They let me focus on just what I want to do in anesthesia and that’s patient care.

Somnia recognizes the unique skills and experience CRNAs bring to the operating room and the overall practice. Somnia was a pioneer in incorporating the anesthesia care team (ACT) model into daily practice. Our affiliated nurse anesthetists practice under medical supervision, medical direction or independently, depending upon practice settings and/or facility bylaws.

We are actively recruiting CRNAs at all levels of experience to join our national network of affiliated clinicians and group practices. From Level I trauma centers to small community hospitals, and from multi-specialty surgery centers to single-specialty office-based practices, our career opportunities cross the institutional spectrum. As a result, we can offer geographic and clinical diversity, full-time or per diem schedules, stability and competitive compensation, as well as opportunities for professional and leadership growth.

In our hospital anesthesia departments, new CRNAs benefit from the experience and mentoring of a chief nurse anesthetist who partners with the chief of anesthesia in the daily management of the anesthesia department.