crna opportunities with wapiti
As some of the most highly trained members of the medical community, CRNAs are in-demand as both permanent fixtures in healthcare facilities and as temporary or locum tenens workers.
At Wapiti Medical Staffing, we offer CRNA assignments of varying lengths, ranging from PRN positions to fill short-term vacancies, to 24/7 contracts at facilities staffed with multiple CRNAs at a time. Visit Wapiti’s job board to view our short-term, long-term, and permanent placement CRNA opportunities.
why work locum?
Working as a locum tenens CRNA is a great way to build upon your skill set and experience. Some CRNAs work locum as a way to test the waters while finding their ideal work setting. There are other benefits of working locum as well: discovering new areas of the country, having a flexible work schedule, or moonlighting as a way to supplement regular income.
CRNAs are the primary anesthesia providers in rural communities. At Wapiti, we recognize our strength is serving the healthcare needs of rural America. Wapiti works with a number of facilities throughout the Midwest that have CRNA positions in a variety of settings, including:
- Critical Access Hospitals
- Surgical Centers
WHY CHOOSE WAPITI?
Wapiti has 25 years’ experience placing advanced practice providers in locum tenens positions throughout the Midwest. At Wapiti, we recognize our strength is serving the healthcare needs of rural America. Wapiti is a multi-year recipient of the Best of Staffing® Award, putting us in the top 2% of all staffing groups nationwide. At Wapiti, we offer:
→ Flexible scheduling to meet your needs.
→ A-rated malpractice coverage during your Wapiti-scheduled shifts.
→ In-house credentialing to simplify and ease paperwork for you.
→ Travel assistance or mileage reimbursement provided for most opportunities.
→ Trustworthy and friendly internal staff available 24/7 to assist you.
Are You Ready For Exciting New Challenges?
Trust your career to Wapiti, the first name in healthcare staffing.
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