Anesthesiology Department

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Anesthesiology Department Overview Anesthesiology Doctor of Nursing Practice Programs

The anesthesiology programs seek to provide curricula that prepare advanced practice registered nurses (APRNs) at the doctoral level to deliver safe, competent, and ethical anesthesia and anesthesia-related care to patients for diagnostic, therapeutic, and surgical procedures. The curricula are designed to cover the full scope of nurse anesthesia practice with the following focal areas: patient safety, perianesthesia care, critical thinking, communication and leadership, and the professional role of the certified registered nurse anesthetist (CRNA).

After your undergraduate studies, you may consider continuing your education in medical, dental, veterinary, optometry, or podiatry school. Other possibilities include working with the environment in the capacities of marine biologist, wildlife biologist, or environmental health expert. A biology degree can also prepare you for a future as a researcher or for a career with a government agency. Explore all the options at Barry!

Since 2004, our graduates have received excellent board passing rates. In addition, our highly-trained graduates are well sought after by hospitals and anesthesia groups.

Anesthesiology Doctor of Nursing Practice Program and Transition Options

  • Nursing Practice (DNP) - Post Baccalaureate DNP, specialization in Anesthesiology

    This program is designed for registered nurses seeking to enter the nurse anesthesia profession.

  • Nursing Practice (DNP) - Post Master's DNP, specialization in Anesthesiology

    The Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) with a specialization on Anesthesiology prepares CRNAs to acquire the clinical, organizational, financial and leadership knowledge to design and implement programs of care delivery which significantly impact health care outcomes.

  • Transition to Nurse Anesthesiology

    Is Post-Baccalaureate DNP in Anesthesiology right for you? Or perhaps you need a refresher in organic chemistry and pharmacology. This self-paced, online three hour course will bring you up to speed.


Top Stories

  • Dr. Aliette St. Hilaire April 25, 2022

    Aliette St. Hilaire is licensed as an Advanced Practice Registered Nurse (APRN) in the State of Florida and holds Board-Certification as a Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist at St. Mary’s Medical Center.

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