as they provide care to all with human kindness. California’s capital city, Sacramento is well maintained and known for its cleanliness. Residents enjoy a high quality of life, with access to affordable homes, amazing food, abundant wineries, and breweries, all in a laid-back atmosphere and location surrounded by picturesque mountains.   Job Summary - Methodist | Sacramento, CA | (https://www.dignityhealth.org/sacramento) - 24-hour OB shifts - $3,300 per shift - OB case volume 1,086 approximately 3-4 cases daily on average Benefits - Health | Dental | Vision | Life | Talk-Space | Disability - 401k | Flexible Spending Accounts - Medical Professional Liability Insurance Requirements - Active state license   About Somnia Anesthesia Since 1996, Somnia (www.somniainc.com) has had a singular focus on anesthesia– investing in clinician professional development so patients can get the best care possible. We welcome and encourage applicants of all races, colors, genders, religions, sexual orientations, national origins, disabilities, as well those who have served.
Category
CRNA
ID
2022-1749
Job Locations US
Position Summary The Clinical Operations Diplomat, CRNA will work in conjunction with the following team members:  Chief Operations Officer, Chief Medical Officer, VP Clinical Operations, Regional Medical Directors, Regional Practice Administrator, Director of Quality, and local leadership (Facility Medical Director and/or Chief CRNA, On-site Administrator) to provide facility management and clinical services for Somnia, Inc. and affiliates anesthesia facility contracts. Purpose Responsible for the delivery of clinical services to assigned contracts as well as leadership and technical clinical training services.  Position Description Under direction of the COO, the Clinical Operations Diplomat assumes leadership and clinical responsibility for the CRNA care team operations at accounts throughout our national client base. Serves as onsite clinical member participating in call, enhanced clinical training and daily clinical operations. The Clinical Operations Diplomat’s will be involved in scheduling, daily staffing, and flexing staffing to match OR volume. Assisting with care team development, recruitment and supporting the Clinical Operations team goals and objectives. This position collaborates with, and evaluates all assigned shift Associates according to hospital, anesthesia and unit philosophy and objectives. Utilizes and acquires knowledge of current and best practices in the specified clinical and management areas of anesthesia practice. This position is essential as it also provides ongoing clinical support to facilities that are starting up or in need of clinical staff or leadership.  Responsibilities/Tasks - Provide clinical anesthesia in facilities requiring additional staff to meet contracted points-of-service. It is expected this position will provide clinical services on average of five (5) days per week. Scheduling will be based on the needs of the facilities.  - Cross-credential at facilities across regions, where deemed necessary by senior clinical leadership, to provide clinical anesthesia coverage as part of Somnia’ s growth strategy and contract maintenance process. - Ensure a “systems” approach for the clinical care environment - Pre-op anesthesia patient information, acquisition, and evaluation - Postoperative care - Anesthesia discharge standards and instructions - Manage incidents or complications - Communicate with on-call Anesthesia clinicians - Support local and national leadership with managing internal CRNA-related issues - Provide direct anesthesia services to Center patients as assigned throughout national client base - Travel to sites in need of critical staffing - Willing and able to holds multiple state licenses and credential at facilities as needed - Works with sites to develop an equitable anesthesia coverage/late call schedule - Serve as a mentor to all staff for clinical technical training, as needed.  - Provides action plans for underperforming sites.  - Partner with recruitment to build the Somnia brand and foster referral program. - Conduct clinical evaluations for prospective candidates within 48 hours when requested   - Provide anesthesia services at other sites as needed and assigned throughout national network. - Serves as interface between anesthesia department and Corporate.   - Participate in business development initiatives. - Keep abreast of market trends and provide intel to necessary departments. - Partner with HR, Clinical Affairs and Recruitment to develop a national new hire “buddy plan” for all clinicians joining the Somnia network. This plan will enable these Diplomates to partner with new hires for mentorship, development and training on an as needed basis.  Qualifications/Education Requirements - Holds current state licensure as a registered nurse in the state(s) of practice and comply with the applicable state statutory or regulatory requirements of the State Board of Nurse Examiners.   - Graduate of a nurse anesthesia educational program accredited by the Council on Accreditation of Nurse Anesthesia Educational Programs or its predecessor. - Holds active license as an Advanced Practice Nurse Anesthetist (if applicable) in the                            state of practice - Insurable by an appropriate medical malpractice insurer for the limits required by the                           group, institution, or state. - Complies with one of the following requirements regarding certification eligibility, initial               certification, or recertification: - Is currently certified by the Council of Certification of Nurse Anesthetist or its predecessor. - Is currently recertified by the Council of Certification of Nurse Anesthetist or its predecessor.   Knowledge/Aptitude - Demonstrates current competency in those clinical responsibilities for which the candidate applies. - Experience in management, along with effective leadership abilities, as determined and at the sole discretion of the Chief Operating Officer. - Mentally and physically able to provide safe anesthetic care. - Knowledge of anesthesia principles, techniques and procedures for patient care and the ability to apply that knowledge to the clinical care of the patient.             - Adhere to the American Association of Nurse Anesthetist Standards of Practice. - Maintain a practice current with CDC, OSHA, JCAHO, and HIPPA standards in regards patient care and as directed at each assigned medical facility. - Advanced knowledge of physiology, pathophysiology, and pharmacology and the ability to apply this knowledge on a case-to-case basis.  - Professionalism and communication skills and the willingness to work as a team. - Possess the ability to multi-task, delegate projects when appropriate and ensure deadlines/timelines are met.  - Compassion in dealing with others. - Work Ethic: considerate of others when coordinating time off, work arrival and departure. - Ability to assess and prioritize multiple tasks, projects and demands.     Physical Requirements   The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently required to sit, talk and hear, walk; use hands and fingers to feel, handle, or operate objects, tools, or controls; and reach with hands and arms.  In addition, the employee must stand for extended periods of time and adapt to unpredictable work hours. