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Thank you for your interest in Integrated Anesthesia Associates, LLC, the premier independently owned, private practice/academic hybrid anesthesia group in Connecticut.  

With our continued expansion throughout the region, we are seeking talented and motivated professionals to join our team in beautiful Connecticut, practicing subspecialty and general anesthesiology during all facets of perioperative care at multiple, state-of-the-art locations.

APPLY NOW. Upload your CV and cover letter here. 
We look forward to hearing from you. 

IAA, Connecticut’s largest private physician-owned anesthesia group is an award-winning practice consisting of more than 200 physician members, 300 CRNAs, fellows, residents, SRNAs, and a dedicated team of administrative staff at major hospitals and many ambulatory centers throughout Connecticut.  

With our continued expansion throughout the region, we are seeking talented and motivated professionals to join our team in beautiful Connecticut, practicing sub-specialty and general anesthesiology in all facets of perioperative care at multiple state-of-the-art locations. 

We offer new hires exceptional career opportunities with a comprehensive benefits package which includes:

  • Highly competitive private-practice salary
  • Additional and exclusive income stream opportunities
  • Significant Sign-on Bonus
  • Partnership/ Shareholder Opportunities
  • Opportunities for Academic Appointments
  • Relocation with Dedicated Real Estate Firm
  • 401K with generous employer match
  • Health with HSA
  • Flexible Spending Account
  • Dental Insurance
  • Life Insurance (Individual/ Family)
  • Vision Insurance
  • Pet Insurance
  • Disability (Long & Short Term)
  • Malpractice Insurance (Tail)
  • Umbrella Insurance and Uninsured/ Underinsured Motorist Coverage (Paid for by Practice)
  • Overall assessment of insurance coverage by a dedicated broker
  • Other benefits too numerous to list

Our uniquely desirable practice offers and supports:

  • Academic and clinical partnerships with the Schools of Medicine at the University of Connecticut and Frank Netter/Quinnipiac University.
  • The University of Connecticut Anesthesiology Residency Program.
  • Two fellowships in Regional Anesthesia and Acute Pain Management based at Hartford Hospital and Quinnipiac University
  • IAA’s Nurse Anesthesia Program of Hartford
  • A Cardiac Anesthesia Fellowship at Hartford Hospital (expected start date 2022)
  • A robust clinical research enterprise with extensive publications, national recognition, and many ongoing trials
  • A clinical care team model that ensures a balanced mix of personal cases and supervision with exceptionally strong Anesthesiologist – CRNA partnerships
  • Ideal clinical schedules for call and non-call taking positions
  • A welcoming culture of inclusion for all staff regardless of age, race, orientation, or gender.

Live and work in beautiful Connecticut. IAA employees enjoy:

  • Four seasons with endless opportunities for outdoor recreation, cultural activities, professional sporting events and so much more.
  • A variety of living environments and location options.
  • Thriving cities, beautiful suburbs, beach-front communities, and rustic New England homes.
  • Convenient access to New York City and Boston and their many amenities, including international airports.
  • Top-rated public schools in the nation. Ranked #2 according to World Population Review.
  • Internationally recognized private schools.
  • Best Healthcare in the nation. Ranked #3 according to U.S. News.

IAA fosters opportunities to grow and thrive personally and professionally, offering a perfect private-practice/academic partnership, providing our staff with a desirable mix of solo cases, care team CRNA supervision, and teaching of residents, SRNAs, and fellows across a wide variety of clinical environments.

APPLY NOW: Upload your CV and cover letter here > 

We look forward to hearing from you. 

Integrated Anesthesia Associates is thrilled to share this unique and exciting opportunity to share your skills and shine as an Assistant Program Director. This is your chance to “give back” by being a mentor, leader, and clinical educator for SRNAs at the premier SRNA School in Connecticut, IAA’s NAPH SRNA School in Hartford.  >> APPLY NOW

We are searching for a doctoral-level CRNA (DNAP, DNP, and/or Ph.D.) who can bring their experience, enthusiasm, and joy for teaching to this important position. As our Assistant Program Director, you will also be brought on as a faculty member of Central Connecticut State University (CCSU). IAA will facilitate and support you in this additional role.

Appointed by the NAPH Program Director in consultation with the IAA Board of Directors, this full-time salaried position is 80% administrative, and 20% clinical.

It includes exceptional compensation and benefits; a considerable sign-on bonus, in addition to IAA’s industry-leading perks and “lifestyle benefits”!

If you have an interest in this challenging role and meet or exceed the job qualifications, we’d welcome a conversation with you.

