Reply To: NP Responsibilities for outpt

  • Dawn Mannon

    Member
    September 10, 2013 at 10:00 am

    In the OP setting, we currently have 4 NP’s.  One works a a satellite clinic (we have 2 that serve hem/onc) along with an attending.  There are 3 NP’s at our main campus.  One specializes in Solid Tumor, one in hemophilia/bleeding disorders and the other will see pretty much any patient.  The NP that specializes in solid tumor’s will also see most patients if her schedule allows. 
    We do have 3 mornings where we send out patients to a PACU area for procedures (LP/BM) and 2 of the NPs do a majority of those procedures which does take them out of clinic.

    We currently have 1 NP in the inpatient setting.
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    Dawn Mannon
    Phoenix, AZ
    United States
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    Original Message:
    Sent: 09-04-2013 11:07 AM
    From: Laurie Smith
    Subject: NP Responsibilities for outpt

    I know this has been asked before so if someone can send me a summary I would apprecaite it.  We are restructuring and  wondered how you utilize NPs in the office – are they population specific (leukemia, solid tumor, etc), only see well pts for chemotherapy, how many pts per day, how many independent visits prior to seeing an MD?  Thanks, Laurie

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    Laurie Smith
    Banner Health Cardon Children’s Medical Center
    480-412-7632
    Mesa, AZ
    United States
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