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 40 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision and the ability to adjust focus. The employee must be able to perform fine manipulation, simple grasping, firm grasping and have a steady hand to intubate patients and perform medical non-surgical procedures, such as IV insertion, intubation, induction of anesthesia, emergence of general anesthesia, placement of arterial and central venous access lines, administer anesthetics and various types of anesthetic blocks, maintain fluid and electrolyte balance, administer epidurals and secure airways in routine and emergency situations. Mental Requirements The mental demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job; work and deadlines may impose pressure on a routine and frequent basis, substantive contacts with people in stressful situations, delicacy, ability to appropriately delegate and unpredictability of contacts routinely may create significant/constant stress.    Performance Evaluation This job description will be used as the basis for the Clinical Operations Diplomate Performance Evaluation in the practice setting.  The appraisal system will be used to reward the CRNAs that excel in the practice and administrative setting and to offer comments to help improve deficient areas of practice or capabilities of the individual.  Employees that consistently fail to improve in deficient areas after a given period will be counseled, possibly suspended, or even terminated if unable to perform the duties of the job description.      Other Duties Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job.  This job description is not an employment agreement or contract. Management has the exclusive right to alter this job description at any time with or without notice.    Adherence to Company Policies and Rules All employees are expected to adhere to company’s policies and procedures, and Code of Conduct and Ethics policy.  All employees are expected to provide services in a manner consistent with the established and accepted standards of the profession and with the laws and regulations that govern its practice and endorsed by the assigned facilities.   Diversity Employees are required to sensitive to cultural values, beliefs, and diversity, accepting that the opinions and values of others are as valid as my own. Employees will exemplify and exercise integrity, honesty, and due diligence while carrying out obligations to patients, co-workers, and customers.    AAP/EEO Statement Somnia, Inc.and its affiliates are Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer.  All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, gender identity, sexual orientation, protected veteran status or other protected classifications as deemed by law. 
Category
CRNA
ID
2022-1742
Job Locations US-NY-East Meadow
NuHealth System, Nassau University Medical Center (NUMC) is the region’s premier Level 1 trauma center and a well-regarded teaching hospital. NUMC’s highly qualified faculty, comprehensively equipped facilities, and strong graduate medical education programs, combined with the challenge of serving a broad patient population in a fast-paced environment, provide an extraordinary learning experience for the next generation of medical professionals. On-site partnerships with some of the region’s top specialists have expanded the hospital’s ability to bring specialized medicine to patients. The hospital is well on its way to achieving the goal of becoming a national model of what a state-of-the-art public hospital and community healthcaresystem should be and realizing its vision of setting standards in teaching and research. NUMC’s desirable location in Nassau County checks every box for those who want to be close to New York City without living the “city life.” Creating that just-right work-life balance is easy when you have great suburban neighborhoods, excellent public schools, rich history, an easy commute to Manhattan, and some of the greatest beaches, parks, and ski facilities all within driving distance–not to mention, world-class domestic and international airports are minutes away.   Job Summary - Nassau University Medical Center | East Meadow, NY | (https://www.numc.edu/) - Compensation: $291K/year - 10 ORs | 533 beds | L1 Trauma| - 80-hour workweek | 3 pm to 7 am - 26 weeks of service - 2 ORs for trauma and 1 OB - Care Team Model - 8,200 cases per year - 1,300 trauma cases > 75% surgical - 1,350 ortho cases - 100 neurological cases - 1,200 OB deliveries - General, bread and butter | No hearts, no sick/young peds   Benefits - Health | Dental | Vision | Life | Talk-Space | Disability - 401k | Flexible Spending Accounts - Medical Professional Liability Insurance - Paid Time Off | CME   Requirements - Active state license - NBCRNA certified - ACLS | PALS   About Somnia Anesthesia Since 1996, Somnia (www.somniainc.com) has had a singular focus on anesthesia–investing in clinician professional development so patients can get the best care possible. We welcome and encourage applicants of all races, colors, genders, religions, sexual orientations, national origins, and disabilities, as well those who have served.  
Category
CRNA
ID
2022-1735
Job Locations US-NY-East Meadow
NuHealth System, Nassau University Medical Center (NUMC) is the region’s premier Level 1 trauma center and a well-regarded teaching hospital. NUMC’s highly qualified faculty, comprehensively equipped facilities, and strong graduate medical education programs, combined with the challenge of serving a broad patient population in a fast-paced environment, provide an extraordinary learning experience for the next generation of medical professionals. On-site partnerships with some of the region’s top specialists have expanded the hospital’s ability to bring specialized medicine to patients. The hospital is well on its way to achieving the goal of becoming a national model of what a state-of-the-art public hospital and community health care system should be and realizing its vision of setting standards in teaching and research. NUMC’s desirable location in Nassau County checks every box for those who want to be close to New York City without living the “city life.” Creating that just-right work-life balance is easy when you have great suburban neighborhoods, excellent public schools, rich history, an easy commute to Manhattan, and some of the greatest beaches, parks, and ski facilities all within driving distance– not to mention, world-class domestic and international airports are minutes away.   Job Summary - Nassau University Medical Center | East Meadow, NY | (https://www.numc.edu/) - 10 ORs | 533 beds | L1 Trauma  - 2 ORs for trauma + 1 OB - Various shifts available - Creative scheduling  - 8,200 cases per year - 1,300 trauma cases > 75% surgical - 1,350 ortho cases - 100 neurological cases - 1,200 OB deliveries - General, bread and butter | No hearts, no sick/young peds   Benefits - Medical professional liability insurance   Requirements - Active state license - NBCRNA certified - ACLS | PALS   About Somnia Anesthesia Since 1996, Somnia (www.somniainc.com) has had a singular focus on anesthesia–investing in clinician professional development so patients can get the best care possible. We welcome and encourage applicants of all races, colors, genders, religions, sexual orientations, national origins, and disabilities, as well those who have served.  