Job Qualifications

  • Current licensure: RN and APRN state of Connecticut
  • Current recertification by the National Board of Certification and Recertification of Nurse Anesthetists (NBCRNA)
  • Two years experience as CRNA
  • Experience as a clinical and didactic instructor
  • Doctoral degree required
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills

     

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Assists in the planning, coordination, implementation, and evaluation of student clinical educational activities, including assisting with daily clinical student assignments that consider the needs of the patient, student, the program, and Council on Accreditations requirements.
  • Assists Program Director in coordinating students’ didactic and clinical activities.
  • Assumes an integral role in mentoring, training, and evaluating students, the Assistant Directors of Clinical Education, and the Clinical Site Coordinators.
  • Assumes responsibility for program administration during the absence of the Program Director.
  • Serves as a member of the Evaluation and Admissions Committees.
  • Assists the Program Director in the development of the annual budget.
  • Participates in clinical and didactic teaching.
  • Provides staff support to Program Director for maintaining program accreditation.
  • Attends and represents the school at professional and educational meetings. Keeps current with state, regional, and national nurse anesthesia-related matters.
  • Mentors SRNAs in the clinical and didactic aspects of the curriculum.
  • Recommends areas for research and case presentations.
  • Participates in activities to continuously improve the quality of clinical and didactic education.
  • Maintains professional credentials, pursues scholarly interests, participates in service projects, and acts as a role model for students and faculty.


Job Complexity:

  • Judgment is required in planning, developing, and coordinating clinical educational activities.
  • Judgment and time management skills are needed in setting work priorities.
  • Discretion is involved in performing student evaluations and counseling.
  • Interact with anesthesiologists, CRNAs, SRNAs, other hospital departments, faculty, and administrators at Central Connecticut State University (CCSU). Mentor and role model for SRNAs.

Live and work in beautiful Connecticut. IAA employees enjoy:

  • Four seasons with endless opportunities for outdoor recreation, cultural activities, professional sporting events and so much more.
  • A variety of living environments and location options.
  • Thriving cities, beautiful suburbs, beach-front communities, and rustic New England homes.
  • Convenient access to New York City and Boston and their many amenities, including international airports.
  • Top-rated public schools in the nation. Ranked #2 according to World Population Review.
  • Internationally recognized private schools.
  • Best Healthcare in the nation. Ranked #3 according to U.S. News.

APPLY NOW:
 Upload your CV and cover letter here > 

>> LEARN MORE  about the NAPH/CCSU program

JOIN OUR TEAM! Where You Work Matters.

We look forward to hearing from you. 

Integrated Anesthesia Associates, LLC, is Connecticut’s premier anesthesia group. An award-winning private practice (Modern Healthcare’s 2021 “Best Places to Work”), IAA has a team of over 400 CRNAs, SRNAs, and physicians at major hospitals and ambulatory centers throughout the state.

With our continued expansion throughout the region, we are seeking talented and motivated professionals to join us, practicing all facets of perioperative care at multiple state-of-the-art locations. Join the IAA family and grow within the organization with various clinical, educational, and leadership opportunities available.

Our unique practice allows participation in all aspects of anesthesia care including General, Trauma, OB, Ambulatory, Pediatrics, Vascular, Regional, Thoracic and off-site locations. We have many opportunities to increase your anesthesia skills and job satisfaction.

As a member of IAA, reward yourself with preferred access to entertainment at the Mohegan Sun, XL Center in Hartford, or attend one of our many social events. Recent outings included UConn Men/Women’s basketball games, Hamilton theater tickets, Justin Timberlake, and the Foo Fighters.

We offer new hires exceptional career opportunities with a comprehensive benefits package including:

  • Highly competitive salary
  • Significant sign-on bonus
  • Relocation assistance with a dedicated real estate firm
  • 401K with generous employer match
  • Health coverage with HSA and FSA
  • Life Insurance (Individual/ Family), with Dental and Vision coverage
  • Comprehensive Disability Insurance (Long & Short Term)
  • Malpractice Insurance

Our unique practice structure offers and supports:

  • IAA’s Nurse Anesthesia Program of Hartford with 20 SRNAs per year in a doctoral education program
  • Training and mentoring for tomorrow’s CRNAs
  • Academic and clinical partnerships with Central Connecticut University and the Frank Netter School of Medicine/Quinnipiac University
  • An Anesthesia Care Team model that ensures a balanced mix of cases with exceptionally strong CRNA-Anesthesiologist partnerships
  • Opportunity for flexible clinical schedules
  • A welcoming culture of inclusion for all staff regardless of age, race, orientation, or gender.
  • Living and working in beautiful Connecticut.

IAA employees enjoy:

  • Four seasons with endless opportunities for outdoor recreation and socialization
  • Swimming, sailing, skating, skiing, hiking, biking, golfing, gaming, beach activities, theatre, art, music, and professional sporting events
  • A variety of residence locations including thriving cities, beautiful suburbs, beach-front communities, and rustic New England homes
  • Top-rated public schools ranked #2 in the nation according to World Population Review, and internationally recognized private schools
  • Exceptional healthcare ranked #3 in the nation per U.S. News.

