Latest News from NJSSA

  • NJSSA Welcomes New Officers

    The new NJSSA Officers are honored to be elected to these roles and look forward to serving the members of our New Jersey Society. We are committed to bringing the best care to our patients and to our anesthesiology community.

Please support our PAC! - NJ Scope of Practice Requirements are Under Attack by APNs.  
NJSSA has been fighting back against scope expansion legislation and is currently hard at work launching a public affairs campaign to educate lawmakers on the risks of independent practice, specifically in anesthesia care.  Read More Here.

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New Jersey Statehouse Update

Thursday, July 15th  - Monthly Update

As previously reported, Governor Phil Murphy signed the budget on June 29th, which was passed by the Legislature and totals $50.6 billon in state funds. The budget is intended for the upcoming Fiscal Year of 2023, running from July 1, 2022 to June 30, 2023. Legislative activity has now died down as the State Legislature breaks for summer recess. However, the Governor's office continues to remain active as Governor Murphy continues to sign legislation that passed both Chambers of the Legislature into law. 


Annual Meeting - 2022

Unable to attend our virtual Annual Meeting on February 12th?  No problem!

View the recording here.

View the Poster Abstracts here.


The New Jersey State Society of Anesthesiologists, Inc. (NJSSA) is an organization of physicians dedicated to upholding the highest standards of the profession of anesthesiology and committed to serving as an advocate for anesthesiologists and their patients.

National Calendar

Central Line: Perioperative Infection Control

Dr. Striker discusses infection control in the perioperative period with Dr. Kumar Belani, co-guest editor of the ASA Monitor’s August issue. Listen as they discuss the role of anesthesiologists in preventing infections and reducing post-operative infections, the specifics of hand hygiene and disposables, best practices for mitigating COVID transmission, and more. Recorded June 2022.