Anesthesiology opportunity in Central Texas

Anesthesiology opportunity in Central Texas

Need BC/BE Texas license Anesthesiologist to join MSG
Employed position
Starting salary is very competitive and negotiable
Full benefit package including sign on bonus, stipend, and relocation.
Job code SP589

You will be responsible for administering anesthesia to patients undergoing surgical or medical procedures. Your expertise will be crucial in ensuring the safe and effective management of anesthesia, delivering optimal pain relief, and monitoring patients throughout their perioperative journey.


  1. Patient Assessment: Conduct thorough preoperative evaluations, review medical histories, and assess patients’ overall health to develop personalized anesthesia plans.
  2. Anesthesia Administration: Administer various anesthesia types, such as general, regional, and local anesthesia, tailored to meet individual patient needs and procedural requirements.
  3. Monitoring and Care: Monitor patients’ vital signs, anesthesia levels, and response to anesthesia during surgery to ensure their safety and make adjustments as necessary.
  4. Emergency Preparedness: Be prepared to respond promptly and effectively to any anesthesia-related emergencies, managing critical situations with expertise and composure.
  5. Collaborative Approach: Collaborate closely with surgeons, nurses, and other medical staff to coordinate anesthesia plans, ensuring seamless patient care and positive surgical outcomes.
  6. Postoperative Management: Provide postoperative care, manage pain relief, and address any complications that may arise after anesthesia administration.
  7. Equipment and Supplies: Oversee anesthesia equipment, ensuring proper functionality, maintenance, and availability of necessary supplies.
  8. Continued Education: Stay updated with advancements in anesthesia techniques, medications, and technologies, continuously improving your knowledge and skills.
  9. Patient Communication: Educate patients and their families about anesthesia procedures, potential risks, and postoperative care instructions, ensuring informed decision-making.
  10. Documentation: Maintain accurate and detailed records of anesthesia administration, patient responses, and other relevant information, adhering to industry standards and protocols.


  1. Medical Degree: Hold a Doctor of Medicine (MD) or Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine (DO) degree from an accredited medical school.
  1. Anesthesiology Residency: Completed an accredited anesthesiology residency program, gaining comprehensive training in anesthesia techniques and patient care.
  1. Board Certification: Possess board certification or eligibility in Anesthesiology from the American Board of Anesthesiology (ABA) or equivalent certification bodies.
  2. State Licensure: Hold a valid medical license to practice as an Anesthesiologist in Texas.
  1. Excellent Communication: Strong interpersonal and communication skills to effectively interact with patients, medical staff, and support personnel.
  1. Attention to Detail: Meticulous in patient assessment, documentation, and anesthesia administration to ensure patient safety and optimal outcomes.
  1. Commitment to Patient Care: Demonstrated dedication to providing exceptional patient care and ensuring patient comfort throughout the perioperative process.

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Anesthesiology opportunity in Central Texas