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September 12, 2012

Anesthesiologist Assistant Tips!

Anesthesiologist Assistant Tips and More!

Do you want to become an anesthesiologist assistant? All you need is a Bachelor’s degree and the required prerequisites! Even if you have a business degree you can apply to an AA program, but you must complete the prerequisites which include physics, math, physiology, anatomy, chemistry and biology.  The majority of aa students major in biology, sciences, mathematics and even nursing.

Anesthesiologist assistants have almost identical job responsibilities to nurse anesthetists but nurse anesthetists are governed by the state board of nursing and the anesthesiologist assistant by the state board of medicine.

The scope of work of an anesthesiologist assistant varies with the rules of the state board of medicine, the anesthesiologist in charge and other applicable laws, according to the American Academy of Anesthesiologist Assistants.

In each state, the state board of medicine determines the rules that all anesthesiologist assistants must follow. The anesthesiologist assistant must also follow the anesthesiologists protocols while working in the anesthesia care team.

 

 

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September 10, 2012

Anesthesiologist Assistant Salary

Anesthesiologist Assistant Salary

  •     New Anesthesiologist Assistant Graduates

After graduating from an Anesthesiologist Assistant program, expect to receive about $118,000 per year. Keep in mind that different parts of the country pay slightly different hourly rates.

 

  •     Salary Increases For Anesthesiologist Assistants

After the first year or two on the job, an anesthesiologist assistant should expect a significant raise of anywhere between 5 and 15 percent.
After being employed two years and proving you have mastered your skills as an Anesthesiologist Assistant, the pay raise has been seen anywhere from 5 to percent.

 

  •     Early Anesthesiologist Assistant Career

According to AnesthesiologistAssistant.com, an anesthesiologist assistant (AA) should expect to make between $95,000 and $135,000 per year.

 

  •     Comparing Anesthesiologist Assistant to CRNAs

According to Nova Southeastern University, there is no difference between the salary of an anesthesiologist assistant (AA) and that of a certified registered nurse anesthetist (CRNA).

 

  •     Experienced Anesthesiologist Assistant Professionals

The American Medical Association states that, an anesthesiologist assistant with experience has the potential to earn between $165,000 and $185,000 per year.


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