Rebecca Bidinotto MHS, BSN, CRNA
Title: Associate Professor of Instruction, Associate Dir. Nurse Anesthesia Program
Office: MGH 302B
Rebecca Bidinotto received an Associate Degree in Nursing from Youngstown State University in 1984, a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Nursing from Bowling Green State University in 1993, a Masters in Health Science degree from LaRoche College and graduated from St. Elizabeth’s Health Center School for Nurse Anesthetist in 1998. Rebecca has immense nursing experience in Adult and Pediatric ICU, Life Flight, Cardiac Interventional Lab, Clinical Research and Nurse Anesthesia. She has worked at The Cleveland Clinic Foundation main campus, University Hospitals of Cleveland, St. Elizabeth Health Center, and Trumbull Memorial Hospital, and continues to provide anesthesia and serves as clinical instructor at MetroHealth Medical Center-Level I Trauma Center, where she was nominated for the Advanced Practice Nurse Excellence Award in 2006. Her focus of interest is pediatric and remote anesthesia. Rebecca is a decorated Lieutenant Colonel in the United States Army Reserves where she has performed anesthesia in Afghanistan, Iraq, Germany, Alaska and West Point. In addition, she has provided anesthesia for the underserved in Honduras and is a Site Coordinator for Service Day Social Ministry at St. Albert the Great Church. Rebecca has provided multiple lectures and presentations for military and civilian personnel.