Who We Are

Student Registered Nurse Anesthetists (SRNAs) are registered nurses, with an average of 3 years of prior critical care nursing experience, who are currently enrolled in a nurse anesthesia educational program. Learn more

What We Do

Building on their critical care foundation, SRNAs are enrolled in comprehensive didactic classes and clinical rotations within various clinical settings throughout the US, gaining the knowledge, skills, and abilities required to successfully become a CRNA.  

How We #FlattentheCurve

In those states hit especially hard by the virus, SRNAs are providing life-saving care to patients impacted by COVID-19.  SRNAs are uniquely qualified to expand the nation’s critical care workforce to combat the pandemic.  

How You Can Help

Besides social distancing, there are a few other ways for you to help CRNAs, SRNAs, and other healthcare providers during COVID-19.

Donate Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
Healthcare providers across the country are working to combat COVID-19 without access to proper personal protective equipment.

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Say Thank You to CRNAs and SRNAs
Send a message to a CRNA or SRNA on the frontlines with the form below.

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