TessaMarie 349 Views
Joined: Mar 14, '08;
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Thanks core0. I really appreciate the information.
I looked at Frontier. Do you have to arrange your own clinicals or does the school do that?
I am having the same problem as the original poster. I am unsure of where to go from here. I know that I would like to be a PA or NP, but as a LPN, I am not sure which route to take. I have read every post on this thread and I have not found the answers to my questions.
I have worked with one physician in particular for quite some time. He has stated on many occassions that I should go back to school to be either a PA or NP.
Most of my experience is in LTC. I really enjoy working with this age group. I would like to be able to choose the career that will allow me to see pts (in conjunction with a physician) in this type of setting.
Are PA's allowed to do this? In Michigan, I know of a few places that NP's do this.
Any help in obtaining clarity would be greatly appreciated.
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