ADVANCED PRACTICE AT MICHIGAN
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Advanced Practice Professionals at Michigan Medicine
At Michigan Medicine, with the resources of a world-class academic medical center, and areas of specialty that span the complete spectrum of patient care, Michigan Medicine is committed to constantly advancing quality health care.
As patient needs continue to evolve, so does our technology, our knowledge and our opportunity to create positive outcomes. That’s the Michigan Difference – and that’s where you come in.
Our team of highly-trained Advanced Practice Nurses and PAs work hand-in-hand supporting a superior medical team. When you join us, you’ll find more than just the advanced training, education and support you need to succeed, as you work toward advancing your skills and your career. Here, you’ll quickly discover there are unlimited opportunities to make a real impact.
Incredible careers and opportunities await today’s best Advanced Practice talent at Michigan Medicine. Apply now to become part of The Michigan Difference.
Our family of APP caregivers include:
PA – (Physician Assistant)
PAs are licensed clinicians who practice medicine in every specialty and setting. Trusted, rigorously educated and trained healthcare professionals, PAs are dedicated to expanding access to care and transforming health and wellness through patient-centered, team-based medical practice.
NP (Nurse Practitioner)
NPs provide primary, acute and specialty health care to patients of all ages and walks of life. NPs assess patients, order and interpret diagnostic tests, make diagnoses and initiate and manage treatment plans.
CNM (Certified Nurse Midwife)
Registered Nurses who have advanced education in both midwifery and nursing, offering care for women throughout their life cycle, traditionally focused on pregnancy and childbirth.
CRNA (Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist)
Registered Nurses with advanced education in the administration of anesthesia, providing anesthesia and anesthesia-related care, to facilitate diagnostic, therapeutic or surgical procedures to all patients regardless of age, under the medical direction of an Anesthesiologist.
CNS (Clinical Nurse Specialists)
Clinical leaders who promote evidence-based nursing practice, function as role models and mentors, and support nursing research and quality improvement initiatives – and their application to clinical practice.