Unlike other specialties that are limited to a particular organ or disease, family physicians are the only specialists qualified to treat most ailments and provide comprehensive health care for people of all ages — from newborns to seniors.
Certified PAs are highly qualified, licensed members of health care teams that diagnose and treat patients, prescribe medications, assist in surgery and more! Certified PAs are educated in the medical model and undergo periodic assessments of medical knowledge and continuing medical education throughout their careers.
NP practice includes, but is not limited to, assessment; ordering, performing, supervising and interpreting diagnostic and laboratory tests; making diagnoses; initiating and managing treatment including prescribing medication and non-pharmacologic treatments; coordinating care; counseling; and educating patients and their families and communities.
As licensed, independent practitioners, NPs practice autonomously and in coordination with health care professionals and other individuals. NPs provide a wide range of health care services including the diagnosis and management of acute, chronic, and complex health problems, health promotion, disease prevention, health education, and counseling to individuals, families, groups and communities. They may also serve as health care researchers, interdisciplinary consultants, and patient advocates.
Aesthetic Medical Educators Training provides the most comprehensive Botox and filler certification classes; both didactic and hands-on, which will allow healthcare professionals to immediately incorporate these aesthetic procedures into a new or existing practice. Licensed instructors cover best business practices to assist participants in expanding into the aesthetic medical field as well as fulfill CME (continuing medical education) requirements with the training course.