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OB, T&A, EPS Bundle

Annette N Storm


Michelle Henry



Kelly Garrity


Michelle, Kelly, and Annette brings their topics to life. They are enthusiastic about their specialty and very knowledgeable as well.

Michelle does high risk OB on a daily basis at a level 1 trauma center.
Kelly's love for ENT was honed at a children hospital and level 1 trauma center.
Annette has 20 years of cath lab experience, many of those as the EP CRNA liaison for the anesthesia department. 

This trio is truly the experts you want to learn from.

What's included?

  • 3 Courses
  • 1 Certification
  • 5.5 Class A CEs
  • 31 Learning Videos
  • 3 Outstanding Teachers

Course must be completed by April 30, 2027

OB Anesthesia

OB Anesthesia Review is a course for anyone working in the OB department, whether you work there regularly or only once in a while. Michelle covers both basic and more interesting aspects of the OB anesthesia.
In this course Michelle will guide you through her day spent in the OB department. You will learn about the basic physiologic changes to expect, the delivery procedures normally encountered, the pharmacology involved, and much more. 
Michelle's laid back and no-nonsense style will make the information she delivers appear simple. 

T & A

Tonsillectomy with or without Adenoidectomy is the course for any CRNA not doing these procedures on a regular basis. Dr. Garrity will walk you through what you will experience and what you should be thinking during these ENT procedures. Even for the experienced provider, there may be several points of knowledge either forgotten or maybe never thought of. 

With years of experience doing ENT, Kelly has a firm grasp on the anesthesia for these patients. Children are not just small adults. We hear that all the time, and in this course Kelly will bring that sentence to life with several points. 
Learn electrophysiology and anesthesia for EP procedures the quick and easy way.

Annette brings a wealth knowledge to her lectures. Her insight into electrophysiology procedures is fantastic and may challenge your own approach to how you do these challenging cases. You may even pick up an explanation or two you have not been considering.
Her EPS lectures contain many images she has taken in the EP lab, and these illustrate very well what you may experience during your cases.
Meet the instructor

Michelle Henry

Although originally from outside of Boston; I have been a transplanted southerner since I moved to South Carolina to attend undergrad and fell in love with the warm weather and amazing people.
I graduated with my Masters in 2006 from the University of South Carolina; and started working at Palmetto Health Richland, now Prisma, in Columbia SC. I have been taking call from day 1 at the level 1 trauma center and trauma and OB are my two favorite kinds of cases!
I’m a mom of 2 fantastic daughters who love all kinds of dance so in my time off I can be found driving carpool to the dance academy! I also love to volunteer, working in my garden, traveling and working out.
Michelle Henry - MNA, CRNA
Meet the instructor

Kelly Garrity

I have been providing anesthesia in Columbia, South Carolina, for over twelve years at a combined Level I Trauma Center and Children’s Hospital.
I graduated from the University of South Carolina School of Medicine with a Master of Nurse Anesthesia in 2009. In 2020, I received a Doctorate of Nurse Anesthesia Practice from Texas Wesleyan University.
While I provide anesthesia for all ages and most specialties, my preferred area is pediatric ear, nose, and throat (ENT). Besides being an anesthesia provider, I also enjoy and find great satisfaction in being a clinical instructor to the nurse anesthesia residents that use our institution as their primary clinical site.
One of my favorite quotes is from Benjamin Franklin, “Tell me and I forget. Teach me and I remember. Involve me and I learn.”
When I am not working, I enjoy spending my time hiking in the mountains and traveling with my husband and golden retriever.
Kelly Garrity - DNAP, CRNA
Meet the instructor

Annette N Storm

I am originally from Denmark and moved to the US in 1990 to try out my nursing skills under a different umbrella. I never wanted to be retired, sitting in the proverbial rocking chair and wonder "what if." I like to challenge myself.
I graduated from anesthesia school in 2012 and joined Storm Anesthesia as an instructor in 2013. I have always had a passion for teaching and sharing my knowledge with others. Prior to anesthesia I was the educator in the cardiac catheterization laboratory for several years.
I am passionate about the EP lab and all the intricacies of electrophysiology. My six years in the cath lab prior to anesthesia comes in very handy when I was the liaison person between my anesthesia department and the cath lab.
Annette N Storm - MNA, CRNA