Category
CRNA
ID
2022-1734
Job Locations US-PA-Lehighton
2 ORs, Monday through Thursday, no call, no OB, no nights, weekends, or holidays! Approximately 1,000 cases projected for Year 1; approximately 4 cases daily, mostly outpatient orthopedics, general, urology and GI/endo   This brand-new, ultramodern facility brings to Mahoning Township and surrounding communities the same state-of-the-art, world-class care patients have come to expect. LVCH is part of the Lehigh Valley Health Network (LVHN), which was listed on U.S. News & World Report’s best hospital list. It will offer patients a range of primary and specialty care services including rehabilitation, internal medicine, obstetrics, and gynecology, access to Lehigh Valley Heart and Vascular Institute cardiology and cardiac diagnostics and a joint and spine center for orthopedics. Only 100 miles from Philadelphia, the area has a rural feel and offers residents top-rated schools, an attractive cost of living, and plenty to do–from golfing and hiking in state parks to visiting local wineries, distilleries, art galleries, and historic sites. The Lehigh Valley Metropolitan Area is home to renowned institutions of higher learning, such as Lehigh University. Join the amazing healthcare team at Carbon and be LVHN proud!   Job Summary - https://www.lvhn.org/locations/lehigh-valley-hospital-carbon - 2 ORs| GI - 4-day work week | Monday – Thursday | 8s - 1,000 cases | Ortho, general, uro, vascular, ENT, GI About Somnia Anesthesia Since 1996, Somnia (www.somniainc.com) has had a singular focus on anesthesia–investing in clinician professional development so patients can get the best care possible. We welcome and encourage applicants of all races, colors, genders, religions, sexual orientations, national origins, and disabilities, as well those who have served.
Category
CRNA
ID
2022-1731
Job Locations US-PA-Lehighton
New community hospital; work-life balance – 4-day work-week! 2 ORs, Monday through Thursday, no call, no OB, no nights, weekends, or holidays! Approximately 1,000 cases projected for Year 1; approximately 4 cases daily, mostly outpatient orthopedics, general, urology and GI/endo   This brand-new, ultramodern facility brings to Mahoning Township and surrounding communities the same state-of-the-art, world-class care patients have come to expect. LVCH is part of the Lehigh Valley Health Network (LVHN), which was listed on U.S. News & World Report’s best hospital list. It will offer patients a range of primary and specialty care services including rehabilitation, internal medicine, obstetrics, and gynecology, access to Lehigh Valley Heart and Vascular Institute cardiology and cardiac diagnostics, and a joint and spine center for orthopedics. Only 100 miles from Philadelphia, the area has a rural feel and offers residents top-rated schools, an attractive cost of living, and plenty to do-from golfing and hiking in state parks to visiting local wineries, distilleries, art galleries, and historic sites. The Lehigh Valley Metropolitan Area is home to renowned institutions of higher learning, such as Lehigh University. Join the amazing healthcare team at Carbon and be LVHN proud!   Job Summary - https://www.lvhn.org/locations/lehigh-valley-hospital-carbon - 2 ORs| GI - 4-day work week | Monday – Thursday | 8s - 1,000 cases | ortho, general, uro, vascular, ENT, GI     About Somnia Anesthesia Since 1996, Somnia (www.somniainc.com) has had a singular focus on anesthesia–investing in clinician professional development so patients can get the best care possible. We welcome and encourage applicants of all races, colors, genders, religions, sexual orientations, national origins, and disabilities, as well those who have served.
Category
CRNA
ID
2022-1730
Job Locations US-CA-Stockton
Seeking FT/PT CRNAs to join our practice at St. Joseph's Medical Center. We are looking for motivated CRNAs desiring to practice independently with a supportive group of CRNAs and MDs. Our group serves the patients of St. Joseph's Medical Center, St. Joseph's Surgery Center, and Ambulatory Surgery Center of Stockton (pending). This is a unique practice where CRNAs and MDs work independently in an academic environment with an anesthesiology residency program. Experience is preferred, but motivated new graduates have been very successful in our practice and will be considered.  Stockton is conveniently located 40 minutes from Sacramento, 90 minutes from San Francisco and Napa, and 2 hours from recreation in the Sierras.   Responsibilities - Joseph Medical Center – Stockton, CA (https://www.dignityhealth.org/central-california/locations/stjosephs-stockton) - 8-room main OR, cath lab, endo | 357 Beds  - 12,500 cases | General, colorectal, ortho, spine, thoracic, cardiac, vascular, cath lab, IR, endo, OB/GYN, ENT, podiatry, plastics, some peds | OB 2,500 cases - Opportunity for call but not required (24 hours in-house, 24 hours OB, second call from home) - CRNAs practice to their full scope of practice and perform regional anesthesia, arterial lines, and central lines - Mix of 8, 10, 12, and call shifts available, with scheduling flexibility to match your lifestyle. - Post-call day off after first call - Collaborative MD/CRNA model   ASC - 2-OR orthopedic surgery center with regional anesthesia opportunities. - 5-OR ASC (general, GYN, urology, pain procedures, healthy peds dental and ENT, endo)      Benefits - Health | Dental | Vision | Life | Talk-Space | Disability - 401(k) | Flexible spending accounts - Medical professional liability insurance - 7 weeks paid time Off | CMEallowance $3,000/year   About Somnia Anesthesia Since 1996, Somnia (www.somniainc.com) has had a singular focus on anesthesia–investing in clinician professional development so patients can get the best care possible. We welcome and encourage applicants of all races, colors, genders, religions, sexual orientations, national origins and disabilities, as well those who have served.
