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ORANA Annual Conference
September 18-20, 2015
** Register by August 15th and save $100! **
Meeting at the Marriott:
New Place, Same Outstanding Meeting!
Join us for the 2015 ORANA Annual Conference,
held at the beautiful Portland Waterfront Marriott!
20 CEs available, including 6 pharmacology hours
& a hands-on ultrasound lab on Friday!
To register & pay online, go to: https://www.oregon-crna.org/register/
To register by mail, download the form here:
Mail-in registration form
Portland Marriott Downtown Waterfront
1401 SW Naito Parkway, Portland, Oregon 97201
Reserve your room at the discounted rate of $169 before Aug. 15th:
Call the Marriott at 877-901-6632 or reserve online
*Group rate available until August 15, 2015 (unless the block of rooms fills up prior to that date).
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Below is a list of Government Affairs.
Saturday January 10, 2015 seemed like as good a day as any for some philanthropy and to help spread the word about CRNA week. Thus, Dave Andrews, Tommy Munsey, Megan Mallory, Emily Georke, Jenna Fiorella-Bufkin, Scarlet Andrews, Stephan Lewis and myself volunteered with “Friends of Trees”. Over the course of a few hours we helped plant a half a dozen trees all while wearing this years CRNA week t-shirts. It is our hope that we not only did some good for a Beaverton community, but also helped to spread the word about our profession in the process. There is still time to volunteer and educate our communities before CRNA week comes and goes so do your best to spread the word.
Submitted by: Douglas Bufkin, CRNA
President David Andrews, CRNA
PR Co-Chair Douglas Bufkin, CRNA
President Elect Tommy Munsey, President David Andrews, PR Co-Chair Douglas Bufkin
Jenna Bufkin, CRNA, Education Chair Megan Mallory, GRC Chair Emily Goerke
Once again an enthusiastic group of ORANAs membership traveled to Washington DC to meet with our representatives and their legislative staff. We were able to have very productive discussions related to the quality, value and cost effectiveness Nurse Anesthetists bring to the health care market place in the United States.
The following OHP Provider Announcement from the Oregon Health Authority, Division of Medical Assistance Programs is now available:
If you have questions about the information in this e-mail, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
It is with regret and sadness that I have been asked to inform you that one of our ORANA members, Richard C. Marsa, passed away last Saturday, August 14 from lymphoma. Richard has been a member and worked in several "fields" of anesthesia over his years in Oregon. I have known and worked with him off and on over the past 20 years and he will be missed by each one of us that have had the pleasure to work with him.
There will be a memorial service for Richard this coming Saturday, August 21, 2010 at 4PM. This will occur at the Sunset Christian Fellowship church in Hillsboro, OR. The address is 3033 SE 59th Ct., Hillsboro, OR 97123 (located behind and just West of Regal Cinemas Movie-on-TV theaters) off of TV Hwy (SH-8) and SW 234th Ave. in Hillsboro.
I am positive that his wife, Myrna and daughters, would appreciate your attendance if possible, or a card or note could be sent to the home address:
6840 SW 158th Ave.
Beaverton, OR 97007
Thank you for your thoughts, remembrance, and prayers for his family.
Willamette Week: July 7, 2010
"Turmoil at Good Sam: Up to 23 anesthesiologists will lose their jobs in September when Legacy Good Samaritan ends its contract with the Oregon Anesthesiology Group. The hospital plans to replace the doctors with nurse anesthetists. Unhappy physicians and their supporters have raised concerns about whether the switch puts cost savings ahead of patient safety (nurses make less than docs). Legacy spokesman Brian Terrett says the hospital will gain more control but not benefit financially from the transition because anesthesia costs are billed to patients. He added that the nurse anesthetists will be fully credentialed and supervised by doctors."