Nurse Practitioners often serve as primary care providers in clinics, outpatient centers, and home health care agencies in regions that are traditionally underserved. Now, Pitt Nursing is offering its two BSN to DNP Nurse Practitioner primary care concentrations in a distance education format.
- Adult-Gerontology Primary Care
- Family (Individual Across the Lifespan)
You’ll attend class virtually from the comfort of your home, interacting with your professor and classmates who are on the Pittsburgh campus. To facilitate your lab and clinical courses, the School of Nursing has developed partnerships with organizations such as the Center for Rural Health Practice at the University of Pittsburgh Bradford, Bradford Regional Medical Center, and Cole Memorial Health System. So, you can receive the same high-quality classroom and clinical education without having to travel to Pittsburgh.
Coursework covers the role of nurse practitioners; diagnosis, management, and care of the specific patient population; utilizing evidence-based practice; management of complex health issues; management, public policy, and leadership; and exploration and application of the various family health theories with respect to NP practice.
The Center for Rural Health Practice is conveniently located in historic downtown Bradford. Founded in 1887, Bradford Regional Medical Center (BRMC) is a 107-bed acute-care community hospital with a full service home health division, a 95-bed skilled nursing facility, and a comprehensive inpatient and outpatient behavioral health program, including one of the few dual diagnosis units in Pennsylvania, Ohio and New York. Located in Coudersport, Pennsylvania, Cole Memorial has a long history of providing comprehensive community-based health care.
Adult-Gerontology Primary Care Nurse Practitioner -- a generalist, a principal provider of primary health care for patients from adolescence through adulthood.
Family (Individual Across the Lifespan) Nurse Practitioner – a clinical leader, the FNP promotes and restores health to individuals across the lifespan.
For admissions deadlines, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 1-888-747-0794
The Doctor of Nursing Practice degree program at the University of Pittsburgh School of Nursing is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (http://www.aacn.nche.edu/ccne-accreditation)
from 02/24/2014 through 12/31/2024