What is the best working environment to be in after graduating from CRNA school to have a good solid marketable skill base? Is it being at a trauma center, smaller community hospital with more intense schedule, rotating through a couple different job sites with different venues of treatment (neonate/pediatric versus adult procedures). My goal is to be a good SOLID CRNA that can handle the majority of "curve ball" cases thrown at her. I was always amazed that all the weird cases and problems occurr in CCU when you don't have access to knowledgible ancillary help that could help problem solve the cases. What qualities do more experienced CRNA's deem as very valuable, with reguards to competance, in their CRNA coworkers? Thanks for the info. Vaporgirl