Category
CRNA
ID
2022-1720
Job Locations US-NY-Harrison
Position Summary The Vice President of Clinical Operations will work in conjunction with the following team members: Chief Operations Officer, Chief Medical Officer, VP of Clinical Operations, Regional Medical Directors, Regional Practice Administrator, Director of Quality, and local leadership (Facility Medical Director and/or Chief CRNA, on-site Administrator) to provide facility management and clinical services for Somnia Inc. and affiliates anesthesia facility contracts.   Purpose:  Responsible for the delivery of overall management of profit and loss to assigned contracts as well as clinical services.    Scope: Serves as Vice President of Clinical Operations reporting to the Chief Operating Officer (COO).    Responsibilities: - Clinical Responsibilities - Provide clinical anesthesia in facilities requiring additional staff to meet contracted points-of-service. It is expected this position will provide clinical services on average of three (3) days per week. - Cross-credential at facilities across regions, where deemed necessary by senior clinical leadership, to provide clinical anesthesia coverage as part of Somnia’s growth strategy and contract maintenance process.   - Leadership Responsibilities - Clinical operations leadership - Accountable for clinical operational leadership in new facilities in conjunction with Somnia’s growth strategy, including development of an anesthesia improvement plan (AIP) and collaboration with senior clinical leadership on AIP implementation. - Work with corporate management team, hospital administration, Medical, and CRNA directors to build comprehensive site management structures. - When requested, perform clinical evaluation of new hire candidates within 48 hours of request with completed write-up of the evaluation to the respective recruiter. - Meet with facility C-suite at least on a quarterly basis and presents quarterly site visit report (site visit report template attached – Exhibit I). - Ensure ongoing training of facility-level leaders: workday, compliance training, payroll process, scheduling, and additional leadership training as deemed necessary. - Work in conjunction with the Chief Clinical Officers (CCO) to identify additional leadership training needs for existing and incoming clinical leaders. CCO includes, but is not limited to, Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Chief Medical Officer (CMO), Chief Operating Officer (COO), Regional Medical Directors (RMD), VP of Clinical Operations, Medical Directors, and Chief CRNAs. - Work with COO to develop standardized programs related to facility-specific clinical informatics, centralized databases, electronic scheduling, etc. - Support evidence-based leadership concepts through leader rounding and feedback. - Work with Compliance Department to ensure providers are educated on regulatory and documentation requirements. - Work with Site Medical Directors, Regional Medical Directors, Chief CRNAs, or on-site Administrators to ensure facility Departmental Policy & Procedure manuals are up to date and staff are inserviced annually. - In collaboration with the Director of Quality: - Ensure clinical quality program compliance and clinicians are successful with P4P key metrics. - Ensure facility P4P key metrics are audited and submitted in a timely manner to facility for payment according to facility contract. - In collaboration with the Joint Commission corporate representative, ensure the development of Joint Commission updates, facility assessments, and educational inservices. - Review operational analytic reports, evaluate coverage models, and ensure site is meeting expectations. Proactively review processes for value-add services, more efficiencies, and improved overall performance of sites.  - Report comprehensive reviews on facility reviews for accountable facilities outlining coverage models, utilization efficiencies, compensation models, financial performance to pro forma, billing performance, areas of concern, facility project reporting, etc. - Work closely with VP of Revenue Cycle Management on billing performance reporting and development of action plans for improvement, when applicable. - Work with Service Line Directors to enhance service offerings. - Ensure that policy and procedures, forms, and processes are compliant, reviewed at least every two years, and staff understand expectations. - Attend regional/corporate meetings/conference calls as deemed necessary by senior executive leadership. - Work with the CCO team to identify and develop action plans for annual goals/objectives for Somnia Clinical Services.   - New contract/facility leadership - Collaborate with Business Development Team with new facility contracts, utilizing any/all processes required for new facility start-up. - Participate in weekly calls/meetings with Clinical and Business Operations, as indicated. - Work alongside CCO/regional-level clinical leadership in new contract implementations to assist with clinical needs, culture training, and chief/team development.   - Existing facility management - In accordance with COO direction, assume clinical leadership role in unstable contracts with the goals of stabilization of contract and anesthesia team improvement. - Review quality outcome data monthly and collaborates with site leadership and Director of Quality for performance improvement project implementation. - Develop and implement the anesthesia improvement plan (AIP), coordinating with C-suite hospital leadership, director-level hospital leadership, and Somnia leadership. - Provide clinical and leadership management throughout the duration of the AIP, with frequent, cadenced communication with key stakeholders responsible for overall contact performance. - Facilitate completion of Phase I and Phase II of AIP with full transition back to CCO-level leadership. - Conduct on-site visits at least on a quarterly basis. - Complete quarterly site visit reports and submit them to the COO by the 15thday of the following month when quarter ends (submission due dates: April 15, July 15, Oct. 15, Jan. 15).   - Budgetary Responsibilities - Possess knowledge of facility budgets and contracted POS for new facilities, unstable facilities requiring intervention, and assigned accounts. - Collaborate with Somnia operational and clinical leadership in budgetary management: - Ensure Regional, Chief CRNA, and on-site Administrators are equipped/trained in schedule development to cover contracted points-of-service within budget parameters. - Partner with on-site Administrator, Medical Director, and Chief CRNA in reviewing MD/CRNA overtime/additional compensation against points-of-service and variance requests. - Collaborate with credentialing and revenue department to ensure compliance with provider enrollment requirements, billing compliance, and information request management.   