Founded in 1987, Montgomery Anesthesia Associates, P.C. has provided anesthesia services in Montgomery, Alabama at Jackson Hospital, and at Jackson Surgery Center since its inception in 2008. We are currently comprised of 6 Partner Anesthesiologists, 2 Staff Anesthesiologists, and 35 Nurse Anesthetists, who strive to provide the best anesthesia care to the Montgomery area.

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We cover a wide variety of cases, including:

Frequently asked questions

General Anesthesia
General anesthesia occurs when complete unconsciousness is reached and is frequently associated with the need for an airway device to support breathing. Under General Anesthesia, the patient is rendered unconscious and has no awareness of perception of sensation throughout the procedure.

Monitored Anesthesia Care (MAC)
MAC, also commonly referred to as sedation, is when the patient is given an anesthetic that helps relieve pain, discomfort, and anxiety. MAC anesthesia is a spectrum ranging from light sedation to deep sedation depending on the patient’s needs and the surgical procedure.

Regional Anesthesia is used for the administration of local anesthesia to numb distinct parts of your body. Frequently, regional anesthesia is combined with general anesthesia or MAC to provide the greatest degree of safety and comfort. You may remain awake, or you may be sedated to keep you relaxed during the operation. At times, a general anesthetic is needed as well. Additionally, we provide neuraxial anesthesia, such as spinals and epidurals.

Local anesthesia is used to prevent pain or to numb a small site. A local anesthetic drug is injected directly into tissue to numb a smaller, specific area of the body. This can be used for some types of minor surgery.

  • Administration of general anesthesia
  • Administration of regional anesthesia
  • Administration of spinal or epidural anesthesia
  • OB analgesia blocks for pain management
  • Monitored anesthesia care
  • Oral and nasal intubation for surgical intervention or respiratory resuscitation
  • Support of life functions under stress of anesthetic and surgical manipulations including placing and monitoring central lines, PA Catheters, TEE, and arterial lines
  • Preoperative anesthesia assessments
  • Management of patients for special procedures in X-ray Department.
  • Management of patients for special procedures in Cath. Lab.
  • Management of patients for TEE and/or DC Cardioversion in PACU
  • Management of patients requiring MAC anesthesia in the Endoscopy Department.
  • Regional Anesthetic Techniques to improve pain control.
  • Enhanced Recovery Anesthesia Services