After establishing a Nurse Anesthesia Program on its Hattiesburg campus in 2012, the University of Southern Mississippi (USM) recently welcomed it’s fifth class consisting of 20 new students. The university is thrilled to welcome a new cohort who were successfully selected out of many highly-qualified applicants.
Students in the Nurse Anesthesia Program complete three years of learning didactic anesthesia principles in the classroom and practicing in clinical settings through the state. Students who successfully complete the program graduate with their Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) degrees and become eligible to take the Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist (CRNA) exam.
USM’s College of Nursing offers the only nurse anesthesia program in state of Mississippi and is one of only 116 programs in the nation as accredited by the Council on Accreditation of Nurse Anesthesia Educational Programs. Dr. Lachel Story, Interim Chair of the Department of Advanced Practice, tells News.USM.edu,
“The College of Nursing is proud to be the home of the only Nurse Anesthesia Program in Mississippi. Our graduates are improving health care, not only in the state and region but across the country.”
To learn more about the University of Mississippi Nurse Anesthesia Program, visit www.usm.edu/nursing.
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