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    • I am a Vietnam Veteran and get disability insurance and use the VA for many of my medical problems and have founbd my VA Medical Center in Northport, NY to be better than almost all of my private physicians who treat me as a VIP. Very little waiting and great care. I know it's not true all over the USA but my VA should be a standard.
    • I have taught at numerous NP programs and have taught NP faculty to prepare them to teach certain subjects such as Suturing Workshops. You never know when you may be in a rural area where the only provider is a NP . Are you going to be like a foolish MD or DO who would not accept an NP or PA provider in a rural area only to die from a ruptured diverticulitis because they became septic? Think , folks, think. I have mentored both PAs and NPs although many more PAs and have found strong and weak students in both professions. It's the quality of the student and their desire to earn that is the tipping point.
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