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I need help. I am a FNP student at University of Miami. I am trying to set up a preceptorship for the Spring Semester (Jan-May) in the Adult/Primary Care/urgent care health setting with an NP or MD. I need between 100 -150 hours that we can schedule at your convenience.
I live in Coral Springs, so I am looking for something not terribly far if possible, but I am flexible.
A little about me...
I am a highly motivated professional student in my mid 30's. I was an ER RN prior to returning to school. I am intelligent and easy to get along with. I exhibit professional and couteous behavior at all times and I work hard to establish a positive rapport with my clients and peers. I am eager to learn - really! and looking for someone who enjoys teaching. Of course, I have student malpractice and am covered by UM.
I have had several wonderful people offer to precept me, but UM has strict insurance regulations that offices must have 1 million/3 million insurance.
If you feel that this could be an opportunity to share your knowledge and contribute to shaping the future of healthcare, please contact me or send a copy of this to someone who might be interested!
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- Sep 22, '08 by DaisyRN, ACNP
go to http://www.npfinder.com and look there. i typed in miami, fl and a radius of 25 miles and located 10 nps.
- Sep 22, '08 by MissDoodawThanks for your response Daisy. My biggest problem is the 1 million/3million insurance. The NP's and MD who have offered to precept me all have less. I am not sure if 1/3 million is a lot or this is just a flukey thing< but thanks for the website info!
- Sep 22, '08 by core0Quote from gibergaIts mostly a Florida thing. More than 30% of Florida physicians go bare. The rest usually maintain minimum liability which is $100k/$300k. The only places that will carry the required insurance are hospital employed NPs or physicians as well as academic centers (who tend to be self insured). There is a nice article about this here:Thanks for your response Daisy. My biggest problem is the 1 million/3million insurance. The NP's and MD who have offered to precept me all have less. I am not sure if 1/3 million is a lot or this is just a flukey thing< but thanks for the website info!
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- Nov 9, '11 by jen33336missdoodaw, are you happy with the FNP program at Uof Miami? I take it you have to find your own preceptors?