Ambulatory Care 163WP2201X

Ambulatory Care: This is a health care consultation, treatment or intervention with advanced medical technology or procedures given on an outpatient basis from when a patients registers to when they are released. Ambulatory care costs a lot of money. Ambulatory Care can be used through doctor offices, clinics, hospitals and non-medical based settings.

Taxonomy Code: 163WP2201X

Nursing Service Providers | Registered Nurse | Ambulatory Care

Nursing Service Providers: Nurses offer care and support to patients. An RN is something of a specialist in patient care and an LPN is more of a generalist. Nurses can be somewhat stationary in a hospital setting or they may offer their services in another setting such as a nursing home or they may even do home visits.

Registered Nurse: A Registered Nurse is a graduate from a nursing program at a college or university and they have successfully passed a national licensing examination. They assist individuals, groups and families to prevent disease and achieve good health. They take care of the sick and injured in numerous establishments, like hospitals, private homes and other health care facilities.

Ambulatory Care specialists are located in these States: