Nearby Cities

Templeton (21.09 mi)

Nearby Zip Codes

93428 (1) (0.52 mi)
93465 (2) (21.67 mi)
Add Listing

Anesthesiologist Cambria, CA



In Your Area
Enter or

Anesthesiologist Cambria, CA

Find an anesthesiologist in Cambria, CA to help treat painful conditions.

Results for Cambria, CA

  • George Lewis Jr, MD 100 Points

    395 Drake St
    Cambria, CA 93428
  • Stephen Mulder, MD 100 Points

    Distance: 21.09 mi
    PO Box 605
    Templeton, CA 93465
  • Steven Wheeler, MD 100 Points

    North County Outpatient Ctr
    Distance: 21.09 mi
    PO Box 147
    Templeton, CA 93465
  • Boris Pilch, MD 120 Points

    Distance: 30.66 mi
    10 Santa Rosa St Ste 201
    San Luis Obispo, CA 93405
  • Owen Shea, MD 100 Points

    Coastal Anesthesiologist Assoc
    Distance: 30.66 mi
    11545 Los Osos Valley Rd Ste A5
    San Luis Obispo, CA 93405
  • Saul David, MD 100 Points

    Distance: 30.66 mi
    11545 Los Osos Valley Rd
    San Luis Obispo, CA 93405
  • S Jeyanadarajan, MD 100 Points

    Distance: 30.66 mi
    1911 Johnson Ave
    San Luis Obispo, CA 93401
  • Julie Smelser, MD 100 Points

    Ucsf Medical Ctr
    Distance: 30.66 mi
    11545 Los Osos Valley Rd A
    San Luis Obispo, CA 93405

Nearby Cities

Templeton (21.09 mi)

Anesthesiologist Info

Anesthesiologist Summary:
An anesthesiologist is a physician who has been trained in the study of medications and administers these medications to help patients manage pain because of an injury or accident, during and after surgery, and during certain medical procedures.

An anesthesiologist usually works in a hospital or trauma medical center. An anesthesiologist deals with scheduled procedures as well as emergency cases, such as accidents or injuries that require immediate surgery.

Education and Training: To become an anesthesiologist, 4 years of undergraduate study are required. Then, the anesthesiologist must complete 4 years of medical school and an additional 3 to 8 years of residency. Once this schooling and training is finished, the student can become a certified anesthesiologist by passing the American Board of Anesthesiologists Certification Exam (re-certification exam must be passed every 10 years) and the state licensing exam. Each state in the United State has a licensing exam for anesthesiologists.

Anesthesiologist FAQs:
What is an


An Anesthesiologist is a physician who administers anesthesia for pain relief during procedures, surgical and non-surgical. An Anesthesiologist closely monitors patient's vital signs and adjusts the anesthetics appropriately during surgery. Some minor procedures do not require the services of a Anesthesiologist.

When would I need an Anesthesiologist?
You would need an Anesthesiologist if you were having surgery or a painful procedure.

What types of anesthesia do Anesthesiologists use?
There are three types of anesthesia that Anesthesiologists use: local, regional, and general. Local Anesthesia numbs a body part, Regional Anesthesia numbs the entire area of the body, and General Anesthesia makes the patient unconscious. All anesthesia has to be carefully monitored by an Anesthesiologist.

How is anesthetic administered?
The method used by the Anesthesiologist also depends on the type of procedure being performed and the patient's medical history. Usual methods are through the use of topical creams or sprays, IV, injection, inhalation, and suppository form.

How do I find an Anesthesiologist in my city and state?
The directory will help you locate an Anesthesiologist in your state. Select Anesthesiologist from the professionals menu and select the state that you are looking to locate an Anesthesiologist in. After you have located your state, find the city that you will need an Anesthesiologist in. Select the state and city and you will see a list of Anesthesiologists in your city and state.

Anesthesiologist Related Terms:
sedative, surgery, medication, administering, pain control, intravenous, IV, injection, monitor, vital signs, medical procedure, post-surgery, epidural, nerve block, pain management.