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Full Time CRNA Job Danville, IL
Employer Eskridge & Associates
alarm 9 months ago

Job Description

Scope: The contractor shall provide the services of two (2) full time Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist (CRNA). The services include administration of general anesthesia, monitored anesthesia care, and Bier blocks. No epidurals, spinals, or other nerve block techniques are required. Other services required would be medical management of post-operative pain and leading resuscitative efforts until a physician could take over resuscitative efforts.

Period of Performance:This contract is effective from the effective date of award through May 31, 2023, and any option periods to extend services, if exercised (at the Government's discretion).

Work Schedule:
  • Five (5) days a week, Monday through Friday, excluding Federal Holidays.
  • The shifts will be 7:00 a.m. ' 3:30 p.m. and 7:30 a.m. ' 4:00 p.m.


  • CV
  • Certification
  • Unrestricted state license
  • BLS (AHA)
  • ACLS (AHA)
  • Immunizations (to include COVID)
  • NPI
  • statement that candidate does not have any physical or mental health conditions that would adversely affect his/her ability to carry out assigned duties
  • Three current work-related references
  • Information on malpractice claims, termination or suspension of privileges

Statement of Work:

The CRNA shall perform the following duties and responsibilities.

  • Pre-anesthetic evaluation
    • Obtain an appropriate health history
    • Conduct an appropriate physical exam
    • Request pertinent diagnostic studies
    • Select, obtain, order, and administer pre-anesthetics medications
    • Obtain informed consent for anesthesia, anesthesia induction, maintenance, and emergence.
    • Document the informed consent, along with the pre-anesthetic evaluation, in the electronic record system.
    • CRNA practices an independent CRNA/anesthesia provider. must be capable of working independently.
  • Preoperative and Intra-operative Care
    • Obtain, prepare, and use all equipment, monitors, supplies, and drugs used for the administration of anesthesia, performing and ordering safety checks as needed.
    • Select, obtain, or administer the anesthetics (General, Regional, MAC), adjuvant drugs, accessory drugs, fluids and blood products necessary to manage the anesthetics.
    • Performallaspects of airway management.
    • Perform BLS/ACLS management
    • Insert peripheral venous catheters
    • Perform and manage Bier Blocks.
    • Provide appropriate non-invasive monitoring modalities utilizing current standards and techniques.
    • Evaluate patient response during emergence from anesthesia and institute pharmacological or supportive treatment to insure patient stability during transfer.
  • Postoperative Care
    • Provide post anesthesia follow up evaluation of the patient's response to anesthesia and surgical experience.
    • Deliver a full report to the recovery room.
    • Select and administer medication as necessary in the recovery room.
    • Initiate and administer respiratory support to ensure adequate ventilation and oxygenation in the post-anesthesia period.
    • Initiate and administer pharmacological or fluid support of the cardiovascular system during the post-anesthetics
    • Mortality and morbidity conferences as needed.
  • Additional Responsibilities
    • Accept additional responsibilities which are within the expertise of the individual contract CRNA and are appropriate and relevant to the practice setting, as determined by the Medical Director, Specialty Service
    • These duties include, but are not limited to, the following:
      • Furthermore, the contract CRNA schedule will be determined by the needs of the Anesthesia Service.
      • Contract CRNAs will also actively participate in the QA process as mandated by the VA, Joint Commission, or any other regulatory agency.