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Episode 79: Life as a CRNA in a Rural Hospital

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Episode 79: Life as a CRNA in a Rural Hospital

On today’s episode, hosts JJ and Rachel talk with John Gadwood, CRNA at Hillsdale Hospital, about managing an advanced practice provider group in rural America.
October 27, 2022

Episode 79: Life as a CRNA in a Rural Hospital

Recruiting specialty and advanced practice providers to rural communities is a challenge for many small hospitals, especially in today’s environment. Retaining enough staff to provide needed coverage is no small feat, especially for critical services like anesthesia that keep other service lines in operation.

So, how do rural hospitals recruit and keep excellent providers in their challenging and unique hospital settings?

On today’s episode, hosts JJ and Rachel talk with John Gadwood, CRNA at Hillsdale Hospital, about managing an advanced practice provider group in rural America.

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