Purchasing malpractice insurance as an SRNA can be overwhelming. Some schools provide coverage through a carrier of their choice, while other times, you are required to obtain a policy on your own. It’s always best to begin by discussing your options with your program. Since you will now be rendering care to patients, there is always risk involved. With any option, be sure that you have malpractice insurance coverage in place before stepping into your clinical setting.
AANA Insurance Services offers the same superior coverage to SRNAs that we do for CRNAs – at a fraction of the cost. For $275 per year, you will get the same superior coverage and service that our CRNAs enjoy.
Our coverage is provided on an occurrence basis which means a claim will always be covered as long as the event causing the claim happened during the policy period. Also, you would never be required to purchase a tail for this policy, but your previous work will stay covered.
Our student policy has no deductible and limits of $1million/$3million* with unlimited defense costs. Should you ever need defense, it will be provided at no additional cost and will be paid outside of the policy limits. This defense would include deposition representation and a pure consent to settle clause. That means in order to settle any claim, your written consent is always required.
School and Faculty protection is included in this policy at no extra charge. They are listed as additional insureds on all student policies.
There is a specific Expanded Professionals Endorsement on this policy that allows you to work as a registered nurse as well as in an SRNA capacity.
As an added bonus, you have the full AANA Insurance Services team at your disposal. Our experienced professionals are available to answer any malpractice-related questions you may have.
To learn more about coverage for clinicals, visit Malpracticeinsurance.AANA.com/SRNA or email email@example.com. We welcome the opportunity to be of service!
*Florida limits are $250,000/$750,000 unless otherwise required.