Anesthesiologists

Anesthesiologists complete a four-year college program and four years of medical school, after which they also complete a four-year anesthesiology residency training program. In addition, they may complete a fellowship in a subspecialty area, such as for cardiac anesthesia, pain management, or pediatric anesthesia, which involves another year of study. Our anesthesiologists are board certified, or board eligible, by the American Board of Anesthesiology.

Robin Bergbauer, M.D.
Holly Chapman, M.D.
Alex Cheng, M.D.
Robert Clark, M.D.
Nicole Collins, D.O.
Mikhail Glasionov, M.D.
Kevin Kozicz, M.D.
John Morris, M.D.
Holly Novack, M.D.
Emily Olsen, M.D.
Mark Rainosek, M.D.

M.D. Locum Tenens

Locum Tenens anesthesiologists are licensed, and certified physicians who substitute for our group’s core physicians when they are absent. They complete a four-year college program and four years of medical school, after which they also complete a four-year anesthesiology residency training program. In addition, they may complete a fellowship in a subspecialty area, such as for cardiac anesthesia, pain management, or pediatric anesthesia, which involves another year of study.

Nicole Collins, D.O.
Chester Hu, M.D.

Kevin Kozicz, M.D
Kirsten Reinbold, M.D.

Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists (CRNAs)

Certified registered nurse anesthetists have obtained a baccalaureate degree and are licensed as registered nurses.  They then graduate with a master’s degree from an accredited nurse anesthesia education program.  They obtain national certification through AANA.  Our CRNAs have a minimum of five years of clinical experience in an acute care facility.

Suzanne Grey, CRNA
Suzanne Maynard, CRNA
Leslieann Schweiger, CRNA
Jeff Worrell, CRNA

CRNA Locum Tenens

Locum Tenens CRNA are licensed, and certified nurse anesthetists who substitute for our group’s core nurse anesthetists when they are absent. Certified registered nurse anesthetists have obtained a baccalaureate degree and are licensed as registered nurses.  They then graduate with a master’s degree from an accredited nurse anesthesia education program.  They obtain national certification through AANA.  Our CRNAs have a minimum of five years of clinical experience in an acute care facility.

Pam Boyleston, CRNA
Patti Hendrix, CRNA

Sandy Penner, CRNA