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Anesthesia Nursing Program
Eisenhower Army Medical Center has been designated as a Phase II training site for the US Army Graduate Program in Anesthesia Nursing conducted jointly by the US Army Medical Department Center and School External Link - Opens in New Window and Northeastern University,External Link - Opens in New Window The program is a fully-accredited 130-week course, which awards graduates the 66F MOS and establishes their eligibility to sit for the National Certification Examination for Nurse Anesthetists.

After 51 weeks of classroom instruction at Fort Sam Houston, Texas, External Link - Opens in New Window this Phase II program site provides classroom and clinical rotations within the Dwight D. Eisenhower Army Medical Center. The student's education is supplemented by clinical rotations to Doctor's Hospital External Link - Opens in New Window (Augusta, GA), the Charlie Norwood Veterans Affairs Medical Center External Link - Opens in New Window (Augusta, GA), Womack Army Medical Center External Link - Opens in New Window (Fort Bragg, NC), Memorial University Medical Center External Link - Opens in New Window (Savannah, GA), and Martin Army Community Hospital External Link - Opens in New Window (Fort Benning, GA).

Successful completion of all academic requirements, and submission of an approved/accepted clinical research article for publication, awards a Master of Nursing Degree in Nursing Anesthesia from Northeastern University.External Link - Opens in New Window Additional information is available by visiting the US Army Nurse Corps External Link - Opens in New Window and the US Army Graduate Program in Anesthesia Nursing External Link - Opens in New Window homepages.

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