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Can a CRNA Do That? [INFOGRAPHIC]

Posted on: January 23, 2018

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Claire Cavanaugh

Happy National CRNA Week! We hope you’ll join us in thanking CRNAs across the profession for their hard work and dedication to healthcare.

When it comes to hiring a locum, what’s the first thing you look for? During a last-minute need or unforeseen circumstances, chances are it’s a candidate who understands your job description and promises to show up on time. However, finding the right person for the role is an absolutely critical step in meeting the needs of your open position, keeping revenue streams open, and most importantly, providing the best care to your patients.

That’s why this CRNA Week, we decided to explore a commonly asked question in the world of anesthesiology: What’s the difference between a certified registered nurse anesthetist (CRNA) and an anesthesiologist? Turns out, not much! Which professional is the best fit for your facility’s anesthesiology needs? Check out our newest infographic below for an in-depth comparison!

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Who will you hire for your next open anesthesiology position? We hope our latest CRNA resource helps you decide!

If you’re ready to hire a CRNA for your team, get in touch with us today!

Claire Cavanaugh
About Claire Cavanaugh

Claire Cavanaugh was formerly the copywriter at Barton Associates' Peabody, MA, headquarters. She joined Barton after four years of blogging as a student ambassador for St. Michael's College, where she received a bachelor of arts in media studies, journalism, and digital arts.

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