Texan Anesthesiology Association provides comprehensive, safe, and reliable mobile anesthesia services while facilitating the ability to increase practice revenue and significantly enhance patient satisfaction. We are dedicated to providing highly individualized anesthesia coverage centered around your practice's needs and scheduling preferences.


We can convert a room in your office into a procedure area within fifteen minutes of our arrival. We also provide all necessary staff, equipment, medications and supplies.


We are experienced in all aspects of office-based anesthesia and recovery. We use the newest and safest techniques to provide the highest level of comfort while allowing rapid recovery from anesthesia.


  • Our anesthesia services allows quick procedure turnover time, speedy discharge from facility, and allows you to see patients between procedures or perform other practice-related tasks.
  • We provide full in-office outpatient surgical support, allowing you to concentrate fully on the procedure with convenience and efficiency for your patient.


  • We provide highly personalized services that dramatically enhance patient satisfaction with office-based experience.
  • From the moment the patient walks through the doors to the moment of discharge, we address every concern the patient may have.
  • We use short-acting anesthesia medications that enhance the patient's well being after procedure and facilitate easy return to normal daily functions. Patients are typically ready for discharge within 30 minutes of procedure completion.
  • Patient satisfaction is further enhanced through pre-operative telephonic interviews before the day of surgery, and postoperative follow-up the day after surgery to determine their level of satisfaction with our care.
  • Patients have less out of pocket expenses, and are able to benefit from efficient scheduling and less time away from family and work.

FAQ - Practitioners

How do we schedule for office-based anesthesia?

Many of our practitioners' offices have set days every month that are reserved for scheduling anesthesia required procedures. Typically, offices will either fill a day or arrange at least four cases per day, with the exception of our plastic and dental offices that require more time for a procedure. We are happy to work with each office and develop a plan that works for you.

What type of space or equipment is required to have you come to our office?

Your office does not need any special equipment. We bring all of the necessary equipment and monitors with us. All we ask for is a procedure room and one examination room that can be used for a recovery room.

What are the NPO guidelines?

  • Patient must not eat or drink anything after 11 PM on the night before procedure
  • If the procedure is scheduled after 10 AM, then he or she may have up to one cup or 8 ounces of water or clear liquids up to three hours before scheduled time of procedure. Clear liquids are any type of liquid that you can see through clearly when poured into a glass such as Gatorade, PowerAde, or black coffee. No milk or dairy.

If criteria above is not followed, patient's procedure may be postponed or cancelled.

What are some of the other requirements that the patient should be aware of?

Patients should wear comfortable clothing for their procedure with short sleeves to allow easy access for starting IV's. They are required to have a responsible adult with them at the procedure and to drive them after, due to the medications used for their sedation.

How do you save patients money?

Our anesthesia services are very cost-effective. Patients do not have to pay thousands of dollars for hospital or surgery center facility fees and separate charges to the anesthesiologist. Our comprehensive solution provides a board-certified anesthesiologist, nursing staff, all medication and equipment for pre and post procedure, and recovery care.

What type of patients do you treat?

We treat patients of all ages. We have provided anesthesia for many patients with MH/MR or Autism spectrum disorders and some with combative histories. We have also treated many patients with disorders, including insulin dependent diabetics, seizure disorders, asthma, developmental delay, cerebral palsy, and many other neurologic and other medical disorders in office.

Please contact our office with any specific questions and especially if the patient has a history of malignant hyperthermia (high fever during or following anesthesia), cardiac problems (besides innocent heart murmurs), or severe lung problems.

Further Questions

At Texan Anesthesiology Association, our goal is to be the premier provider of office-based anesthesia for the Central Texas region. We endeavor to help you and your patients understand how simple and safe this process can be, alleviating any and all concerns, as well as helping your staff understand our simple scheduling procedures. We are happy to speak with patients to discuss our process and answer any questions they may have.

E-mail us Info@TexanAA.com
Give us a call 512.596.1775