We list out all the CRNA Schools by City and CRNA Programs by City in the list below. In total, there are 124 CRNA Schools in the US as of 2021. The CRNA Schools by City is a good place to start your due diligence on schools you are interested to apply to because City location is one of the most important factors on where to study.
The cities that have the most number of CRNA programs are Baltimore, Birmingham, Charleston, Cleveland, Detroit, Fort Worth, Houston, Kansas City, Miami, Minneapolis, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Portland and St. Louis. All of these cities have two or more CRNA schools.
There’s only one nurse anesthetist program in NYC but there’s many nearby for those interested in living in New York City.
We go over all the CRNA Schools in Chicago, Illinois.
There are a lot of CRNA programs in Phillly, PA and nearby and we go through all of them.
All CRNA Schools by City
In this section, we list out CRNA Programs by City in the United States. All the CRNA programs have been approved by the Council on Accreditation of Nurse Anesthesia Educational Programs. Please click on the CRNA School name for more detailed information on the selected CRNA program.
Best CRNA Programs
We spent hundreds of hours studying all CRNA schools and interviewing over 125 nurse anesthetists to create our exclusive list of Best CRNA Schools. So now you know what the CRNA Programs by City are, your next research is to compare the Best CRNA programs with the CRNA schools by City in order to see which CRNA schools are the best fit and which programs you should apply to.
Nurse Anesthetist Starting Salary
As you’re interested in CRNA Schools by City, be sure to check out our CRNA Salary Guide and CRNA Starting Salary. If you are still a student or if you’re wondering how much a fresh CRNA can make right out of nurse anesthesia school, this information will be especially helpful. You might be surprised too! We spent hundreds of hours researching salary information from the BLS, the AANA CRNA survey from over 5,000 actual nurse anesthetists as well as from my own CRNA job offers after I graduated. In addition, different states have different demand and supply economics for nurse anesthetists, so our CRNA Salary by State Guide will help you see which States are the best fit for you.
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