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I have worked in health care beginning in 1978. For the past 25 years I have worked as a nurse anesthetist, certified registered nurse anesthetist (CRNA). In my profession we have to have an intimate knowledge of pharmacology. We have to know how drugs work. Every day in the Operating Room I have to be aware and treat the possibility of allergic reactions.
For patients, anesthesia offers freedom from pain and facilitates medical treatments from the most common to the life-saving. Each year, more than 26 million people in the United States undergo medical procedures requiring anesthesia. In many of these cases, the anesthesia is administered by a certified registered nurse anesthetist (CRNA). Nurse anesthetists were among the first providers of anesthesia and have been administering it for more than 100 years.
CRNAs are advanced practice registered nurses. Since 1998, CRNA graduates are required to have specialized graduate-level education in anesthesiology. Anesthesia, in the hands of qualified professionals such as CRNAs, is a safe and effective means of alleviating pain during nearly every type of medical procedure.
As anesthesia specialists, CRNAs provide anesthesia care for patients before, during and after surgical and obstetrical procedures. They administer medications to keep patients asleep or pain-free during surgery and constantly monitor every important function of the patient's body.
Raised in New York on a dairy farm. Grandparents lived with us they were Italian immigrants. My father died when I was 15 of cancer. My mother a stay at home mom who didn't finish high school, went to work. My mom was an inspiration to me. She was a talented seamstress, chef, restaurant owner and office worker. She basically taught herself how to run a business and did it well for many years. I put myself through college with money I made waitressing at my mom's restaurant. Even though my Mom did not graduate high school she instilled in us a desire for an education. My first degree was in Secretarial Science, I worked as a secretary for a Trust Department in a bank. I did not like being a secretary. I got married and had my first child. I began to realize my marriage was not going to work out. I went back to school and became a Registered Nurse. I worked as an RN in critical care for eleven years. With two more children, and a marriage not working out, I knew I had to do something to give my children a better life. I worked hard to understand mistakes I had made and mistakes made in my family. I went back to school to be a nurse anesthetist and graduated in 1992. At the time I went back to school my youngest was 9 months old. Although school was difficult, I loved it and love anesthesia. I passed my boards by 100 points extra. I have a Master's Degree in Nursing. I have loved my job. My first job as anesthetist was in a Level 1 Trauma Center, where I was on call for 24 hour shifts, responding to all Level 1 traumas and hospital emergencies. I worked there for 6 years. My job now is in a surgery center where we do a range of same day surgeries.
Now my three children are grown and have successful lives of their own. My second husband and I have two grandchildren.
Probably the single biggest factor in my growth in my life and the lives of those I love is my faith in God. It has definitely been the factor that put me on the road to a life I find fulfilling. Without my relationship with Jesus Christ nothing in this life would have meaning. It is the light of my life and instructs all I do.