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growth projection from 2019 to 2029 for the nurse anesthetist profession according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
of hospitals in Kansas rely exclusively on CRNAs for anesthesia care.

Hear what some of our graduates are saying:

"I have been in contact with several CRNA-only groups and have been complimented on the strength of my CV and clinical experience. One chief said he has never seen a new graduate with such robust regional numbers. I thought that this spoke volumes about the program and rotations you have created. I wanted to pass along the compliments!"
"Thank you so much to the KU nurse anesthesia program and instructors. As stressful as those three years of training were, I can honestly say that I feel competent and technically proficient because of all your help. I see how much more experience and confidence that I have compared to fellow new graduate CRNAs from other programs."
"I am very happy with the education and clinical instruction I received at KU Medical Center. I felt confident in my knowledge and skills when I graduated and decided to join an independent practice. I have been very successful and have brought lots of new knowledge and techniques with me that have benefited everyone here. I would certainly choose to go to KU again."
KU School of Health Professions

University of Kansas Medical Center
Nurse Anesthesia Education
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Kansas City, KS 66160
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