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A Day In the Life: Meet Chelsea Rogerson, NP-PHC (Posted November 24th 2016) | Nurse Practitoner Competencies (Posted August 8 2016) | Nurse Practitioners | NP Medication Guidelines | ARNPEI Policies (updated Dec 4 2015) | ARNPEI Bylaws (Updated Feb 23 2015) Updated June 10 2015) | Professional Misconduct- Did you know? (Posted July 22 2016) | Registered Nurses

A Day In the Life:

Meet Chelsea Rogerson, NP-PHC

 

I work as a primary health care nurse practitioner (family all ages) for Health PEI. I graduated from UPEI with my BScN in 2006, from Lakehead University with an NP-PHC certificate in 2013, and from Athabasca University with a Master of Nursing: Nurse Practitioner in 2015. I decided to return to school and do my NP after working as an Advanced Practice Nurse in Northern Manitoba.

I have a roster of approximately 500 clients in which I am the primary health care provider; I also provide overflow care for the clients of my three collaborating physicians. Additional to this, I provide care on an as needed basis for unaffiliated clients. On a typical day, I see between 20-32 clients in the clinic. My day consists of pre-booked appointments, follow-ups, and same-day appointments that range from fifteen minutes to one hour, depending on the clients concern. My practice is based out of the Murphy’s Parkdale Medical Centre

 

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A Day In the Life: Meet Chelsea Rogerson, NP-PHC (Posted November 24th 2016) | Nurse Practitoner Competencies (Posted August 8 2016) | Nurse Practitioners | NP Medication Guidelines | ARNPEI Policies (updated Dec 4 2015) | ARNPEI Bylaws (Updated Feb 23 2015) Updated June 10 2015) | Professional Misconduct- Did you know? (Posted July 22 2016) | Registered Nurses

A Day In the Life:

Meet Chelsea Rogerson, NP-PHC

 

I work as a primary health care nurse practitioner (family all ages) for Health PEI. I graduated from UPEI with my BScN in 2006, from Lakehead University with an NP-PHC certificate in 2013, and from Athabasca University with a Master of Nursing: Nurse Practitioner in 2015. I decided to return to school and do my NP after working as an Advanced Practice Nurse in Northern Manitoba.

I have a roster of approximately 500 clients in which I am the primary health care provider; I also provide overflow care for the clients of my three collaborating physicians. Additional to this, I provide care on an as needed basis for unaffiliated clients. On a typical day, I see between 20-32 clients in the clinic. My day consists of pre-booked appointments, follow-ups, and same-day appointments that range from fifteen minutes to one hour, depending on the clients concern. My practice is based out of the Murphy’s Parkdale Medical Centre

 

Please click here for the complete story.