NPs of particular value to Homeland Security emergency teams

06/7/2004 | ADVANCE for Nurse Practitioners

Specially trained health care providers around the nation, including nurse practitioners, work on-call for Disaster Medical Assistance Teams and National Medical Response Teams that are organized by the Department of Homeland Security. The teams are deployed to provide medical assistance when local emergency facilities are overwhelmed. NPs are valued because their scope of medical practice is so broad.

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