Quote from MS, APRN, BC, FNP
Being a FNP allows me to be a pediatric primary care provider which I am currently, or I can move on and do something else. I'm not sure I see the advantage of being just a PNP or ANP.
I read somewhere that private practices may actually attract more clientele by advertising a specialty rather than offering a "general" practice. For example, rather than advertising yourself as a "family care clinic". You could advertise as a "pain clinic". I'm not sure if that was the best example...but you get the idea.
The reason being is that you appeal to patients as a specialist in this category and you separate yourself from the rest of the family practice clinics. As long as you aren't advertising falsely I presume.
Do you all agree with this philosophy?