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We are here to help you build  your own practice for yourself, but not by yourself. 

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About Us

Neighborhood Nurse empowers clinicians to solve primary care access problems in their own communities throughout the US. Our team brings together clinical and business healthcare experiences to help solve these access problems.

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Our Principles

Mission: To give healthcare professionals the tools and resources to provide high quality and convenient care to their communities. 
Vision: Every community will have access to a trusted Neighborhood Nurse provider who serves as the first contact for all healthcare
Our core values support our vision, shape our culture, and reflect not only our principles, but also the principles that we foster within our providers. These values reflect our fundamental beliefs of what is needed to improve healthcare through strong patient-provider relationships. 

Behind The Problem Of Primary Care Access


Average days to schedule
a primary care


of all Americans live in areas where there are too few primary care providers


of rural areas are experiencing primary care shortages 
Medical schools are facing capacity constraints to train & graduate more doctors


of doctors' time is spent on non-clinical paperwork


of doctors would not recommend the profession
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Nurse Practitioners Are A Solution


of States have granted Nurse Pracitioners with full practice authority to treat and prescribe without formal oversight. 


of Nurse Practitioners are trained in a primary care focus and are prepared to fulfill the definition of primary care across multiple settings


The number of NPs is projected to grow 6.8% from 2016 to 2030, compared to physicians at 1.1%. The number of NPs grew from 91,000 in 2010 to 190,000 in 2017


For the 17th year in a row, nurses top Gallup’s poll of most trusted profession
Compared to other primary care disciplines, NPs are most likely to practice in rural communities. 18% of NPs practice in communities of fewer than 25,000 residents.
There is extensive and consistent evidence that NPs provide care of equal or better quality at a lower cost than comparable services provided by others.
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