CRNA – Cumberland Valley Surgery Center – Full Time

US-MD-Hagerstown | Specialty: Practitioner - Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist
Full Time

CRNA – Cumberland Valley Surgery Center – Full Time

  • Requisition ID5100
  • CategoryCRNA

Position Requirements

CRNA opening with Cumberland Valley Surgery Center in Hagerstown, MD, surrounded by rolling farmland and wooded forests

Site Details

The Cumberland Valley Surgery Center is a same-day, multispecialty surgery center based in Hagerstown, MD. It is the longest-serving facility of its type for the community. The center features two treatment rooms providing local/monitored anesthesia care, one operating room designed for procedures requiring general anesthesia, a preoperative area, and a post-anesthesia care area.


  • Awarded America’s Best Ambulatory Surgery Centers 2022 by Newsweek

Case assignments

Pain management, orthopedic, general, dental/oral, gynecology, plastic and reconstructive, podiatry, and endoscopy


Monday-Friday (8-hour shifts). No call.



Lisa Ganz, MSN, CRNA— Lisa Ganz, CRNA, MSN – Advanced Practice Anesthesia Director for Mid-Atlantic Region

Lisa serves as the Director of Advance Practice Anesthesia for the Mid-Atlantic Region. Lisa is respected for her long-standing leadership experience.

Prior to transitioning to APA Director, Lisa served as Chief CRNA for 22 years at UPMC-Hamot in Erie, PA, where she magnified the strengths and maximized the potential of her staff. Lisa earned her BSN from Edinboro University of Pennsylvania, where she later returned to complete her Master of Science in Nursing in 1995.

Lisa is a two-time winner of the Joseph H. Carter award for Clinical Excellence, in recognition of her clinical expertise. She was also awarded the Peter Walker, MD Mission, Vision, and Values Award in December 2017.

Advanced Practice Anesthesia (APA) leaders are unique to NAPA. As an integral part of our regional infrastructure, APA directors are Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists who foster stability and collaboration among local facilities and teams throughout our organization. In her role, Ganz supports the Mid-Atlantic region as a voice for local clinicians, along with being a leader who hears, understands, and values those on our clinical team.

Team Highlights



  • Pre-anesthesia assessment
  • Obtains and/or verifies patient consent
  • Discuss anesthetic options and risks with the patient
  • Induction, maintenance, and emergence from anesthesia
  • Monitoring of the patient’s physiological condition
  • Performance of clinical intervention as needed


  • Current license as a registered professional nurse
  • Graduation from an accredited program of nurse anesthesia education
  • Certified or recertified by the AANA Council on Certification of Nurse Anesthetists


Hagerstown, MD:

Located approximately 70 miles from the city of Baltimore, MD, Hagerstown is in Maryland’s north-central region. The town is situated in Cumberland Valley, between the scenic Blue Ridge Mountains and the Allegheny Mountain Range. This small town and the surrounding vicinity are steeped in historical and cultural attractions, and offer a diverse network of parks and recreational options.

  • Area Attractions:
    • Antietam National Battlefield
    • Antietam Creek Water Trail
    • Maryland Theatre
  • Nearby Colleges and Schools:
    • Hood College, Mount St. Mary’s University, University System of Maryland at Hagerstown
    • Highland View Academy, Barbara Ingram School for the Arts, Marshall Street School, Saint James School

Total Rewards

  • Salary: $91.35/hr ($190K annually)
  • Sign-on bonus: $30K
  • Training assistance or loan repayment program options available
  • Generous paid time off
  • Generous benefits package, including:
    • Health, life, vision, dental, disability, and AD&D insurance
    • Flexible Spending Accounts / Health Savings Accounts
    • 401(k)
    • SuProfit-sharing
    • Fully paid malpractice insurance coverage
    • Leadership and professional develop

About North American Partners in Anesthesia

North American Partners in Anesthesia (NAPA) has evolved through more than 30 years to become a leader in anesthesia and perioperative services. Single specialty and clinician led, we remain committed to our mission of delivering exceptional patient experiences, every day. At NAPA, we cultivate leaders, promote work-life balance, and celebrate diversity. We know your success promotes our success, and we give you the tools and programs to achieve your goals. With flexibility, a collegial and collaborative environment, a wide range of market-leading benefits, and career opportunities from coast-to-coast, your future is waiting at NAPA.

EEO Statement

North American Partners in Anesthesia is an equal opportunity employer.