He is board certified in anesthesiology by the American Society of Anesthesiology and completed his residency in anesthesia at Texas Tech Health Sciences Center where he served as chief resident and was named Senior Resident of the Year. He was awarded “Outstanding Faculty of the Year” for two years.
During his time at Kadlec Regional Medical Center, he has been instrumental in implementing quality measures that have brought improvements in patient safety and satisfaction. He serves on several Kadlec and Providence Health System committees that include, the Kadlec Medical Executive Committee, Kadlec OR Utilization Committee, Kadlec Ambulatory Surgery Center Board, Providence Epic clinician optimization resource team and the Providence Ambulatory Care Improvement Committee.
“Premier Anesthesia is fortunate to have someone with a unique background like Dr. Cervantes. He is one of the few leaders in anesthesia that has demonstrated both clinical and business acumen, and his leadership will benefit our providers and Kadlec Regional Medical Center and Providence Health. We are excited about the growth and his strategic vision for the department,” said Adam Grant, Premier Anesthesia Vice President of Operations.
Recently, Dr. Cervantes was named a Fellow of the American Society of Anesthesiologists (FASA). The prestigious designation is the highest recognition awarded by the American Society of Anesthesiologists (ASA). Some of the requirements for FASA designation are active involvement in teaching and mentoring, hospital and community leadership, participation in ASA advocacy efforts, research and board certification.
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