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Build Your Practice

How NP Outreach Can Help Your Practice:

  1. Provide you with marketing and motivational linkages with which to draw larger attendance to your health education outreach.

  2. Strengthen your relationship with community organizations such as schools, fitness clubs, hospitals and senior centers by supporting their health promotion programs.

  3. Inspire patients to implement healthy lifestyle changes.

  4. Enhance your ability to grow your practice.

  5. Assist you to make your community aware of the Nurse Practitioner Role in delivering health care services.

  6. Help you identify resources for funding your community outreach activities.

  7. Provide you with educational outreach information, training, and support.

  8. Assist your professional medical colleagues in identifying you, the Nurse Practitioner, as a unique asset to their medical practice.

  9. Help you to reduce unnecessary primary care visits, while reducing morbidity and mortality in your community.

  10. Provide you with opportunities to deliver your health care message outside of your usual daily practice setting, thereby lending more diversity to your professional life and reducing the risk of Nurse “burn out”.


Why This Works

  • Businesses, government and Community organizations often share common goals with health care providers in the area of public health education, but require coordination to join forces in achieving those goals.

  • Patients learn best in a comfortable social setting, rather than the undressed sterile typical medical exam room setting.

  • Gift bags and other motivational incentives are effective methods for bringing patients to health promotion activities.

  • Chronic health care problems are not effectively prevented or treated in the acute care setting, as demonstrated by increasing rates of diabetes, cardiac disease, COPD, mental illness, and obesity in the United States.

  • Group Medical Visits and Shared Medical Visits are interesting new billable service delivery models, that are difficult to accommodate within most primary care offices.

  • Bringing patients into wellness and health promoting settings is a way for Nurse Practitioners to break up the chronic illness office visit patterns and introduce patients to local currently under utilized resources.

  • It was through the process of repeatedly writing grants, networking with Community organizations and businesses, working with fellow NP’s and refining outreach programs and curriculum that Nurse Practitioner Outreach was formed. We invite you to join the team.

If you are an experienced Nurse Practitioner and would like to learn more about becoming an NP Outreach Presenter, please take some time to complete our simple application either by:

  • Using the corresponding link on the left to download & print the application and mail it, along with your resume, to the address on the form.

  • Using the corresponding link on the left to complete the form online and attach your résumé.

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