Just had one this past saturday, we find out monday if we get in. Most of their interview was nonclinical stuff, with questions more along the lines of finding out more about you and your background and how it will affect you in school. As their director said "we know you know your stuff, we want to knowo if we can put up wit you for the next 30 months" (maybe not an exact quote, but close). But some candidates did get some clinical questions, i know of at least 2 that got no clinical questions, and 2 more that got 1.
There were 12 candidates there, 8 female, 4 male (age range, this is a guess, seemed to be from 25 (me) to mid-30s, possibly low-40s). They told us they wanted to fill 7 spots, but may only take 6. The day started with a presentation by the director that answered a lot of common questions, like passing rate, number of procedures done by graduates vs national average, a really good presentation.
Then the interviews started. and those that weren't familar with the hospital were given a tour. There were 3 different interview rooms, each with a panel of 4 people, an MDA, CRNA, SRNA, and a faculty member of the biomedical dept. Each candidate went to all rooms, for abour 15 minutes each. So there was quite a bit of down time, but it allowed you to meet the other candidates.
All in all, it was a good day, totally not what i was expecting, but it wasn't really a stressful environment for an interview, and all the faculty seemed really nice and approachable.
Oh, and just in case you were thinking about how to dress, every candidate was in proper business attire - suits and ties for the guys, and most of the ladies wore pant suits. Most of the faculty also had on suits and ties, or sport coats, 1 or 2 of them were business casual though. So as Barney would say "SUIT UP!".
Any more questions, just PM me.