Sue Whitty, RN, MA, ARNP
, INA Public Policy Committee Chair & Therapist, Hillcrest Mental Health Center
Lynne Himmelreich, RN, CNM, ARNP
and Betty Lord Dinan, RN, INA Lobbyist role played a conversation between a nurse and a legislator on the lay midwife bill.
Secretary: Amy Strauss Tranin, ARNP
, MS, AOCN[R] Directors-at-Large: Joanne Itano, RN, PhD, OCN[R], and Barbara Holmes Gobel, RN, MS, AOCN[R]
Young, PhD, ARNP
, is a Research Assistant Professor in the Department of Community Health Care Systems at the University of Washington and is Executive Director of Ida Culver House Broadview.
Author: Susan Simmons Holcomb, RN,BC, ARNP
,BC, MN, PhD, Overland Park, Kan.
Experienced Sub Contracted Staff includes an ARNP
, Licensed Estheticians Medical Director in place Ideal for a Medical Practioner wanting to expand or develop an extra income Excellent web site Clean provable financials
Use of Fluoroscopy/Ordering of x-rays (supervision)
David Lake, ARNP
, added, "We are excited about this opportunity to enhance our service and improve our accessibility.
The new system acts as a safety net at the bedside, before medication is administered, explained MCH Vice President and Chief Nursing Officer Jackie Gonzalez, MSN, ARNP
Effective September 23rd, 2002, Maureen Daniels, ARNP
, began providing nurse practitioner services to the patients at the facility.
Effective June 12, 2002, Jane O'Toole, ARNP
, began providing nurse practitioner services to the patients at Integrated Health Services of Gainesville.
Effective September 6, 2002, Theresa Hoffman, ARNP
, began providing nurse practitioner services to the patients at Integrated Health Services of Pennsylvania at Broomall.