Ghost RX is looking for Full-Time CRNA to work at Irwin Army Base in Fort Riley, KS. Any state license is accepted. Irwin Amy Base is located 10 miles outside of Manhattan Kansas. Manhattan is home to Kansas State University, population just under 60,000. Below is a little information on the requirements.
CRNA - Irwin Army Base - Fort Riley, KS
- ASAP start
- Contract runs until 7/30/2019 with extension option
- 125/hr 1099
- $150/ hr holidays
- $12/hr on call
- malpractice coverage
- ACLS, BLS, PALS, NRP required prior to start date - We can assist setting up classes for any of these certifications
C.5. SPECIFIC TASKS. The HCPs shall perform all procedures and duties that are normal to the scope of that
designated specialty and for which privileges are granted by the MTF. These are essentially the same duties as
those required of any Medical Corps Officer or Government Civil Service HCP’s of similar experience and in
similar duty assignments as a Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists (CRNA). Specific tasks include, but are not
C.5.1. The HCP shall maintain credentials as required to evaluate and treat adult, pediatric and newborn patients at
C.5.1.1. The HCP will perform services as a Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists. Locations of duties include
but are not limited to the Operating Room, Labor & Delivery, Pre-/Post-Ambulatory Care Unit, and Clinic
C.5.1.2. Care will be provided to Active Duty Soldier, Dependents and Retirees of IACH.
C.5.1.3. HCP will perform routine preoperative evaluations, to include ordering and administering preoperative
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C.5.1.4. HCP will plan, provide, and evaluate contemporary general, sedative, and regional (see below) anesthesia
care, including pediatric and geriatric patients, obstetrical anesthesia, and anesthesia for the following surgical
specialties: general surgery, orthopedics, gynecology, otolaryngology, ophthalmology, podiatry, oral and
C.5.1.5. Order indicated laboratory, radiology, and diagnostic studies during all phases of the anesthetic process.
C.5.1.6. Able and willing to function independent of anesthesiologist supervision. In accordance with current Army
regulations, the CRNA will collaborate with the anesthesiologist or surgeon when the anesthesiologist is not
available, for all physical status III or greater patients. The results of this collaboration will be documented on the
anesthesia record. Collaboration does not dictate physician supervision of the CRNA unless the physician elects to
direct the entire anesthetic and informs the CRNA as such.
C.5.1.7. Proficient in the placement and management of epidural and subarachnoid anesthesia.
C.5.1.8. Proficient in the evaluation and management of post-dural puncture headache, to include the placement of
epidural blood patches.
C.5.1.9. Perform administrative duties as required to include completion of all required reports, records, and process
C.5.1.10. Participate in mandatory hospital training activities and designated Anesthesia Service activities to include