About the Program Nurse Practitioner (MSN) Family Practice
The family practice nurse practitioner provides advanced nursing care services to patients of all ages. FNPs provide health promotion and education while caring for patients from diverse ages and backgrounds. Often care for individuals and families throughout their lifespan.
Adult patients, which includes older and elderly patients. The AGACNP manages acute, chronic and critical conditions. Acute care nurse practitioners are differentiated by the word “acute” from primary care practitioners.
Family nurse practitioners (FNPs) are advanced practice registered nurses with specialized graduate educations who provide primary health care services to people of all ages.
With a focus on health promotion and health education, Family nurse practitioners fill a crucial role in the health care system and provide patient care to people of diverse ages and backgrounds – often the underserved.
FNPs provide services for individuals and families throughout the lifespan. This can be especially rewarding for those who enjoy developing long-term relationships and getting to know people over time. FNPs can have rewarding careers professionally, personally, and financially