BayCare Clinic's Anesthesiology Specialists integrate pain
management and anesthesia into one cohesive model of care. These
specialists focus on safe surgical conditions and patient comfort
We know that effective pain management is about more than a
short-term condition - it's about improving long term patient
outcomes. In other words, if you feel better, you heal better.
If you are faced with the possibility of surgery, chances are
you will need some type of anesthesia. BayCare Clinic's
Anesthesiologists and Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists
(CRNA) provide Aurora BayCare Medical Center and Aurora BayCare
Ambulatory Surgery Centers with high quality anesthesia care.
For any type of surgery, BayCare Clinic Anesthesiologists and
CRNAs are part of the surgical team, partnering with the surgeons
to provide safe, effective care. CRNAs administer anesthesia,
overseen by an Anesthesiologist who is helping manage patient
Our Anesthesiology Specialists supervise over 13,000 procedures
requiring anesthesia yearly, assisted by state-of-the-art equipment
and the latest surgical interventions.
In fact, we're spearheading some of the best new anesthesia
options around. Our specialists pioneered the use of the Lumbar
Laminectomy under Single Shot Epidurals well as several
industry-leading catheter procedures.
A Pediatric Anesthesiologist has a special interest in children
and pediatric medicine. Pediatric Anesthesiologists take care of
children of all ages and understand a child's special needs. Their
goal is to provide safe conditions during surgery, limit your
child's anxiety, and manage pain after surgery. Learn more
pediatric anesthesia to better prepare your child for
The OB team at Aurora BayCare Medical Center rely on BayCare
Clinic's Anesthesiologists to provide anesthesia care for births
when needed. Our anesthesia team is involved in more than 1200
deliveries a year. To ensure prompt care to patients, a Board
Certified Anesthesiologist and a Certified Registered Nurse
Anesthetist are available in the hospital 24 hours a day. All staff
Anesthesiologists and CRNAs have extensive experience in OB
anesthesia. We offer all current services including epidural
anesthesia and a combined epidural-spinal.
Outpatient anesthesia, also known as ambulatory anesthesia, is
designed so you can go home soon after surgery. Outpatient
anesthesia relies on short-acting anesthetic drugs and specialized
anesthetic techniques to provide a safe surgical experience.
Expectations for Surgery
The BayCare Clinic anesthesia team is responsible for
medical management and anesthetic care of patients throughout the
duration of surgery, providing a safe and comfortable experience.
The type of anesthesia used is determined by the Anesthesiologist
based on the needs of the patient, their medical condition and the
requirements of the surgery.
Communication between the Anesthesiologist and patient is
vital to the anesthesia process. Patients meet with the
Anesthesiologist before surgery to answer questions about their
medical history and any medications they are
BayCare Clinic Anesthesiologists and CRNAs provide patients with
all types of state of the art anesthesia services for a wide
variety of surgeries and procedures. For your peace of mind,
our Anesthesiologists follow the guidelines established by the
American Society of Anesthesiologists (ASA), the American
Association of Nurse Anesthetists (AANA) and The Joint Commission.
Always, our main goal is to ensure your safety and comfort.