CRNAs

Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists (CRNAs) are registered nurses who are licensed by the state in which they perform services. A CRNA is either currently certified by the Council of Certification of Nurse Anesthetists or the Council on Recertification of Nurse Anesthetists, or has graduated with the past 18 months for a nurse anesthesia program that meets the standards of the Council of Accreditation of Nurse Anesthesia Educational Programs and is awaiting initial certification.

Kirsy Acosta, CRNA

  • Nursing School – University of Puerto Rico

Randy Baker, CRNA

  • Nursing School – Wolford College

Jason Calhoun, CRNA

  • Nursing School - Wolford College

Patrick Conner, CRNA

Nursing School - Wolford College


John Dauzat, CRNA

  • Nursing School - Wolford College

Ryan Ferreira, CRNA

  • Nursing School – University of South Florida

Lorna Gonzalez, CRNA

  • Nursing School – Barry University

Jessica Matkin, CRNA

  • Nursing School – Barry University

Eric Narolesky, CRNA

  • Nursing School – Excela Health School of Anesthesia/              St. Vincent College

Don Olson, CRNA

  • Nursing School - Wolford College

 


William “BJ” Quatman, CRNA

  • Nursing School – Wolford College

 


Richard Vidaud, CRNA

  • Nursing School - University of Pittsburgh

Lori LeBlanc Wheeler, CRNA

  • Nursing School - Florida Gulf Coast University

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