- Nurse Practitioners (part & full time)
Nurse practitioners are primary care givers. Several critics of the current US healthcare system would argue that the system need many more nurse practitioners and fewer physicians. These nurses are often first in line to diagnose and treat illnesses and injuries. Nurse practitioners have the right to prescribe certain medications, with licensing and priveleges varying by state.
- Physician's Assistants (part & full time)
Physician assistants (PAs) relieve doctors of routine chores, allowing them to devote more of their time to patient care that requires highly specialized training. Although they are not doctors, physician assistants practice medicine and do many of the jobs doctors do. Physician assistants can take medical histories, examine and treat patients, order and interpret laboratory tests and X-rays, make diagnoses, treat minor injuries, instruct and counsel patients, and order or carry out therapy. In most states, PAs can also prescribe medicines.
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