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Specializing in anesthesia, critical care and pain management.


Our highly skilled Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist (CRNA) offer consultation to the performing physicians in all areas of anesthesia, critical care and both chronic and acute pain management. They are equipped to provide anesthesia for a wide range of operations and at all levels of complexity.

Thanks to advances in medicine and anesthesia, you don’t feel pain during surgery, medical procedures, and tests. But surgery and anesthesia are inherently dangerous, so it’s critical to understand what anesthesia is, how different types work, and how to reduce potential risks.

Types of Anesthesia

Learn about sedation and general, regional, and local anesthesia — including the differences in how each type works and when each is typically used.

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Effects of Anesthesia

Ease your mind and feel more comfortable by understanding what side effects to expect from anesthesia and how to prepare for them. Most are minor and temporary.

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Anesthesia Risks

Stay safe by knowing what health factors, conditions, and habits can increase risks and how you can work with your anesthesiologist to minimize them.

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Anesthesia Care Team

Understand who may help administer your anesthesia and the importance of having an anesthesiologist lead the team to keep you safe.

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Role of the Anesthesiologist

Discover why it’s essential to have this medical expert involved in your care before, during, and after your procedure, as well as the role an anesthesiologist plays in treating pain.

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For more information about Anesthesiology, visit the American Society of Anesthesiologists website.