Integrated Anesthesia Associates is a new name but still the same program!
Integrated Anesthesia Associates CRNA Program
100 Retreat Avenue
Hartford, CT 06106
Terri Williams MS, DNAP, CRNA, APRN- Program Director
email: [email protected]
June 1st (Early decision, with GPA >3.5) and September 1st (Final deadline)
Entire Program Cost of CRNA School at Integrated Anesthesia Associates
Tuition is calculated at the 2018-2019 rate. Tuition listed is for new students and covers the duration of the program.
Cost of Tuition: $75,280
*Fees and Total: $92,365
Out of state applicants need to check with CCSU for fees for out of state (varies by state).
*This includes application fees for both CCSU and clinical fee.
CRNA Program Summary
Are you concerned that the Integrated Anesthesia Associates Nurse Anesthesia Program won’t give you the specific experiences or training you need to be a successful CRNA? Learn what standards CRNA Programs must meet in order to be accredited by the Council on Accreditation of Nurse Anesthesia (COA).
This CRNA program (as well as all others that are accredited by the COA) prepares you to take the CCNA certification exam at the conclusion of the program, allowing you to become a CRNA.
The program is front loaded. During the didactic phase (12 months), the student is a full–time student at Central Connecticut State University. The clinical phase (24 months) is offered at the Hartford Hospital and 2560 clinical hours.
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CRNA Program Requirements
Required Bachelor Degree
Bachelor of Science in Nursing or another Bachelor Science degree that the Admissions Committee deems appropriate.
RN license to practice in the US at the time of application, a Connecticut RN license must be obtained in order to begin the clinical phase.
Minimum of one year of current critical care nursing experience.
Critical care is defined as regular hands-on care of patients with life threatening pathophysiology, invasive lines, e.g. pulmonary artery catheters and arterial lines, ventilators; continuous ECG monitoring and interpretation, vaso-active infusions in an intensive care unit.
Preferred areas of critical care experience include: Surgical/Trauma ICU, Cardiothoracic ICU, Neurosurgical/Neuro Trauma ICU, Pediatric ICU or Medical ICU.
The Emergency Department and the PACU are not considered critical care areas.
3.0 and above.
Minimum GRE scores:
GRE is required. Must be taken within the last 5 years.
- BLS (Basic Life Support)
- ACLS (Advanced Cardiac Life Support)
- PALS (Pediatric Advanced Life Support)
Course Prerequisites, a grade of B or better
- *Inorganic/General Chemistry (1 semester)
- *Organic/Biochemistry (1 semester)
- *Human Anatomy & Physiology (2 semesters)
*One semester of chemistry and one semester of anatomy and physiology need to be taken in the past 8 years. Please contact the Program Director with individual concerns.
CRNA School Performance
CRNA School Rankings – Schools by Rank
Ranked #28 for the Master’s 2015 graduating class.
Accredited CRNA Programs are reviewed regularly.
Integrated Anesthesia Associates Nurse Anesthesia Program was reviewed in October 25, 2018. It was given ten years accreditation and will be reviewed again in October 2028.
Class of 2020:
- First Time Test Takers: 100%
- Attrition Rate: 0%
- Employment rate: 100%
An average nurse anesthetist salary in Connecticut
Connecticut CRNA salaries are above the national average with an annual mean wage of $217,360.
An average annual nurse anesthetist salary in the US is $189,190 (according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics 2020 study).
All information given on this site about the Integrated Anesthesia Associates was taken directly from their website.
*This page was updated August 15th, 2021*
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