Our healthcare professionals


Our healthcare professionals provide the medical care you and your family need

The best quality medical care results from healthcare professionals who are considerate, compassionate and, most importantly, highly skilled and experienced.
Our Master’s-prepared Certified Nurse Practitioners and Physician Assistants also have the licenses, certifications and medical-related practical experience essential to deliver effective medical treatment for adults and young ones.

Both our Certified Nurse Practitioners and Physician Assistants are certified to:

• Detect and address typical ailments, personal injuries and skin problems
• Give vaccines, screenings and physical examinations
• Prescribe medication treatment
• Acquire medical care records
• Carry out physical evaluations and tests
• Conduct and analyze diagnostic and laboratory tests
• Advise and guide health care consumers on health and wellbeing, lifestyle improvements and nutritional regimen
• Evaluate and refer health care consumers to other medical service providers
• Give patient instructions and suggestions

The Nurse Practitioners Role

Nurse practitioners are registered nurses with advanced education, practical experience and extensive training. They provide many of the services a physician can, such as prescribing medications, treating general health issues, and giving vaccines and physical assessments.

A nurse practitioner MUST be a qualified registered nurse AND must have successfully completed an accredited Master of Science nursing course. After finishing this demanding, two-year training, prospects have to successfully pass a comprehensive countrywide certification test. Even after obtaining official qualifications, nurse practitioners have to show ongoing training and practice to preserve their standing, as governed by the national certification organization.

The Physician Assistant Role

Physician assistants are medical care practitioners certified to practice medicine under a collaborative deal with doctors. They perform several of the tasks your physician can, which include prescribing medication, addressing regular afflictions and giving vaccines and physical assessments.

Physician assistants train in demanding courses that adhere to the medical structure. The Accreditation Review Commission on Education for the Physician Assistant is the governing body for the accreditation of these courses.

To obtain nationwide official qualification, graduates of physician assistant courses take a test created by the National Board of Medical Examiners and the National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants. In addition, physician assistants have to undertake an intensive continuing medical education and recertification process.