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Anesthesiologist Assistants

Work Environment

Anesthesiologist assistants typically work in hospitals that are well equipped, lighted, and ventilated. They may also work at separate surgical centers and ambulatory care facilities, which also require a clean and well-lit environment. They may work in an individual or group practice or through a medical center affiliation. Work hours are usually regular, with surgical procedures planned in advance. Anesthesiologist assistants work under the supervision of anesthesiologists and must have clear communication skills and the ability to follow specific directions. They must also work well with others as they are part of the care team.

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