NP's in the ED?
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NP's in the ED?

  1. 0 Wanted to know if anyone is using Nurse Practioner's (NP) in the ED and the pros and cons. Considering going to school for this but want to hear from nurses actually working with them.. Thanks...
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  3. Visit  wings profile page
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    I am a Nurse Manager of a very busy E.R. on Eastern Fla. coast. We use ARNPs in our main E.R.. The two ARNPs we have are, also, flight certified and fly patients to the major trauma center, if there are no other flight nurses available. They are autonomous but work under the auspices of the E.R. physician and see patients with all different complaints and injuries. My nurses have a very good working relationship with both ARNPs and having them in E.R. has been good for our unit. They truly are physician extenders in our emergency room. Hope this info. helps.


  4. Visit  BLONDIERNCEN profile page
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    the ARNPs in our facility work in the clinic