FNP faculty member Anthony Good
Family Nurse Practitioners (FNP) are advanced practice nurses who manage acute and chronic conditions, promote health, prevent disease, educate, and provide counseling services to individuals and families across the lifespan.
The focus of Carlow's FNP program is to prepare graduates to think clearly and creatively and to provide high quality healthcare services with competence and compassion. The program encompasses 50 credits and 600 clinical hours in a wide variety of urban and rural health care agencies including physician offices, family health centers, and clinics in medically underserved communities.
Apply now. Classes begin Fall 2017. And space is limited.
What You Need to Know About the FNP Program:
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- Monica Sieber, Admissions, Carlow University; Office: 412.578.6125; firstname.lastname@example.org
Classes are offered in hybrid format combining online with regular live sessions at the Oakland campus. View an outline of courses in the Plans of Study (PDF) document. All members of the FNP faculty maintain clinical practice and national certification.