Bonus Compensation The Somnia C-suite reviews the potential availability of leadership bonuses during the annual budgetary review process based on past performance and future projections. Based upon this information and the C-suite identified annual goals, the bonus structure goals/allocations are established. Typically, the bonus structure allocation sets benchmarks for overall corporate financial performance in conjunction with clinical operations and job performance benchmarks. Bonus compensation is paid out annually (pending financial approval by the C-suite) upon completion of a performance review by the COO. Input from the CEO, CMO, and Operations team will be elicited as deemed necessary by the COO.     Qualifications/Education Requirements - Holds current state licensure as a registered nurse in the state(s) of practice and complies with the applicable state statutory or regulatory requirements of the State Board of Nurse Examiners. - Graduate of a nurse anesthesia educational program accredited by the Council on Accreditation of Nurse Anesthesia Educational Programs or its predecessor. - Holds active license as an Advanced Practice Nurse Anesthetist (if applicable) in the state of practice. - Insurable by an appropriate medical malpractice insurer for the limits required by the group, institution, or state. - Complies with one of the following requirements regarding certification eligibility, initial certification, or recertification: - Is currently certified by the Council on Certification of Nurse Anesthetists or its predecessor. - Is currently recertified by the Council on Certification of Nurse Anesthetists or its predecessor.   Knowledge/Aptitude - Demonstrates current competency in those clinical responsibilities for which the candidate applies. - Experience in management, along with effective leadership abilities, as determined and at the sole discretion of the Chief Operating Officer. - Mentally and physically able to provide safe anesthetic care. - Knowledge of anesthesia principles, techniques and procedures for patient care and the ability to apply that knowledge to the clinical care of the patient. - Adhere to the American Association of Nurse Anesthetist Standards of Practice. - Maintain a practice current with CDC, OSHA, JCAHO, and HIPPA standards in regard patient care and as directed at each assigned medical facility. - Advanced knowledge of physiology, pathophysiology, and pharmacology and the ability to apply this knowledge on a case-to-case basis.  - Professionalism and communication skills and the willingness to work as a team. - Possess the ability to multitask, delegate projects when appropriate, and ensure deadlines/timelines are met.  - Compassion in dealing with others. - Work ethic: considerate of others when coordinating time off, work arrival, and departure. - Ability to assess and prioritize multiple tasks, projects, and demands.     Physical Requirements The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently required to sit, talk, and hear; walk; use hands and fingers to feel, handle, or operate objects, tools, or controls; and reach with hands and arms. In addition, the employee must stand for extended periods of time and adapt to unpredictable work hours. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 40 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision and the ability to adjust focus. The employee must be able to perform fine manipulation, simple grasping, firm grasping and have a steady hand to intubate patients and perform medical nonsurgical procedures, such as IV insertion, intubation, induction of anesthesia, emergence of general anesthesia, placement of arterial and central venous access lines, administration of anesthetics and various types of anesthetic blocks, maintenance of fluid and electrolyte balance, administration of epidurals, and securing of airways in routine and emergency situations.   Mental Requirements The mental demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job; work and deadlines may impose pressure on a routine and frequent basis, substantive contacts with people in stressful situations, delicacy, ability to appropriately delegate, and unpredictability of contacts routinely may create significant/constant stress.    Performance Evaluation This job description will be used as the basis for the CRNA/VP of Clinical Operations Performance Evaluation in the practice setting. The appraisal system will be used to reward the CRNAs who excel in the practice and administrative setting and to offer comments to help improve deficient areas of practice or capabilities of the individual. Employees who consistently fail to improve in deficient areas after a given period will be counseled, possibly suspended, or even terminated if unable to perform the duties of the job description.      Other Duties Please note that this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties, or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. This job description is not an employment agreement or contract. Management has the exclusive right to alter this job description at any time with or without notice.    Adherence to Company Policies and Rules All employees are expected to adhere to the company’s policies and procedures, and Code of Conduct and Ethics policy. All employees are expected to provide services in a manner consistent with the established and accepted standards of the profession and with the laws and regulations that govern its practice and endorsed by the assigned facilities.   Diversity Employees are required to sensitive to cultural values, beliefs, and diversity, accepting that the opinions and values of others are as valid as their own. Employees will exemplify and exercise integrity, honesty, and due diligence while carrying out obligations to patients, co-workers, and customers.   AAP/EEO Statement Somnia Inc. and its affiliates are Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employers. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, gender identity, sexual orientation, protected veteran status, or other protected classifications as deemed by law.    This job description will be used as the basis for the Vice President of Clinical Operations Performance Evaluation in the practice and administrative setting. The appraisal system will be used to reward the Vice President of Clinical Operations who excels in the practice and administrative setting and to offer comments to help improve deficient areas of practice or capabilities of the individual. Vice Presidents of Clinical Operations who consistently fail to improve in deficient areas after a given period will be counseled, possibly suspended, or even terminated if unable to perform the duties of the job description.    
