Many have asked and do ask about if a school is good or not. I have decided to add these questions to help get answers. While few programs will have all these things it is important that they have to majority for YOU to get what YOU pay for.

Ask these questions during your interview or in an email with the PD. Let them know you want to graduate as a full service provider so that you have the option to work without Anesthesiologists. Frankly, you want to have all the options open to you no matter what you may THINK you want now.


1) How may nerve blocks on average does each SRNA do on actual patients from start to finish?

2) Is there a nerve block rotation and do all students get to goto it?

3) How many central lines on average does each SRNA do on actual patients from start to finish?

4) Is there an autonomous/independent CRNA rotation which all students get to experience?

5) Do the SRNAs get an opportunity to write PACU orders and learn to manage the PACU?