Capitol Anesthesiology Association was founded in 1973. The firm is made up of more than eighty qualified physicians who specialize in Anesthesiology. Some of the services offered by CAA include Local Anesthesia, Regional Anesthesia, Cardiovascular Anesthesia, General Anesthesia, Obstetric Anesthesia, and Pediatric Anesthesia.
Some of the medical facilities served include Seton Medical Center, Seton Hays, Brackenridge Hospital, and Seton Shoal Creek Hospital. The Ambulatory Surgery Centers are Northwest Surgery Center, CAREOS, Strictly Pediatrics, Inspire Surgical Center, and Reproductive Medicine Associates among others.
CRNA’s and CAA physicians have supported several philanthropic organizations. Most of CAA’s Practitioners donate skills and time to support mission groups providing medical attention to underserved regions across the globe. Some of the community projects served in Austin Smiles, Eels on Wheels, Family Eldercare, and Partnerships for Children, and Operation Smile among others.
American Board of Anesthesiology authorizes CAA’s physicians. Some of the organization’s doctors are still in the process of board certification. Also, most physicians have pursued advanced training. The physicians have specialized in different fields of anesthesia such as Pediatric, cardiothoracic, and obstetric anesthesiology among others.
The Anesthesia process provided by CAA’s physicians is efficient and safe for patients. The process helps to alleviate anxiety and pain during, after, and before surgical procedures. The classifications of anesthesia provided comprise of Local, Regional, and General Anesthesia. General Anesthesia is applied when extensive surgery is performed. General Anesthesia is used when an individual is needed to be still and unconscious. On the other hand, Regional Anesthesia helps to control pain after an operation is done.