Alyssa Roegner, CRNA, MSN has worked as a Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist (CRNA) since 2015. She is currently practicing in Metro Detroit and serves as one of nine CRNAs on the hospital’s heart team. As a CRNA, she spends a lot of time in surgery, obstetrics, cardiac cath lab, vascular lab, and endoscopy. Working midnights, she sees plenty of trauma cases and responds to hospital emergencies to manage patients’ airways. Alyssa received her Master of Science in Nurse Anesthesia from Duke University in 2015. In 2011, she received her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from the University of South Carolina Upstate.
During her time at Upstate, she played four years of NCAA Division I college soccer, serving as captain for 3 of those years, and graduated at the top of her nursing class. She went on to work as a nurse for a year and a half in the Medical/Pulmonary ICU at Spartanburg Regional Medical Center, a level I trauma center before returning to anesthesia school.
Alyssa is an active member of both the American Association of Nurse Anesthetists (AANA) and the Michigan Association of Nurse Anesthetists (MANA).
In 2017, Alyssa became extremely passionate about living a lifestyle that promoted health and wellness. She dedicated herself to researching and learning the science behind IV Vitamin Therapy, and then experienced the immense benefits while incorporating it in to her own wellness practices. Looking your best has a great impact on feeling your best, so in 2018, Alyssa was trained to administer Botox/Xeomin.
Alyssa’s goal at Ultimate Wellness is to help everyone discover how good they were truly made to feel. Her number one priority is educating every single client and sharing her passion for health and wellness with them. She is devoted to assisting them take charge of their own health and be there every step of the way on their wellness journey!
In her spare time, Alyssa loves lifting weights and staying active, spending time with her boyfriend and family, walking and playing with her golden retriever, hiking, listening to podcasts, and watching college football!