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What specialties are available for nurse practitioners?

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David’s Answer

Isabella, Internal Medicine, Family Medicine, Emergency Medicine, Urgent Care, OB Gyn, and Psychiatry. This is where I have seen them the most. The best thing to do now is get a job, working ins some of those fields. Medical Assistant, or ER Tech. Go to Froedtert and see if you can apply as a Tech in the ER. Or any hospital in the local area. The biggest hospital, like the one I mentioned, will have more jobs. That’s a good way to see if you may like being a nurse. If the only job they have, is a janitor, or, admissions specialist, take it. If you have experience working in a level one trauma center, that looks real good, on your nurse practitioner application. Another great way to get your foot in the door in the medical field, is be a scribe. Where you follow the doctor around. Http://scribeamerica.com/ Msg. me if you need too. David (Former ER Tech.)

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Melissa’s Answer

So many opportunities.
Here are a few nurse practitioner masters programs to choose from, depending on which patient population you enjoy working with:

Family Nurse Practitioner (treat patients throughout the life-span)
Neonatal Nurse Practitioner (newborns)
Pediatric Nurse Practitioner (children)
Acute Care Nurse Practitioner
Geriatric Nurse Practitioner (elderly/adult)
Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner
Women's Health Nurse Practitioner (OB/GYN)
Nurse Midwife (Women in pregnancy/delivery of baby)

Have a wonderful nursing career encouraging and taking care of your patients!
Melissa
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