    IAA fosters opportunities to grow and thrive personally and professionally.

Learn more, ask questions, and apply online

Certified Anesthesia Technician

Purpose: To ensure the smooth and efficient operation of an anesthesia department within the clinical setting.

Policy: Anesthesia departments work with a team concept. There must be communication and cooperation between all members.

REQUIREMENTS: 

l. High school diploma or equivalency.

2. Current certification as an Anesthesia Technician by the American Society of Anesthesia Technicians and Technologists (ASATT).

NOTE:  Certification eligible and must attain certification within 6 months of employment.

3. Must have sufficient command of the English language to understand both verbal and written instructions.

4. Must be physically able to bend, lift 25 pounds, and walk quickly.

5. Must possess hearing and eyesight sufficient to perform tasks.

6. Must possess excellent telephone skills and etiquette.

7. Maintain certification through continuing education as required by ASATT.

REPORTS TO:
Chairman, Department of Anesthesia / Fairfield County Division Manager.  All technicians will be under the supervision of the Chief Anesthesia Technician.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

1. Organize and manage the anesthesia workrooms in Main OR, ASC, OB, and any other anesthesia department sites as appropriate.

2. Organize and maintain highly specialized anesthesia equipment

     a. Maintain equipment log

     b. Troubleshoot equipment as appropriate

     c. Establish and maintain a regular schedule of maintenance.

     d. Refer serious equipment problems to the appropriate vendor/technician.

3. Organize and maintain sufficient medications and supplies

     a. Maintain inventory and vendor list

     b. Ensure sufficient compressed gas canisters for all machines

     c. Ensure all anesthetizing areas are appropriately supplied

     d. Check and maintain medication refrigerator as appropriate

4. Assist anesthesia personnel with equipment as appropriate

NOTE: Includes Assembly, calibration

5. Disassembly and terminal disinfection and/or disposal of all used equipment and supplies according to standards of infection control.

6. Participates in all Corporate Compliance activities as appropriate.


NOTE: This job description is subject to change based on the needs of the department/group.

Thank you for your interest in Integrated Anesthesia Associates, LLC, the premier independently owned, private practice/academic hybrid anesthesia group in Connecticut.

With our continued expansion throughout the region, we are seeking talented and motivated professionals to join our team in beautiful Connecticut, practicing subspecialty and general anesthesiology during all facets of perioperative care at multiple, state-of-the-art locations.

APPLY NOW. Upload your CV and cover letter here. 
We look forward to hearing from you. 

This is a full-time position working directly with the Hartford County Division of Integrated Anesthesia Associates in Hartford Connecticut.

Please NOTE: IAA is not offering a work visa for this position. We are looking for serious applicants who are interested in long-term work as a Research Assistant with our practice. Serious inquiries need only apply.

In this highly-valued Research Assistant role, you will serve as an integral part of the research department and interact with physician investigators and research team members that consist of clinical research staff, attending anesthesiologists, fellows, residents, student nurse anesthetists, research interns, and administrators. We are seeking motivated individuals who desire a fulfilling position in an active clinical research department and is interested in professional growth. There is potential for advancement within the field depending on abilities and motivation.

Main responsibilities include but are not limited to the following:

  • Assist with drafting Institutional Review Board (IRB) protocols, manuscripts, posters, and any materials dedicated for publication
  • Help create data visualizations (graphs, charts, tables, etc.) for publications, presentations, etc.
  • Carry out publication submissions
  • Draft grant proposals
  • Assist with the successful conduct of ongoing and future research projects
  • Assist with (IRB) communication and application
  • Help with data collection and data entry for statistical analyses
  • Help coordinate statistical analysis
  • Help coordinate IAA Research Internship Program
  • Manage incoming and outgoing volunteers
  • Interview and help choose volunteer applicants each seasonal session (approximately 5 applicants per session & 4 sessions per year)
  • Supervise and guide current volunteers: assign projects, teach medical writing, coordinate live training, and clinical experiences
  • Participate in quality improvement initiatives
  • Log clinical characteristics, registry information, and qualitative/quantitative patient survey data
  • Regularly create reports of quality metrics for the clinical team

    APPLY NOW: Upload your CV and cover letter here > 

    We look forward to hearing from you.

Thank you for your interest in becoming an IAA Research Intern. 

We are currently seeking Interns and volunteers for our Research and Development Programs. 

Learn more about our Research and Development Departments and how to apply.

We look forward to hearing from you. 

Year-long Fellowship Program with Integrated Anesthesia Associate’s Fairfield County Division

Are you interested in a Regional Anesthesia and Pain Medicine fellowship with IAA?
LEARN MORE here and APPLY ONLINE here. We look forward to hearing from you!

