William A. Edwards, DNP, APN-A, CRNA, PMH-BC, Nurse Anesthetist

William A. Edwards, DNP, APN-A, CRNA, PMH-BC

Nurse Anesthetist

316 Church Rd Brick Township NewJersey, 08723

About

William A. Edwards, DNP, APN-A, CRNA, PMH-BC is a Nurse Anesthetist and soon to Nurse Practitioner as well. He currently serves his patients throughout New Jersey in multiple locations. To begin his career, William attended nursing school when he was a CNA at Ocean County College and attained his Associates Degree in 2009. He worked in a range of settings and continued his academic pursuits and has completed his doctoral work at Thomas Jefferson University earning a DNP degree with a specialization in Nurse Anesthesia. He is continuing his studies at Thomas Jefferson University to become an Acute Care Nurse Practitioner and graduates this summer. With over a decade of nursing experience in the field, William is an active member of The Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing and the American Nurses Association to remain up to date in his field. On a more personal note, he attributes his success to always providing is personal best care to his patients, using empathy and as he describes it, being human.


Education and Training

Manchester Township High School Diploma 06/2004

Ocean County College Nursing AAS 05/2009

Kean University 12/2014 Nursing BSN

Thomas Jefferson University Doctorate of Nursing Practice - Nurse Anesthesia 09/2020

Nursing Specialization

Anesthesia and Critical Care

Provider Details

Male English 11 of experience

Awards

  • Sigma Theta Tau Honor Society - Sigma Delta Rho Leadership Award - Thomas Jefferson University - 2020
  • Spirit of Nursing Award - Exemplifying Nature of Nursing - Kean University 2014
  • Teresa Birmingham Nursing Leadership Award - Promoting Excellence in Nursing Leadership - Monmouth Medical Center - 2012
  • Caring Heart Award - Demonstrating Passion for Nursing During Clinical Rotations - Ocean County College - 2009
  • Sigma Theta Tau Graduate Induction - Suma Cum Laude - 2020
  • Sigma Theta Tau Undergraduate Induction - Magna Cum Laude - 2015

What do you attribute your success to?

  • I attribute my success to staying objective and being in flow with life. I dont try to avoid situations, I embrace change and challenges, and I have always tried to learn from situations I found myself in. I follow my gut/intuition and what feels right at the right moment. I believe The Universe sometimes nudges us along and by going with the flow and staying open, I found success. And of course, studying longer hours than most and quite a bit of elbow grease helped

Hobbies / Sports

  • Reading, Meditation, Travel, Dancing

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