The nurse anesthesia program is a collaborative effort between Grant Medical Center and Otterbein University.
The mission of Otterbein University and Grant Medical Center provide a framework that develops and prepares knowledgeable, caring and compassionate nurse anesthetists who are commited to excellence in healthcare, preserving the dignity and rights of patients, and advancing the speciality practice of anesthesia nursing.
The Otterbein University/Grant Medical Center Nurse Anesthesia Program is Accredited by the Council on Accreditation of Nurse Anesthesia Educational Programs, (222 South Prospect, Park Ridge, IL 60068, 1-847-692-7050).
The overall objectives of the nurse anesthesia major are to prepare graduates with the knowledge, skills, and competencies in basic science, perianesthetic management, patient safety, critical thinking, and communication to fulfill their professional responsibilities as Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists.
In addition to meeting the objectives of the Master of Science in Nursing graduate program, graduates of the nurse anesthesia program will be able to:
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