Top 10 Best CRNA Schools Annual Rankings for the Best Value CRNA schools in the US.  Our subjective rankings are based on Cost of the Program and Program Quality. 1) East Carolina University $22,819 New modern state of the art facility with small class sizes. located in affordable Greenville, NC.  100% of Nurse Anesthesia students are employed at time…


Where Do Nurse Anesthetists Work?

Industry Employment Percent of industry employment Hourly mean wage Offices of Physicians 19,900 60.19% $71.95 General Medical and Surgical Hospitals 9,710 29.37% $78.47 Offices of Other Health Practitioners 1,190 3.60% $84.97 Outpatient Care Centers 1,020 3.09% $78.51 Federal Executive Branch (OES Designation) 790 2.39% $66.96 Specialty (except Psychiatric and Substance Abuse) Hospitals 420 1.27% $78.00…

CRNA Stipend

A Guide to Nurse Anesthetist Stipends

Becoming a Nurse Anesthetist is a rigorous process which often does not allow for part time employment while in school.   A Stipend is an option available to many students to help pay for school.  Hospitals and Staffing companies will often offer stipends in the range of $20,000-$40,000 to qualified Nurse Anesthetists.   Stipends will most…


How Much Does a CRNA Make?

So how much does the average CRNA Make? Below are fours sources of average salary.  How does your pay stack up? April 2013 $159,347 October 2012 $159,000 Merritt Hawkins & Associates Report 2009 $189,000 Locum Tenens CRNA Salary Report 2010 $166,833