Glenn S. began working for Arizona Pain two years ago as a Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist – or CRNA. If you have had a procedure at the Scottsdale office of APS, chances are you know Glenn. known for his warm, kind demeanor, Glenn kindly greets each patient in the procedure room. He makes sure patients are treated with care and administered appropriate anesthesia.
“I graduated with a masters degree from Mount Marty College of Nurse Anesthesia,” he says. “I worked at Mayo Clinic on the heart transplant team for five years, and then the baywood Ob/GyN department for three years prior to coming to APS.”Glenn says one of the many perks of working for the pain practice is scheduling. With a young son, his weekend time is precious.
“I like working at APS for the doctors, staff and the hours,” he says. “Without working on weekends, I have time for family, tennis and golf. Ihave a 3 1/2 year old son who keeps me very busy and makes me laugh.”
The CRNA is also known in the office for his fierce love of Sooner football.
“I try to go to 2-3 games a year. boomer sooner!” he says, laughing. “I’m also a boston Red Sox fan and I love to see the yankees lose.”
He says if there is one thing he wished everyone knew about him, it would be that he’s horrible with names and feels bad about it.
Thanks Glenn for your great work leading CRNAs at APS and for your fantastic patient care!