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Synonyms for nurse practitioner

a registered nurse who has received special training and can perform many of the duties of a physician

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Through its 20,000 affiliated physicians and advanced practice clinicians, TeamHealth offers outsourced emergency medicine, hospital medicine, critical care, anesthesiology, orthopedic hospitalist, acute care surgery, obstetrics and gynecology hospitalist, ambulatory care, post-acute care and medical call center solutions to more than 3,200 acute and post-acute facilities and physician groups nationwide.
As a point of comparison, respondents were also asked about their comfort with care provided by two other advanced practice clinicians already licensed in the state: advanced practice register nurses (APRN) and physician assistants (PA).
The nurse practitioner (NP) also is an advanced practice clinician prepared with specialist education at the master's or doctoral level in a defined area of practice (AACN, 2012).
3) Several advocacy and professional organizations have recognized advanced practice clinicians as technically qualified and appropriate providers of abortion care.
Offered on a complimentary basis to CNA producers as well as existing and potential policyholders, this month's webinars are focused on risks faced by advanced practice clinicians and hurricane preparedness.
TeamHealth has more than 20,000 affiliated physicians and advanced practice clinicians who offer outsourced emergency medicine, hospital medicine, critical care, anesthesiology, orthopedic hospitalist, acute care surgery, obstetrics and gynecology hospitalist, ambulatory care, post-acute care and medical call centre solutions to more than 3,200 acute and post-acute facilities and physician groups nationwide.
The Maryland Academy of Advanced Practice Clinicians (MAAPC) fall conference was held on Saturday, Oct.
OptumCare serves more than 7 million patients nationwide through nearly 17,000 physician partners and 5,700 advanced practice clinicians.
Advanced practice clinicians as abortion providers: current developments in the United States.
This innovative series provides insight into the issues experienced by advanced practice clinicians as they deliver a broad range of medical services to a diverse population, interface with other healthcare providers and navigate their own career issues.
The company has more than approximately 20,000 affiliated physicians and advanced practice clinicians.
MCNP, now known as the Maryland Academy of Advanced Practice Clinicians (MAAPC), has welcomed all advanced practice nurses, physician assistants and other interested professionals to join them in guaranteeing access to quality healthcare for all Maryland citizens.
FEP comprises approximately 150 physicians and 100 advanced practice clinicians who provide care for 600,000 patients each year.
Experts included Cathy Chapman, CRNP, owner of Chapman and Associates, an independent nurse practitioner practice in Cumberland, Maryland, Senator Joan Carter Conway, co-sponsor of the bill in the Senate, Lorraine Diana, CRNP, Legislative Committee Chair of the Maryland Academy of Advanced Practice Clinicians, Shannon Reedy Idzik, DNP, CRNP, FAANP, Assistant Dean DNP Program University of Maryland School of Nursing, Brigida Krzysztofik, BA, Legislative Aide for Delegate Bonnie Cullison, co-sponsor of the bill in the House, and Sandra Nettina, CRNP, Legislative Committee Chair of the Nurse Practitioner Association of Maryland (NPAM).
Through more than 20,000 affiliated healthcare professionals and advanced practice clinicians, TeamHealth offers outsourced emergency medicine, hospital medicine, critical care, anesthesiology, orthopedic hospitalist, acute care surgery, obstetrics and gynecology hospitalist, ambulatory care, post-acute care and medical call center solutions to approximately 3,300 acute and post-acute facilities and physician groups nationwide.
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