Category
CRNA
ID
2021-1688
Job Locations US-PA-Hazleton
Seeking a full-time CRNA in Hazelton, PA. Lehigh Valley Hazleton Hospital has been a community hospital for over 100 years and has convenient access to high-quality healthcare services.   Job Summary - Lehigh Valley Hazleton Hospital | (https://www.lvhn.org/locations/lehigh-valley-hospital-hazleton) | Lehigh Valley Health System | Hazleton, PA | MapQuest - 4 ORs | 150 beds | L4 Trauma| Level 1 NICU - 3 ORs – 1 room 7 am to 3 pm; 2 rooms, 7 am to 5 pm - 2,600 cases | General, ortho, urology, health peds | No hearts, heads, trauma, neuro | OB (700 deliveries) - Call is 1:3. Backup call work the next day. - Care team model - EMR–EPIC Requirements - Active PA license | State CDS - Board certified | Board eligible if in process - ACLS | PALS Benefits - Health | Dental | Vision | Life | Talk-Space | Disability - 401k | Flexible Spending Accounts - Medical professional liability insurance - Paid time off | CME   About Somnia Anesthesia Since 1996, Somnia (www.somniainc.com) has had a singular focus on anesthesia–investing in clinician professional development so patients can get the best care possible. We welcome and encourage applicants of all races, colors, genders, religions, sexual orientations, national origins, and disabilities, as well those who have served.
Category
CRNA
ID
2021-1679
Job Locations US-PA-Hazleton
Lehigh Valley Hazleton Hospital has been a community hospital for over 100 years and has convenient access to high-quality healthcare services.   Job Summary - Per diem CRNAs - Lehigh Valley Hazleton Hospital (https://www.lvhn.org/locations/lehigh-valley-hospital-hazleton) | Lehigh Valley Health System | Hazleton, PA | MapQuest - 4 ORs | 150 beds | L4 Trauma| Level 1 NICU - 3 ORs start 7 am to 3 pm; 1 room, 7 am to 6 pm - 2,600 cases | General, ortho, urology, | No hearts, heads, trauma, neuro, peds | OB (500 deliveries) - Call every other | Work next day - Care team model - EMR–EPIC Requirements - Active PA license | DEA | State CDS - Board certified | Board eligible if in process - ACLS | PALS   About Somnia Anesthesia Since 1996, Somnia (www.somniainc.com) has had a singular focus on anesthesia – investing in clinician professional development so patients can get the best care possible. We welcome and encourage applicants of all races, colors, genders, religions, sexual orientations, national origins, and disabilities, as well those who have served.
Category
CRNA
ID
2021-1673
Job Locations US-PA-Hazleton
Job Summary - Hazleton Surgery Center | https://www.hazletonsc.com/ - The annual case volume is 2,500 (1,500 GI + 1,000 surgical). We cover 1-2 ORs. - Case mix: General surgery, GI, gynecology, ophthalmology, orthopedic, pain management, and ENT - Start time 6:30 am, typically 8-hour day - EMR – paper charts Requirements - Active PA license - Board certified   About Somnia Anesthesia Since 1996, Somnia (www.somniainc.com) has had a singular focus on anesthesia–investing in clinician professional development so patients can get the best care possible. We welcome and encourage applicants of all races, colors, genders, religions, sexual orientations, national origins, and disabilities, as well those who have served.
Category
CRNA
ID
2021-1672
Job Locations US-NM-Las Cruces
Part of LifePoint Health, Memorial Medical Center (MMC) is in the Mesilla Valley of southern New Mexico, nestled between the stunning Organ Mountains and the rambling Rio Grande River. As one of 12 hospitals in New Mexico that have joined the New Mexico Medical Review Association (NMMRA), MMC is focused on enhancing methodology and ensuring the best treatment for each and every patient each and every time. To every member of the staff, nothing is more important than patient safety and delivering the highest-quality care. As a partner hospital of the National Patient Safety Foundation, MMC participates in the organization's "Stand Up for Patient Safety" campaign. Among its boasting points, MMC can cite being awarded the 2021 LifePoint Health High Five Guiding Principles Award as the top hospital out of the health system’s 87 hospitals, an award based on quality and excellence in healthcare delivery and the highest honor a LifePoint hospital can receive. MMC also has been selected the official Healthcare Partner of New Mexico State’s Aggie Athletics. Living and working in this beautifully scenic city and college town offers residents so much to enjoy, from vintage wineries, historic sites, and farmers markets to amazing hiking and biking trails, and fishing and picnic sites along the Rio Grande.   Memorial Medical Center – full-time CRNA needed in NM to join our team! Competitive salary! Collaborative practice!   Job Summary - 10 anesthetizing locations (including OB) - 199 beds - Annual case volume of 8,700 - Case mix: General surgery, ENT, orthopedic, bariatric, obstetrics/gynecology, plastics, pediatric dental, podiatry, cardiac (80 cases/year), GI - Primary and collaborative call required - Collaborative practice and great culture - Remarkable administration, welcoming top leadership   About Somnia Anesthesia Since 1996, Somnia (www.somniainc.com) has had a singular focus on anesthesia–investing in clinician professional development so patients can get the best care possible. We welcome and encourage applicants of all races, colors, genders, religions, sexual orientations, national origins, disabilities, as well those who have served.
