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Nurse Practitioners in Redding
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Andre Vanmol MD - Redding, CA - Phone: (530) 222-3225
Breslin Kathleen FNP - Appointments - Redding, CA - Phone: (530) 244-4034
Campbell Patrick MD - Redding, CA - Phone: (530) 243-1552
Cervantes Kathleen PA Shasta Community Health Center - Redding, CA - Phone: (530) 246-5883
Hill Patricia Fnp-C Shasta Community Health Center - Redding, CA - Phone: (530) 246-5702
Kingsley Jolene Do Shasta Community Health Center - Redding, CA - Phone: (530) 246-5755
Schock Julie Fnp-C Shasta Community Health Center - Redding, CA - Phone: (530) 246-5910
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 Redding 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 Redding are trained to provide medical treatment and services to patients of all ages.
Nurse practitioners in Redding 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 Redding where nurse practitioners work, providing treatment to patients.
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