Certified Nurse Practitioner

Certified Nurse Practitioners (CNP) have completed advanced coursework and clinical education beyond what is required for a registered nursing (RN) role. CNPs must complete a graduate degree in advanced practice nursing and receive national certification through an accredited nursing organization. Nurse Practitioners are qualified to provide a broad range of health care services, including performing medical exams, ordering laboratory tests and procedures, diagnosing and treating medical problems, writing prescriptions, coordinating referrals, and performing procedures within their area of specialty.

Westshore Primary Care CNP's work with physicians to achieve the best outcomes for patients in the outpatient setting and in the nursing facilities we serve.

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