Nurse Practitioners (NPs) provide comprehensive clinical care including diagnosis and medical management of acute and chronic illness for patients across the lifespan. NPs practice with a lens of disease prevention, care coordination, relationship building, and community development.
Practice settings are diverse and include acute care, primary care, long term care, and rural and remote settings.
NPs hold Masters or Doctorate degree with educational preparation that in addition to clinical care, includes leadership, change management, health policy and program development.
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The Transfusion Medicine Laboratory at St Paul’s Hospital is the recipient of the 2020-2021 BC Provincial Blood Coordinating Office Utilization Management Award…Read More >
The Continuing Education Committee (CEC) organizes and coordinates continuing education activities within Providence Health Care. The CEC works to ensure the delivery of high quality, low barrier education. More...
The Quality Committee evaluates, controls, and reports on Nurse Practitioner practice in order to continually maintain and improve safety, and the quality of patient care at PHC. More...
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