SSM Health-Dean Medical group is actively recruiting a CRNA to join our practice in Janesville. We are offering either a full or part time position. The department currently consists of four Anesthesiologists and nine CRNAs. Call (1:9) is in-house which allows the provider to live where they choose. Located directly off of I-90 between Madison, Milwaukee and Chicago, this location is desirable to many. St. Mary's Hospital- Janesville has 7 operating rooms which includes a dedicated c-section room and also two endoscopy and I/R suites. A typical case load consists of general, orthopedics, gynecology, obstetrics, ENT, cataracts, some oculoplastic, endoscopy, interventional radiology and healthy pediatric patients. There is ample opportunity to perform neuraxial anesthesia and place lines if desired. The ideal candidate will have a broad skill set and be patient centered and service oriented.
The new medical campus in Janesville opened in 2012. It includes the 50-bed St. Mary's Janesville Hospital and the connected Dean Medical Group physician offices and medical complex. The surgeons enjoy the convenience of practicing in a beautiful new facility in which physician offices are just a brief stroll to the operating rooms. The hospital provides health care services from Urgent Care to ICU, and a recently added on site radiation oncology facility. It also benefits from being part of the greater SSMHC/Dean system, with the sister hospital, St. Mary's Hospital in Madison, just 35 miles north of Janesville. Electronic medical records are also seamlessly connected throughout the hospital, clinic, and the entire Dean system via Epic.
A mid-sized city of 60,000 people, Janesville residents enjoy their beautiful, family-oriented community for its excellent schools and abundant recreational opportunities. Residents enjoy a plentiful array of golfing, hiking, snowmobiling, cross country skiing, and other outdoor activities. Janesville was settled in 1836 after Henry Janes traveled to the area. Proud of their heritage, Janesville's residents have shown great dedication to the restoration of the city's early buildings and homes. Of particular interest is the Look West Historic District, an early neighborhood with connections to the city's rail and manufacturing history.
CRNA-St. Mary's Hospital-Madison, WI
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SSM Health has announced that it is joining with the Catholic Health Association of the United States (CHA) in a new initiative to confront racism by achieving health equity. SSM Health joins 22 of the nation’s largest Catholic health care systems committed to confronting systemic racism by prioritizing equity in response to COVID-19; enacting change across their own health care systems by examining and changing hiring, promotion and retention practices to ensure diversity and inclusion; forming stronger partnerships with communities of color to improve health outcomes; and leveraging their united and powerful voice to advocate for policy changes that address the root causes of racism and social injustice.
“This past year has further demonstrated the important and influential role that health care systems can and should play in shaping local communities and society at large,” Joe Hodges, Regional President, SSM Health in Oklahoma. “SSM Health is proud to join this pledge and will continue taking bold steps to ensure better health for all – particularly those who are economically, physically and socially marginalized.”
Collectively, SSM Health and the other Catholic health organizations that have signed the pledge employ nearly a half million people across 46 states and the District of Columbia, and care for almost four million patients annually.
Recognizing that racism is an affront to the core values of Catholic social teaching, CHA members joined in solidarity to promote the common good and seek justice by being actively anti-racist and accountable in effecting positive change in the communities we serve.
Four focus areas
Act for COVID-19 equity: Members commit to ensuring that testing for COVID-19 is available and accessible in minority communities and that new treatments are distributed and used equitably as they become available. Members will also work for prioritization of vaccinations for those individuals and families at higher risk — elder populations and communities of color, including Native American communities.
Enact change across our own health systems: Members are examining how their organizations recruit, hire, promote and retain employees; how they conduct business operations, including visible diversity and inclusivity at the decision, leadership and governance levels; and how they incentivize and hold our leaders accountable.
Advocate for improved health outcomes for minority communities and populations: Members agree to promote and improve the delivery of culturally competent care and oppose policies that exacerbate or perpetuate economic and social inequities, including such issues as education, housing and criminal justice reform.
Strengthen trust with minority communities: Members will continue to foster, strengthen and sustain authentic relationships based on mutually agreed goals to better understand the unique needs of their communities.
Kaiser and other Catholic health care leaders who have signed the pledge recognize that collectively they are in a unique position to bring about overdue change to policies and practices that have allowed systemic racism and health disparities to continue in the United States.
To hold itself and its members accountable, CHA intends to provide updates on the commitment progress annually.