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    Nurse Practitioners in Great Falls


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    Business Listing   Barker Marci L - Great Falls, MT - Phone: (406) 268-1600


    Business Listing   Cappis Dirk PT - Great Falls, MT - Phone: (406) 761-3767


    Business Listing   Great Falls Obstetrical & Gynecological Associates - Great Falls, MT - Phone: (406) 761-7924


    Business Listing   Timmer Kelly Nurse Practitioner - Great Falls, MT - Phone: (406) 454-2171


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    Helpful Definition for: Nurse Practitioners


    Nurse practitioners, also known as NPs, are registered nursing professionals who are responsible for providing health care services to patients. Nurse practitioners in Great Falls have high level of training and advanced education to render their services to patients who are in need of health care. Nurse practitioners have job responsibilities almost similar to that of physicians. Like physicians, nurse practitioners in Great Falls are trained to provide medical treatment and services to patients of all ages.

    Nurse practitioners in Great Falls treat all types of illnesses, infections, and patients with various medical conditions. They are often allowed to prescribe medicines just like the physicians. There are many hospitals in Great Falls where nurse practitioners work, providing treatment to patients.

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