Become a Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist with IAA’s Nurse Anesthesia Program of Hartford in Connecticut. We offer two levels of programs: Entry Level and Advanced Specialization. Learn more below and apply now.
Early Decision applications are due by June 1st each year for classes beginning the following May.
In addition to standard eligibility requirements, Early Decision applicants need to be a CT resident with a cumulative undergraduate GPA> 3.5 and meet all eligibility requirements by June 1.
The program will evaluate completed Early Decision applications received prior to the deadline and invite up to 5 candidates for a personal interview. Early Decision applicants will be notified by September 1. Ineligible Early Decision applicants will be notified, and their application will be moved to the standard application schedule.
An interview during the Early Decision process will not count against the two-interview limit for nurse anesthesia applicants. Applicants are eligible to apply Early Decision once. Early Decision applicants can be selected during the standard application cycle.
Applications are due by September 1st each year for classes beginning the following May.
To qualify for an interview, the applicant must meet the following requirements by the application deadline:
Critical care is defined as regular hands-on care of patients with life threatening pathophysiology, invasive lines, e.g. pulmonary artery catheters and arterial lines, ventilators; continuous ECG monitoring and interpretation, vaso-active infusions in an intensive care unit. Preferred areas of critical care experience include: Surgical/Trauma ICU, Cardiothoracic ICU, Neurosurgical/Neuro Trauma ICU, Pediatric ICU or Medical ICU. The Emergency Department and the PACU are not considered critical care areas.
* One semester of chemistry and one semester of anatomy and physiology need to be taken in the past 8 years.
Please contact the Program Director with individual concerns.
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