I thought: Finally, an article about nurse practitioners and what they do.
Will the child sometimes be seen by a nurse practitioner?
What I hear is, nurse practitioners want to act like doctors.
Most of the managed care companies pay the nurse practitioners only when they work for a doctor or medical group.
Nurse practitioners might not be able to provide the same quality of services that doctors can.
Nurse practitioners are licensed by the state in which they practice.
They are given a medical screening by a nurse practitioner.
Estimates of how many nurse practitioners there are in the state range from 400 to 4,000.
The landscape for nurse practitioners, however, may be changing in the city.
For example, nurse practitioners screen patients before a physician can be seen.
Her mother, a few years later in 1905, was brought North by an older woman who needed a practical nurse.
And the 631,000 licensed practical nurses will have to increase 37 percent, to 869,000.
His mother, a practical nurse, then moved the family to Brooklyn.
Who could blame her, after she had worked three decades as a practical nurse?
By 1955, however, every state had licensing laws for practical nurses.
The two practical nurses raced into the room at the same time.
Then she went to school to become a practical nurse and took a job in a pediatrician's office.
But at 21, studying to be a licensed practical nurse, she needs the car.
The licensed practical nurses on the floor knew more medicine than I did in some ways.
There was an office and one attendant who had been a practical nurse.