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Celebrating National CRNA Week with TeamHealth!

Happy National CRNA Week from TeamHealth!

Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists (CRNAs) are essential to America’s healthcare system, providing high quality, cost-effective anesthesia care for more than 150 years, and safely administer approximately 43 million anesthetics to patients each year.

National CRNA Week is the American Association of Nurse Anesthetists annual celebration of anesthesia patient safety and the nation’s 52,000+ Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists and student registered nurse anesthetists.

TeamHealth wants to recognize all the hard work and vital role certified registered nurse anesthetists play in improving patient outcomes and making our communities healthier. In honor of National #CRNAWeek, January 21-27, 2018, TeamHealth’s Carol Koziol, MS, CRNA, National Chief Anesthetist – TeamHealth, shares her thoughts on the important role CRNAs provide. Thank you CRNAs!


We have open CRNA opportunities throughout the state of Florida! Join a team that supports you and recognizes your impact in providing excellent patient care.

What is TeamHealth?

Celebrating more than four decades of experience in physician services, we’ve grown from a small company established by emergency physicians to one of the largest integrated care providers in the country. Today, 16,000+ clinicians strong, we offer the highest quality staffing, administrative support and management across the full continuum of care, from hospital-based practices to post-acute care and ambulatory centers.

At TeamHealth, our purpose is to perfect the practice of medicine, every day, in everything we do.

We are proud to be the leading physician practice in the U.S., driven by our commitment to quality and safety and supported by our world-class operating team. To improve the experience of our physicians and advanced practice clinicians, we empower them to act on what they believe is right, free clinicians from distractions so they can focus on patient care, invest in learning and development to promote growth in the clinical field and foster an environment where continuous improvement is a shared priority.