Scranton / Wyoming Valley CRNA program - page 7

by heartRN01

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Hello all I have been searching for any information on the University of Scranton/ Wyoming Valley's Nurse Anesthesia program and cannot find any recent posts. Does anyone know anything about this program or interview process? ... Read More


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    Yup, I totally hear you Rhino.
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    I just received the phone call today of official acceptance. The negotiations are over and The University of Scranton will be the sole provider of the program.
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    Congrats, wwwdwgg. I am still waiting for a call I guess. Hope it comes soon too, cross my fingers.
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    Got my call yesterday and letters were mailed yesterday too... now deciding which school to attend
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    Got my letter today to confirm acceptance into the program. Unfortunately there isn't 100% guarantee that the program will start this fall, "Acceptance is now contingent upon the final approval of the new program structure by the Council on Accreditation of Nurse Anesthesia Educational Programs." We shall see.......
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    One thing that is reassuring is that the Council on Accreditation gave Scranton the full 10 years of accreditation in Oct 2012.
    Accredited Nurse Anesthesia Programs
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    I'll have to call Monday to question the accreditation bc I'll be canceling my fall enrollment elsewhere... Don't wanna screw myself
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    Congrats to you also Rhino, I am feeling left out bc I haven't gotten my phone call yet....but I received my letter of acceptance yesterday also and it says the same contingency thing. But I looked through that link posted and they have their 10 yr accreditation already. My guess is that since they are the sole provider of anesthesia now, they are modifying clinical structure maybe. If you call on Monday Rhino, can you update us? Thanks guys and congrats to you all.
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    Absolutely will
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    I was thinking of taking a couple of non anesthesia nursing classes over the summer through university of pheonix to lighten the course load. I hear that those extra courses are a pain during school.


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