Salary: $164,840 and up; Based on Experience
Call: Currently 1:6 but plan to be 1:7 when fully staffed
Cases: Orthopedics, Urology, General Surgery, Pulmonology (Bronchs), ENT, OB, GYN, Podiatry, Eyes & Vascular
*OB & Blocks Required
EMR: Allscripts Paragon
Census: 7,711 cases LY; 7,099 cases so far this year with 1.5 months of most cases off-line
Number of OR’s: 11
You will work in a number of medical environments including critical care floors, operating
rooms, labor and delivery units, and pain management clinics.
All candidates should have in-depth knowledge of administering anesthesia to patients
undergoing a variety of surgical or non-surgical procedures. To succeed in this role, the ideal
candidate must demonstrate good judgement and the ability to respond appropriately to
● Minimum of 2 years' experience working as a CRNA required.
● Must have a current license to practice as a registered nurse.
● Bachelor's degree in Nursing or relevant undergraduate degree.
● Preferred: Master’s degree in Nurse Anesthesia or relevant equivalent
● Must be skilled in airway management techniques and chronic pain treatment.
● Possess superb communication and interpersonal skills.
● Good understanding of current anesthesia practices and techniques.
ABOUT THE CITY
PARIS, Tennessee is located approximately 60 miles northeast of Jackson and 60 miles west of
Clarksville. It is located in Henry County. The trade area attracts people from four Tennessee
counties and borders the Kentucky state line. Paris / Henry County has a large tourist base with
Historic Downtown Paris, Paris Landing State Park and Land Between the Lakes National
Recreation Center on Kentucky Lake drawing 1.25 million visitors a year.
If you are in the mood for some unique shopping, you will want to head to downtown Paris for
one of West Tennessee’s most gorgeous downtown squares. In the mid-1990s, the downtown
area underwent major renovations to bring the square back to its original 1920s-era style. This
was certainly accomplished as now the downtown area is bustling with business, particularly
retail. Visit one of the 40 merchants downtown for an experience to remember!
Within the last twenty years the City has led the way by revitalizing the physical infrastructure –
replacing aged sidewalks and curbs with handicap accessible, brick accented walkways with
plantings, period lighting, and removing unsightly overhead lines. Many of the buildings around
the court square provide a mix of retail and offices at ground level with residential on the
second floor of many of the buildings, hence our motto, Shop/Eat/Live.