In this episode of The Broker Link, we ask a Nurse Practitioner from WellMed to help us understand the difference between an NP and a PCP.
This Audio Masterclass was recorded following a seminar between The Brokerage Inc. and WellMed and offers great information about the differences between a Nurse Practitioner and a Primary Care Physician.
According to Dictionary.com, here are definitions of both for clarity.
A registered nurse who has received special training for diagnosing and treating routine or minor ailments. Abbreviation: NP
Primary Care Physician –
A physician, such as a family practitioner or internist who is chosen by an individual to provide continuous medical care, is trained to treat a wide variety of health-related problems, and is responsible for referral to specialists as needed.
IN this Podcast we’ll also explore:
- The difference between an NP and PCP
- What is the scope of work of a Nurse Practitioner
- And so much more…
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