Category
CRNA
ID
2021-1668
Job Locations US-WA
Experienced full-time CRNA needed due to expansion of services. Minimum of 2 years’ experience – salary compensation based on experience; 7 weeks PTO, comprehensive benefits! New grads welcome!   The Department of Anesthesia at Providence Regional Medical Center (PRMC) has an opportunity for FT CRNAs. The blended team of anesthesiologists and CRNAs welcomes clinicians who want to work at a premier, 615-bed Seattle-area hospital with a national reputation for excellence. PRMC, a Level 2 Trauma Center, is part of the largest healthcare provider in the state. Join the caring and supportive staff that has been providing compassionate, high-quality care to the community with roughly 17,000 cases performed annually, which includes 4,000 births. Site Specifics - 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 - Active state license | DEA | State CDS - Board certification required - ACLS | PALS | BLS Benefits - Health | Dental | Vision | Life | Talk-Space | Disability - 401(k) | Flexible spending accounts - Medical professional liability insurance - 7 weeks PTO | CME - FT CRNA stipends - $10K paid upon submitting receipts - $20K sign-on bonus – $10K paid in first payroll after commencement. Second $10K paid in first payroll after 1-year anniversary.   About Somnia Anesthesia Since 1996, Somnia (www.somniainc.com) has had a singular focus on anesthesia–investing in clinician professional development so patients can get the best care possible. We welcome and encourage applicants of all races, colors, genders, religions, sexual orientations, national origins and disabilities, as well those who have served.  
Category
CRNA
ID
2021-1649
Job Locations US-CT-Torrington
Attention, CT CRNAs – this is the job you have been waiting for! Exciting new opportunity in Torrington – B&B, GI, and minimal OB. No call! Long-term locum option available!    Job Summary  - Charlotte Hungerford Hospital | (https://charlottehungerford.org/) - Charlotte Hungerford Hospital | Torrington, CT - 4 ORs + 1 GI +1 OB | 109 beds | Community hospital - 4 ORs start 7 am - 5,100 cases per year - Case mix: B&B, OR, GI and minimal OB - No call! - 6 weeks paid time off   Requirements  - Active state license  - Board certified - ACLS | PALS Benefits  - Medical professional liability insurance About Somnia Anesthesia  Since 1996, Somnia (www.somniainc.com) has had a singular focus on anesthesia – investing in clinician professional development so patients can get the best care possible. We welcome and encourage applicants of all races, colors, genders, religions, sexual orientations, national origins, and disabilities, as well those who have served. 
Category
CRNA
ID
2021-1642
Job Locations US-CT-Torrington
Attention, CT CRNAs – this is the job you have been waiting for! Exciting new opportunity in Torrington – B&B, GI, and minimal OB. No call!  $10,000 sign-on bonus, $20,000 staffing utilization bonus   Situated in the largest city in highly desirable Litchfield County, Charlotte Hungerford Hospital’s roots in this wonderful community are deep. An accredited acute-care, 109-bed hospital, they have been serving northwest Connecticut since 1916. Believing healthcare is a team sport, Charlotte Hungerford entered a partnership with the renowned engineering team from MIT to become even more efficient, more responsive, and safer. The collegial team members at this hospital know they are making a difference in people’s lives at the time they are needed most. Living and working in this part of New England, smack in between Boston and New York City, offers residents and their families so much to do in the way of sports, nature, culture, amenities, and community that it is no wonder people who visit want to stay. According to one post on Niche, “I was a traveler here in Torrington working at Charlotte Hungerford Hospital. I love the area. I decided to move here from Ohio. If you love the outdoors, this is the place for you. I have the best of both worlds: the beach and hiking.”   Job Summary  - Charlotte Hungerford Hospital | (https://charlottehungerford.org/) - Charlotte Hungerford Hospital | Torrington, CT - 4 ORs + 1 GI +1 OB | 109 beds | Community hospital - 4 ORs start 7 am - 5,100 cases per year - Case mix: B&B, OR, GI and minimal OB - No call! - 8 weeks paid time off Requirements  - Active state license  - Board certified - ACLS | PALS Benefits  - Medical professional liability insurance   About Somnia Anesthesia  Since 1996, Somnia (www.somniainc.com) has had a singular focus on anesthesia – investing in clinician professional development so patients can get the best care possible. We welcome and encourage applicants of all races, colors, genders, religions, sexual orientations, national origins, and disabilities, as well those who have served.  
Category
CRNA
ID
2021-1641
Job Locations US-CA-Stockton
Somnia is seeking per diem OB CRNAs to join our team at St. Joseph Medical Center in Stockton, CA!    Job Summary - Joseph’s Medical Center | Stockton, CA | (https://www.dignityhealth.org/central-california/locations/stjosephs-stockton) - 8 ORs | 357 beds - OR start times between 7 am and 7:15 am - 12,500 cases | General, colorectal, ortho, spine, thoracic, cardiac, vascular, cath lab, IR, endo, OB/GYN, ENT, podiatry, plastics, some peds | OB 2,500 cases - Case mix – hospital and ASC environment, with fair schedule - Four calls per week: first call in house one time per week, second call one time per week from home, 24-hour OB call one time per week, 24-hour OB call one time during weekend - Post-call day off after first call, not second - Academic environment with opportunities for professional growth - Independent CRNA practice in a collaborative MD/CRNA model - We offer flexible schedule (full-time, part-time, per diem, and no call contracts offered) - 40 minutes' drive to San Francisco Bay Area - Access to the beautiful and magnificent Sierras - Affordable housing and access to good school systems    Requirements - Active state license - ACLS | BLS   Benefits - Health | Dental | Vision | Life | Talk-Space | Disability - 401(k) | flexible spending accounts - Medical professional liability insurance - Paid time off | CME   About Somnia Anesthesia Since 1996, Somnia (www.somniainc.com) has had a singular focus on anesthesia – investing in clinician professional development so patients can get the best care possible. We welcome and encourage applicants of all races, colors, genders, religions, sexual orientations, national origins, and disabilities, as well those who have served.
