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CRNA Recruiting Firm

Whether you are a CRNA looking for a new job opportunity, or a healthcare facility in need of quality RNFAs, you’ve come to the right place! We offer comprehensive recruitment services to CRNAs and healthcare facilities.


Please call us today at 800-880-7900 to start your search for your new CRNA job or candidate!


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  • Our CRNA Recruiters have extensive knowledge about the CRNA market and we listen to your desires and advise you about whether we can be helpful in your search. The majority of our recruiters are certified by the National Association of Personnel Services (NAPS) as Certified Personnel Consultants (CPC) and our VP is a Certified Employee Retention Specialist (CERS).Odell Medical Search's CRNA recruitment team is one of the most recognized recruiting firms in the nation. We have partnered with some of the nation’s leading health systems, medical centers (Magnet and US News and World Report Top 100), ambulatory surgery centers, standalone surgery centers, outpatient centers, and day surgery centers; therefore our success has earned us the privilege to represent to our clients some of the finest candidates in the healthcare industry. Below is a list of the different types of CRNA we are successful in placing:

  • • Operating Room CRNA
    • Orthopaedic CRNA
    • Spine CRNA
    • Cardiothoracic Surgery CRNA
    • Cardiovascular Surgery CRNA
    • General Surgery CRNA
    • Gynecology Surgery CRNA
  • • Labor & Delivery CRNA
  • • Pain Management CRNA
    • Urology CRNA
    • Vascular Surgery CRNA

CRNA Job Description

A CRNA is a registered nurse and advanced practice nurse who works in collaboration with anesthesiologists, surgeons and other physicians and medical professionals to deliver anesthesia for medical and surgical procedures. A CRNA cares for a patient before, during and after a medical procedure or surgery by performing a patient assessment, preparing the patient for anesthesia, administering and maintaining the anesthesia to ensure proper sedation and pain management, overseeing patient recovery from anesthesia and caring for the patient's immediate post-operative needs.

According to the American Association of Nurse Anesthetists (on-line, 1999):
Anesthesia is administered by CRNAs in many settings, including

- Traditional hospital surgical centers
- Obstetrical delivery room
- Ambulatory surgical centers
- Dentist offices
- Podiatrist offices
- Plastic Surgeon offices

CRNAs are the sole provider of anesthetics in almost 85% of rural hospitals.
The American Nurses Association reports that CRNAs administer more than 65% of all anesthetics given to patients each year.

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