There are currently 12 anesthesia assistant programs in the United States located in 9 States. These programs are all credited by the official Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs (CAAHEP). In terms of geographic coverage of Anesthesiologist Assistant Programs by State, 58% of the anesthesia assistant programs are located in the South and 42% are in the Midwest, including Colorado. There are no Anesthesiologist Assistant programs in the West Coast and none in the Northeast of the US.
In short, you will be spending two years at the Anesthesia Assistant school you attend and in clinicals so it’s important that you’re happy which state you are living. In addition, it makes sense that you’ll have a greater chance of getting an Anesthesia Assistant job in the hospitals within the same state after graduation. To clarify, this is because the local State hospitals are more familiar with the training and curriculum that is being taught locally.
Map of Anesthesiologist Assistant Programs by State
Click on the individual states to learn more about AA programs by State.
To make the list user friendly, I’ve listed the Anesthesiologist Assistant Programs by State in Alphabetical order.
Anesthesiologist Assistant Schools Colorado
There is just 1 Anesthesia Assistant School in Colorado
- University of Colorado in Denver, Colorado
There are 3 Anesthesia Assistant Schools in Florida
- Nova Anesthesiologist Assistant in Fort Lauderdale, Florida
- The Nova AA Program in Tampa, Florida
- Nova Anesthesiologist Assistant in Jacksonville, Florida
Anesthesiologist Assistant Programs Georgia
There are 2 Anesthesia Assistant Schools in Georgia
- Emory Anesthesiologist Assistant in Atlanta, Georgia
- South University AA Program in Savannah, Georgia
Anesthesiologist Assistant Schools Indiana
There is just 1 Anesthesia Assistant School in Indiana
- Indiana University School of Medicine in Indianapolis, Indiana
Anesthesiologist Assistant Programs Kansas
There is just 1 Anesthesia Assistant School in Kansas
- University of Missouri–Kansas City in Kansas City, Kansas
AA Schools Ohio
There is just 1 Anesthesia Assistant School in Ohio
- Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio
There is just 1 Anesthesia Assistant School in Texas
- Case Western Reserve University in Houston, Texas
Anesthesiologist Assistant Programs DC
There is just 1 Anesthesia Assistant School in Washington DC
- Case Western Reserve University in Washington DC
Anesthesiologist Assistant Schools Wisconsin
There is just 1 Anesthesia Assistant School in Wisconsin
- Medical College of Wisconsin in Milwaukee, Wisconsin
There are no Anesthesiologist Assistant Programs in the following States
- New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York
- North Carolina
- North Dakota
- Rhode Island
- South Carolina
- South Dakota
- West Virginia
AA Programs by State
We list out in table format all Anesthesia Assistant Schools by State in the United States with detail on the State, City location, degree offered and length of program. All the AA programs have been approved by the the American Academy of Anesthesiologist Assistants (AAAA). Please click on the Anesthesia Assistant School name for more detailed information on the selected Anesthesia Assistant programs.
|School Name||City||State||Degree||Length (Months)|
|Case Western Reserve University||Houston||Texas||MSA||24|
|Case Western Reserve University||Cleveland||Ohio||MSA||24|
|Case Western Reserve University||Washington||DC||MSA||24|
|Nova Southeastern University||Fort Lauderdale||Florida||MSA||27|
|Nova Southeastern University||Tampa||Florida||MSA||27|
|Nova Southeastern University||Jacksonville||Florida||MSA||27|
|University of Missouri-Kansas City||Kansas City||Kansas||MSA||29|
|University of Colorado||Aurora||Colorado||MSA||28|
|Medical College of Wisconsin||Milwaukee||Wisconsin||MSA||28|
In summary, I hope you find the Anesthesiologist Assistant Programs by State helpful. It’s interesting to find that the total number of Assistant Anesthesia Schools of 12 is less than 10% of the total number of CRNA schools by State.
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