Tom Wenman, CRNA

Stevens Point Anesthesia
500 Vincent Street
Stevens Point, WI 54481

Thomas Wenman  was born and raised near Union Grove, Wisconsin. Tom was the youngest of six boys and graduated from Union High School in 1982. In addition to earning his Bachelor of Science Degree in Nursing, he also competed at the collegiate level and was co-captain of the UW Oshkosh Swim and Dive Team. He was awarded an internship at the Mayo Clinic, working at Rochester Methodist Hospital in the Surgical-Orthopedic Unit.

Upon Graduation, he accepted a position at the Mayo Clinic on the Thoracic/Vascular Unit.  He secured a position as Preceptor, Basic Life Support Representative and CPR Instructor. After 1 year of Clinical work on the Thoracic/Vascular Unit he accepted a position on the Septic Shock/Trauma Surgical ICU at St. Mary’s Hospital in Rochester, MN, also a member of the Mayo Clinic Family of Hospitals. While gaining Critical Care Training, he functioned as a Charge Nurse, received the AACN Education Award and was selected to represent the Mayo Clinic at the International Critical Care Conference in Toronto, Canada.  He served on the Clinical Practice and Clinical Education Committee.  He has earned his Certified Critical Care Registered Nurse Certification and has been Certified in Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) for more than 28 years.

 

He earned his Master of Science in Nurse Anesthesiology Degree in 1997 at Mount Marty College in Sioux Falls, SD.  He began his career as a Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist at Central Wisconsin Anesthesiology and continued as a staff anesthetist at the Wausau Hospital and Health South Surgery Center until 2002.   In addition to his position at Central Wisconsin Anesthesiology, Tom provided anesthesia services for several hospitals in rural communities throughout Northern Wisconsin, covering for anesthesia providers on the weekends as needed.

 

In 2002, Tom began his employment with Stevens Point Anesthesia Associates, providing Anesthesia services for St. Michael’s Hospital, Aspirus Ambulatory Surgery Center and the Ambulatory Surgical Center of Stevens Point. He takes personal satisfaction in making patients as comfortable as possible. He values continuing education opportunities, striving to bring the latest research and techniques in anesthesia to Central Wisconsin. Vigilance, High Standard of Care and state of the art pharmacology and technology are all primary factors in creating the best possible experience for his patients.  Tom appreciates Central Wisconsin and the Stevens Point community and has found his work here incredibly rewarding.

Tom lives between Mosinee and Stevens Point with his wife Bridget.  They have four children and three grandchildren.  When he is not at work, you can find him in his garden, cutting firewood, working on one of his many projects, hunting, fishing, watching the Green Bay Packers and spending time with family and friends.

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