Nurse Practitioners (NP)
NPs are registered nurses with advanced training and experience, which enables them to see clients independently, order routine blood work, and prescribe from a list of approved medications. NPs consult with Physicians when clients’ needs are beyond their scope of practice.
Physicians (Family Doctors)
Physicians treat acute illness, provide ongoing support and monitoring for chronic conditions and provide health education.
Registered Nurses (RN)
RNs provide health assessments, treatments, support to people living with chronic illnesses, and whole-person care. Their main focus is on health promotion and education as well as linking clients with appropriate services. Our RN offers special diabetes clinics, for example, to help people manage their illnesses.
Registered Practical Nurses (RPN)
RPNs measure and record clients’ vital signs such as weight, height, pulse, blood pressure, and respiration. They provide ear syringing and foot care, draw blood in our onsite lab, process lab specimens, perform EKGs and assist in some medical procedures. They also administer immunizations and injections, sterilize medical equipment, order medical and laboratory supplies, and assist in keeping the exam rooms stocked and the clinic area in a clean state.