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Florida ARNP Scope of Practice

[Summary]Florida Board of Nursing » Standards for Protocols: Physicians and ARNPs In Florida, an Advanced Registered Nurse Practitioner (ARNP) is defined by s. 464.003, Florida Statutes, as "any person licensed in this state to practice professional nursing a


Florida Board of Nursing » Standards for Protocols: Physicians and ARNPs

In Florida, an Advanced Registered Nurse Practitioner (ARNP) is defined by s. 464.003, Florida Statutes, as “any person licensed in this state to practice professional nursing and certified in advanced or specialized nursing practice, including certified registered nurse anesthetists, certified nurse midwives, and nurse practitioners.” According to Rule 64B9-4.010(1), Florida Administrative Code, “An Advanced Registered Nurse Practitioner shall only perform medical acts of diagnosis, treatment, and operation pursuant to a protocol between the ARNP and a Florida-licensed medical doctor, osteopathic physician, or dentist.”

Nurse Practitioner Scope of Practice: Florida | MidlevelU

Who wouldn't want to live in the Sunshine State? Complete with palm trees, beaches and a relatively low cost of living, Florida has a lot to offer residents. But, nurse practitioners practicing in Florida face a different reality. Despite Florida's sunny disposition, unfavorable laws towards nurse practitioner practice have NPs flocking inland.

Florida Board of Nursing » Advanced Registered Nurse Practitioner (ARNP)

The Florida Board of Nursing does not complete a primary source verification of education for all of its Advanced Registered Nurse Practitioners (ARNP).

We do not maintain a list of “approved” ARNP programs.

Florida ARNP applicants are required to hold an RN license, a master’s degree or post-master’s certificate in a nursing clinical specialty area and national advanced practice certification from an approved nursing specialty board. The certification requirements for all the Board approved certifying bodies mirror the licensure requirements for Florida. Therefore, we only require proof of the applicant’s national certification and an official transcript.

Kendra Marcinowski, ARNP | North Florida Women's Care

Kendra Marcinowski, ARNP

Kendra Marcinowski, ARNP, has lived in Tallahassee for over twenty years. She graduated cum laude from Florida State University with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree. She received a Master of Science in Nursing degree from the University of Alabama at Birmingham in the Dual Adult-Gerontology Primary Care and Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner Program. She holds two board certifications: as a Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner (WHNP-BC), and as an Adult/Gerontology Primary Care Nurse Practitioner (A-GNP). Kendra has a wealth of women’s health nursing experience, the majority as a Labor and Delivery nurse at Tallahassee Memorial Hospital for over fourteen years. She is a member of the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners, the National Association of Nurse Practitioners in Women’s Health, and the Tallahassee Area Council of Advanced Practice Nurses.

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Advanced Practice Registered Nursing is available to network, discuss and share trends and practices with Advanced Practice Nurses (APRN). An APRN is a Registered Nurse with a Master of Science in Nursing and/or a Doctor of Nursing Practice degree with a focus in the following four specialty areas: Nurse Practitioner (NP), Certified Nurse Anesthetist (CRNA), Clinical Nurse Specialist (CNS), Certified Nurse Midwife (CNM).
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This is not a ‘War on Prescription Drug Abuse,’ make no mistake, Florida has declared WAR on qualified physicians that are even specialty providers in Pain Management, physicians who are associated with and members of American Board of Pain Medicine (ABPM,) The American Academy of Pain Management, and the American Society of Regional Anesthesiology and Pain Medicine (ARSA)- not only are these the only bodies recognized by The American Board of Medicine, but all require advanced training and education, including biannual testing to ensure that these physicians are up to date on current acceptable standards of care and the latest technologies, medications and their applications. For instance, Port Orange, Florida attempted to pass a city ordinance that would prevent qualified pain management physician(s) from practicing within the city limits. It failed. Things did not stop for this particular physician, whom was highly regarded and beloved by all his patients, a physician who was credited with saving the lives of his patients, as they would have otherwise ended their lives rather than deal with chronic unrelenting excruciating pain. He treated these patients with great understanding and was able to identify those patients and was not afraid to aggressively treat this pain to improve the quality of their lives. This was a Godsend to the suffering. That was until he lost his license to practice medicine because a patient of 14 years overdosed on Effexor, not even the opiate she was prescribed by this physician: Lortab 5/325- basically the lowest dose of opiates one can acquire. Over the years this fantastic physician was able to decrease her regimen of narcotics from OxyContin 80 mg 3 times daily after a severe auto accident to practically useless Lortabs which were found in completely therapeutic levels at time of autopsy. This “WAR” sent many of his patients to lie about being addicts, a humiliating prospect to ANYONE, in order to receive methadone, which relieves pain, but forces patients to spend outrageous amounts of money for medication that should be covered by the insurance the patients have been used to using, and worse yet they are now chained to the methadone clinic having to go every single day, unable to take 1 dose home for six months, and 5 years before you are “responsible” enough to take home a month’s supply as you have been used to for the past 10 years.

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