Fellowship Overview:
As an IAA Fellow, you’ll work with the IAA Fairfield County Division (FCD) team to learn how to develop a robust regional anesthesia program from inception and execution.

In this role, you’ll experience valuable time at our busy affiliate surgical centers (ASCs) learning how to manage a fast-paced environment safely, efficiently, and effectively.

Our fellows perform (on average) 300 nerve blocks per month with a total of 4500 over the course of the 12-month fellowship. 

Additionally, as an integral team member of our robust research department at IAA FCD, you’ll enjoy multiple opportunities to attend and present findings at national anesthesia meetings. Our team has had multiple poster presentations accepted and presented at ASA, ASRA, IARS, and PGA, with IAA covering all associated costs of attendance.

Visit our Fellowship Program page for more information on

  • Training and responsibilities
  • Primary and secondary locations
  • Benefits and conditions
  • Fellowship faculty
  • Application process
  • and more

The Hartford County Division of Integrated Anesthesia Associates currently accept 4 fellows per year. This unique and robust 12 month-long training program is equally divided into 4 rotations: Learn more by following the links below.

  1. Advanced Regional

  2. Orthopedic Regional

  3. Pediatric / Research / Intra-op / Outpatient (PRIO)

  4. Attending Anesthesiologist – Hartford Hospital & The Hospital of Central Connecticut

 

Benefits & Conditions

  • Fellows will take NO CALL or work weekends or holidays during the entire year of fellowship. This helps to ensure patient continuity on the regional anesthesia & acute pain service. Fellows are welcome to moonlight by doing additional shifts for compensation, provided they do not interfere with the usual daily schedule. However, these shifts are neither mandatory nor expected.
  • In addition to the competitive salary, fellows have 4 weeks of vacation, 1 week for academic activities that can be used to attend a conference or to take board exams. They also receive $3750 for CME, fully paid CT medical license, DEA, controlled substance license, and society dues.
  • Fellows can participate in oral board review sessions with our faculty members who are official ABA Oral Board examiners, including Dr. Finkel who is an ABA board examiner.
  • Fellows will have other academic opportunities such as presenting a department grand rounds lecture, performing a research project, or attending national anesthesia conferences.

This Hartford County CT– based fellowship program in Regional Anesthesia and Pain Medicine offers an exciting opportunity to master regional and orthopedic anesthesia in a unique training environment.

We have a long history of training successful experts in regional anesthesia and acute pain medicine who move on to fruitful careers in both private practice and academia. As the fellowship director, I look forward to the opportunity to work directly with the fellows to ensure a robust and enjoyable educational experience. Click in to learn more about the program, our clinical location and contact information.

APPLY ONLINE here

We look forward to hearing from you.

IAA’s Dr. Luke Aldo is the Program Director for the University of Connecticut Adult Cardiothoracic Anesthesiology Fellowship.

This is a 1-year ACGME accredited fellowship, and we will be accepting two fellows each year. The goal of the fellowship is to produce confident, well-trained cardiac anesthesiologists.

Our team consists of 11 fellowship-trained cardiac anesthesiologists, all of who have advanced perioperative TEE certification. The majority of clinical experience during the fellowship will take place at Hartford Hospital where we have a well-diversified and exceptional cardiac program.

Hartford Hospital is an 800-bed university-affiliated tertiary care community hospital. The large and growing Hartford HealthCare System allows for a robust volume of complicated patients being transferred for advanced and sophisticated cardiovascular care.

Learn more by visiting the UCONN website for details on this exciting opportunity

Adult Cardiothoracic Anesthesiology Fellowship

We're all on a mission.

You are on a mission to find an exceptional career opportunity. We are an exceptional practice on a mission to find exceptional people like you.

Read on, reach out, get to know us, and consider joining our dynamic team of professionals.
We’d love to hear from you.

Live & work in beautiful CT.
IAA employees enjoy:

  • Four seasons with endless opportunities for outdoor recreation and socialization, including swimming, sailing, skating, skiing, hiking, biking, golfing, gaming, and an array of beach activities, Broadway shows, art, music and cultural opportunities, as well as professional sporting events. 
  • A variety of living environments and location opportunities including thriving cities, beautiful suburbs, beach front communities, and rustic New England homes.
  • Convenient access to New York City and Boston and their many amenities, including international airports.
  • Top rated public and private schools in the nation.
  • Best Healthcare in the nation.  Ranked #3 according to U.S. News

Take the next step

For more information, contact us:

Joseph Vitarelli, PAHM
Chief Operating Officer

Tel (860) 748-6224
Fax (860) 461-0224

Integrated Anesthesia Associates
100 Retreat Avenue, Suite 900
Hartford CT 06106