Stability, flexibility and a path forward
CRNAs are vital to USAP’s mission to provide high-quality anesthesia care to each patient. We recognize your value, and we take excellent care of you.
USAP is the nation’s leading, single-specialty anesthesia practice. We serve hundreds of medical facilities across the U.S. We provide anesthesia services for more than 1.7 million procedures annually. We’re growing rapidly and offer exciting opportunities for you to grow with us.
At USAP, we recognize the pride and dedication our CRNAs have each day in delivering compassionate, safe, high-quality anesthesia care. CRNAs are an important and valued asset of our clinical teams.
What makes USAP a great choice for you?
USAP is committed to helping you find the perfect opportunity within our company. With opportunities to choose where you work—and the ability to change roles and develop as a leader—you can feel confident in knowing that you’ll always have a place.
As a large, national organization serving many facilities, we can match you with a USAP anesthesia group that you’ll love and a work schedule that fits your needs.
We’re building a company that you won’t want to leave. We’re creating new opportunities such as CRNA advisory councils and peer review committees to amplify your voice and give you a role in shaping our organization. We’re developing new strategies to support your growth, build your skills and offer you a path forward. We’re establishing communication channels to keep you informed of management decisions and what’s happening companywide.
CRNAs play a vital role in patient care
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We want to get to know you and help you figure out where you want to live, where you want to work and the kind of schedule that best meets your lifestyle.
By having mentors that are helping you every step of the way with your career growth, by making the hiring process easy, and by giving you a career that you're proud to be a part of, we set ourselves apart from other providers.
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"Respect may top the list—mutual respect, that is. If we are respectful of our surgeons͛ needs and schedules and take great care of every one of their patients, I believe our surgeons will reciprocate that respect and be mindful of our needs as anesthetists and patient advocates."
See how USAP is a leader in providing quality anesthesia care.