Published Dec 24, 2004
I would like to shadow one, or an AA for that matter but i have not seen any evidence of them in this town, though in other parts of Texas they are all over the place. I am willing to tracel to Houston or Dallas if i have to do so but I am curious and when/if i finish a program, i was kinda hoping to return to Austin.
We have a reservist who will be with us for 3 months, he works in Austin.
Hope this helps.
I'm not sure about the Austin scene, but here in San Antonio CRNAs are only at BAMC, Wilford Hall, and the VA (all government facilities). You may try one of the outlying hospitals (Bastrop, Georgetown, etc.).
There are CRNAs at the hospital in San Marcos, between Austin and San Antonio, I am quite sure they are also employeed in Austin.
I am a nurse in Austin about to go back to CRNA school. There are 2 groups in town that practice in almost all the facilities here. One group will even pay for school if i am not mistaken! Hope this helps.
That is great to hear. can you tell me the names of those two groups. i'd like to set up a shadow, if possible.
One is Capital Anesthesia and I don't know the name of the other. Sorry. Capital is the one that offers to pay for school. Good Luck!
In addition to Capital Anesthesia (which is a huge group with about 75 CRNA's), there is also a group with South Austin.
Capitol uses CRNAs and they are contracted with the Seton systems. St. David's system uses a different anesthesia group that only hires MDAs. So I would contact Capitol. They use a lot of CRNAs at Brackenridge. I just finished my adult health clinical there and observed an MRI with sedation run by CRNAs.
austin heart, BSN, RN
We use CRNAs at Heart Hospital. Our group is Cardiovascular Anesthesia.
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