Today’s highly disrupted healthcare environment requires every type of healthcare facility to think of new and novel ways to keep the doors open, to keep staff satisfied, and to ensure patient access to safe and timely care.

An Alternative, Sustainable Approach To Anesthesia Staffing

Investing funds in a sustainable way can meet your staffing needs. By adopting an alternative approach, not only can you mitigate your anesthesia staffing issues but you also can establish a pool of skilled professionals for the future.

The Solution – Build A Pipeline With ARRP

The Anesthesia Remediation & Reentry Program’s (ARRP) aim is to put non-practicing or non-boarded anesthesiologists back to work. This is done by developing and executing individualized remediation programs which are carefully developed and undertaken at selected ARRP-affiliated hospitals. By employing unique, innovative methods, the four-phased program aims to reintegrate and return anesthesiologist to the work they love.

Facilities can achieve a substantial return on their financial investment in starting and maintaining the program, while enrollees can experience the opportunity to re-enter a professionally rewarding career.

In collaboration with your hospital, ARRP can launch in as few as 3-6 months.

Benefits of ARRP


Opportunities for the Hospital Anesthesiology Department

Benefits not only accrue to participating ARRP hospitals, but to their anesthesiology departments as well, leading to more satisfied team members. Existing team members have opportunities to participate on a number of levels including research, program leadership, teaching, and mentorship.

Research Opportunities
  • Write-up and submit case studies
  • Review, analyze, and report on quality outcomes
  • Present at local, state, or national conferences
Committee Participation
  • Curriculum Committee
  • Admissions Committee
  • Clinical Competence Committee
  • Program Evaluation Committee
Serving as Mentors
  • Provide encouragement
  • Suggest ways to address interdisciplinary matters
  • Recommend outlets to pursue clinical interests
Serving as Faculty
  • Observe and critique performance
  • Suggest clinical approaches
  • Complete and review formative evaluations

Hospitals and healthcare systems often have the strongest governance and support structures, but today many large multi-specialty centers or surgical hospitals share many of the same characteristics.


A supportive and aligned hospital executive team


Innovation-minded medical staff office


An anesthesia department that enjoys teaching

Case Type and Compliance Reporting

Hospitals concerned about risk management should be comforted by ARRP’s highly structured and formal approach to supervision and collection of quality data on each provider.