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Hawaii, known as the Aloha State, is the only island and only US State located in the Pacific Ocean. Famous for its diverse range of ecosystems, from mountains & cliffs to rich green forests and beautiful beaches, Hawaii is a dream-in-heaven place to study. Unfortunately, there are no CRNA Schools in Hawaii. The largest university in the State, the University of Hawaii with campuses in Hilo, Kahului, Kapolei and the state capital of Honolulu, does not offer a nurse anesthetist program. The Council on Accreditation of Nurse Anesthesia Educational Programs, which accredits nurse anesthesia programs within the US, is very strict and they have not approved any CRNA programs in Hawaii as of 2021.
There are currently 122 CRNA schools in the United States and 2.4 CRNA schools in each State on average. To compare, there are 13 CRNA schools in Pennsylvania and 9 CRNA schools in Florida. In addition, North Carolina and Tennessee both have 6 CRNA schools. Other States which are similar to Hawaii and do not have CRNA schools include Nevada, Idaho, Wyoming, Vermont, New Mexico, New Hampshire, Alaska, and Montana. There are also not many nurse anesthetist professionals who are living and working in the State of Hawaii.
CRNA Programs in Hawaii Acceptance Rate
In general, the easiest CRNA schools to get into by State are generally in the States with more CRNA schools. For example, the average acceptance rate for CRNA schools in Florida is 30% with 9 CRNA Schools. This compares with an acceptance rate of 13% for CRNA schools in Georgia and 24% in South Carolina, which only have 2 CRNA schools. Because there are no CRNA Schools in Hawaii, this would not apply.
Best CRNA Schools in Hawaii
Other Hawaii CRNA Information
Map of CRNA Schools by State
Because Hawaii is an island in the Pacific Ocean and quite far away from the other US States, there are no States that are nearby in terms of proximity. However, the other States that are on the US West Coast that have CRNA programs include:
The darker the blue color equivocates to more CRNA Schools in the State.
Tier 1 = 6 or more CRNA Schools
2nd Tier = 3 to 5 CRNA Schools
Tier 3 = 1 or 2 CRNA Schools
White means no CRNA schools in the State.
Data source: everythingCRNA
CRNA Salary in Hawaii
Since you’re reading about CRNA Schools in Hawaii, we thought you might be interested in learning about the CRNA Salary in Hawaii if you’re going to work in the State. Be sure to also check out our CRNA Salary Guide and CRNA Starting Salary if you’re still a student or if you’re wondering how much a fresh CRNA can make right out of nurse anesthesia school. Different States have different demand and supply economics of nurse anesthetists, so my advice is to be sure to read up on different states to see which ones fit you best.
Nurse Anesthetist Schools in HI Conclusion
There are currently no CRNA schools in Hawaii. Potential students who are interested in studying nurse anesthesia should consider attending at CRNA schools in the West Coast, which include California, Washington, and Oregon.
Why do you think there are no CRNA Schools in Hawaii? Do you think there is demand for students to study nurse anesthesia in the State of Hawaii? Click the image gallery below for more information on nurse anesthetist programs in HI.
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