Capitol Anesthesiology: Serving Patients and the Community

Capitol Anesthesiology offers a variety of anesthesia services, including general (completely unconscious), regional (specific region of the body), and local or MAC also known as “Monitored Anesthesia Care” anesthesia (small tissue area). Other services consist of pediatric (children related), obstetric (pregnancy and childbirth), and cardiovascular and thoracic anesthesia (heart and lungs related).

Trust and dependability in the staff members of Capitol Anesthesiology is certain. Physicians are either board certified by the American Board of Anesthesiology or are currently achieving their board certification. Many of the physicians have also acquired advanced training in specialized areas of anesthesia. Along with these physicians Capitol Anesthesiology’s Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists (CRNAs) have obtained board certification in anesthesia along with graduate level education. By working together with the physicians they ensure a stress-free anesthesia experience for their patients.

Not only does Capitol Anesthesiology serve at numerous hospitals across the Austin, Texas vicinity, but they also contribute greatly to charities such as Austin Smiles and other notable organizations such as Operation Smile and Family Eldercare.

January 15, 2017

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Capital Anesthesiology Association Helps the Local Community

Capital Anesthesiology Association located in Austin, Texas, and established in 1973, provides the community with over 80 physicians and a variety of anesthesia practices in many healthcare facilities in the Austin region. These services include general anesthesia, regional anesthesia, monitored Anesthesia Care, and pediatric anesthesia. The highly skilled team tailors treatment plans for their patients. The physicians trained in the finest hospitals in the country.

Capital Anesthesiology Association physicians and CNRNA’s supports the local community with many charities and philanthropic involvement. One example is Austin Smiles, which helps children in Latin America who have cleft palates get the necessary surgery. A similar organization that they help is Operation Smile, which helps children with cleft palates. They also help local kids with Children’s Medical Center Foundation. This organization raises money for sick children in the Central Texas area. Another organization benefitted by CAA is Eels on Wheels. This charity teaches handicapped people how to scuba drive.

January 3, 2017

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