UVM Nurse Practitioner Clinic Represents New Model of Care

Appletree Bay Primary Care is one of a small but growing number of primary care practices in the nation staffed by nurse practitioners from a college or university.

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When you choose nursing you discover opportunities

A holistic and humanistic discipline that draws from behavioral, natural, and nursing sciences, professional nursing at the University of Vermont is presented as both a science and an art.

Students benefit from an interdisciplinary education that integrates clinical practice through simulation and real-world experience, guided by expert faculty clinicians in a premier academic medical center and facilities around the region.

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Attend a prospective transfer or graduate student information session to learn more about paths to nursing at UVM.

Accreditation: The baccalaureate and master's degree in nursing at the University of Vermont are accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education, One Dupont Circle, NW, Suite 530, Washington, DC 20036, (202) 887-6791.

The Office of Professional Regulation in the Vermont Secretary of State's office governs Vermont licensure requirements.

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The Nurse Practitioner Practice Group

UVM's Department of Nursing operates a nurse practitioner primary care practice, which provides comprehensive community health care services and provides an ideal clinical learning environment for future nurse practitioners and other students.