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Megan R. Dill

DNAP, MSN, CRNA
Assistant Professor
Nurse Anesthesia

Profile

Dr. Megan Dill has been a Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist for 20 years.  After working in hospital settings for over ten years in anesthesia care team models, she currently provides anesthesia independently in private practice and office-based anesthesia settings.  She owns her own anesthesia company, employing and staffing CRNAs at several oral surgery and dental offices in the area, while maintaining her practice in a private plastic surgery ambulatory center in Shadyside.

Dr. Dill received both her BSN and MSN (concentration in anesthesia) from the University of Pittsburgh. Dr. Dill received her DNAP from Missouri State University in 2017.  Her capstone project evaluated perceptions of patient safety before and after an in-situ simulation training session in a plastic surgery office-based setting.
 

Clinical Emphasis

Independent CRNA practice

Scholarly Emphasis

Research interests include patient safety and nurse anesthesia practice, simulation best practices, and in-situ simulation.

Service

Dr. Dill is a member of the American Association of Nurse Anesthetists, Sigma Theta Tau, and the Pennsylvania Association of Nurse Anesthetists. She is an instructor for the American Heart Association providing ACLS, PALS, and BLS certifications.  To promote the career as a CRNA, she has been speaking to Junior/Senior anatomy and physiology classes and the future health care club/career development at Canon-McMillan High School, yearly, since 2014.