Category
CRNA
ID
2021-1601
Job Locations US-CA-Stockton
Seeking FT/PT/PD CRNAs to join our practice at St. Joseph's Medical Center. We are looking for motivated CRNAs desiring to practice independently with a supportive group of CRNAs and MDs. Our group serves the patients of St. Joseph's Medical Center, St. Joseph's Surgery Center, and Ambulatory Surgery Center of Stockton (pending). This is a unique practice where CRNAs and MDs work independently in an academic environment with an anesthesiology residency program. Experience is preferred, but motivated new graduates have been very successful in our practice and will be considered. Stockton is conveniently located 40 minutes from Sacramento, 90 minutes from San Francisco and Napa, and 2 hours from recreation in the Sierras.   Responsibilities - Joseph Medical Center – Stockton, CA (https://www.dignityhealth.org/central-california/locations/stjosephs-stockton) - 8-room main OR, cath lab, endo | 357 Beds  - 12,500 cases | General, colorectal, ortho, spine, thoracic, cardiac, vascular, cath lab, IR, endo, OB/GYN, ENT, podiatry, plastics, some peds | OB 2,500 cases - Opportunity for call but not required (24 hours in-house, 24 hours OB, second call from home) - CRNAs practice to their full scope of practice and perform regional anesthesia, arterial lines, and central lines - Mix of 8, 10, 12, and call shifts available, with scheduling flexibility to match your lifestyle. - Post-call day off after first call - Collaborative MD/CRNA model   ASC - 2-OR orthopedic surgery center with regional anesthesia opportunities. - 5-OR ASC (general, GYN, urology, pain procedures, healthy peds dental and ENT, endo)      Benefits - Health | Dental | Vision | Life | Talk-Space | Disability - 401(k) | Flexible spending accounts - Medical professional liability insurance - 7 weeks paid time Off | CMEallowance $3,000/year   About Somnia Anesthesia Since 1996, Somnia (www.somniainc.com) has had a singular focus on anesthesia–investing in clinician professional development so patients can get the best care possible. We welcome and encourage applicants of all races, colors, genders, religions, sexual orientations, national origins and disabilities, as well those who have served.
Category
CRNA
ID
2021-1600
Job Locations US-CA-Stockton
Job Summary - National Surgical Centers Stockton | Stockton, CA | https://www.stocktonnsc.com - 2 ORs, office-based and ASC - 2 ORs start 7 am to 3 pm; Tuesdays – office-based cardiology cases; M, W, Th, F – ASC and office-based cases - Case mix: cardiology, vascular, podiatry - No call | No nights | No weekends - CRNAs practice independently   Requirements - Active state license - ASC experience required   Benefits - Health | Dental | Vision | Life | Talk-Space | Disability - 401k | Flexible spending accounts - Medical professional liability insurance - Paid time off     About Somnia Anesthesia Since 1996, Somnia (www.somniainc.com) has had a singular focus on anesthesia–investing in clinician professional development so patients can get the best care possible. We welcome and encourage applicants of all races, colors, genders, religions, sexual orientations, national origins and disabilities, as well those who have served.
Category
CRNA
ID
2021-1597
Job Locations US-MD-Salisbury
TidalHealth is a multispecialty surgery center affiliated with Peninsula Regional Medical Center. Top 3 reasons to work here: - 8-hour shift, practice doing 3-4 cases a day – not long cases - Excellent pay - Situated in the heart of the Delmarva Peninsula in Maryland, Salisbury is truly the crossroads of Delmarva and ranks among the 100 Best Communities for Young People and was designated an “All American City” on Maryland's Eastern Shore   Summary - TidalHealth Surgery Center – Salisbury, MD | https://www.tidalhealth.org/our-locations/tidalhealth-surgery-center - Case mix includes T&A, cataracts, face/body cosmetics, uterine surgery, and ENT. Pediatric experience is a comfort and a must (healthy peds for ENT cases). - 2 rooms. 7 am to 5 pm, Monday through Friday; no weekends/call - Model is 1 MD 5 days a week and 1 CRNA 3 days a week (Tuesday, Thursday, Friday). Approximately 8-10 cases per day. - Facility will handle and collaborate with anesthesia team when input is required. MDs do their own cases and surgeon supervision for the CRNAs. Requirements - Active MD license - Board certified or eligible (in process for recent graduates) - PALS - ACLS - BLS   About Somnia Anesthesia Since 1996, Somnia (www.somniainc.com) has had a singular focus on anesthesia – investing in clinician professional development so patients can get the best care possible. We welcome and encourage applicants of all races, colors, genders, religions, sexual orientations, national origins, and disabilities, as well those who have served.    
Category
CRNA
ID
2021-1578

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