Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists (CRNAs) have been providing anesthesia in the United States for more than 150 years. CRNAs play a vital role in ensuring safe, quality, cost- effective anesthesia care in the United States.
CRNAs are highly educated professionals who provide every type of anesthesia. There are more than 53,000 CRNAs in the United States.
Nurse anesthetists provide more than 45 million anesthetics each year and are the primary providers of anesthesia in rural America, in the Veteran’s Administration, and in the US military.
Nurse anesthetists are required to have at least 7- 8 ½ years of training. CRNAs graduate today with a master’s or doctorate degree.
They deliver the same type of anesthesia as other anesthesia professionals but at a lower cost, helping to control rising healthcare costs. Numerous studies have found that anesthesia delivered by a CRNA is just as safe as when delivered by a physician anesthesiologist.
The New Hampshire Association of Nurse Anesthetists (NHANA) is the professional association representing over 200 CRNAs and student registered nurse anesthetist in the state of New Hampshire.
The New Hampshire Association of Nurse Anesthesiology (NHANA) is the professional association representing over 200 CRNAs and student registered nurse anesthetist in the state of New Hampshire…Learn More »
New Hampshire Association of Nurse Anesthesiology (NHANA) c/o Dennehy & Bouley
17 Depot Street, Unit 3 Concord, NH 03301 Phone: 603.228.1601