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Anesthesia program approved
The Office of Higher Education approved the nurse anesthesia program on Monday, March 31, beginning the week of May 17. The program will offer two options of a full-time, three-year, post-baccalaureate DNP for nurses with experience in critical care, as well as a part-time, 24-month certification for registered nurse anesthetists with a master’s degree. The Council on Accreditation of Nurse Anesthesia Educational Programs first approved this nurse anesthesia program in February. A January open house attracted 53 applicants to the program along with information sessions at St. Vincent’s Medical Center, St. Francis Hospital and Quinnipiac’s Center for Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences.