How to Become a Nurse Practitioner in New Hampshire - NH
Students examining their options for becoming nurse practitioners in New Hampshire may find the lengthy process to be a bit daunting. However, for those who already have a registered nurse (RN) license in New Hampshire or a compact state, and have completed undergraduate studies, becoming an ARNP (Advanced Registered Nurse Practitioner) simply involves completing graduate studies, a clinical internship, and becoming nationally certified by a board-recognized NP certification organization. For aspiring NPs in New Hampshire who take the time to complete these steps, there are challenging and secure jobs waiting for them.
Careers for ARNPs in New Hampshire abound, in part because most major medical insurance providers now recognize them as health care providers and reimburse their services accordingly. Currently, on the New Hampshire Nurse Practitioner Association’s website, there are many job opportunities listed for qualified ARNPs, including the following:
- Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner - Private Practice, Nashua
- Adult Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner – Riverbend Community Mental Health, Inc., Concord
- Family Nurse Practitioner - Wright & Associates Family Healthcare, PLLC, Amherst
- Nurse Practitioner – Concord Hospital, Pembroke
- Nurse Practitioner – Eliot Health System, Manchester, Raymond and Windham
- Geriatric Nurse Practitioner – Nursing homes, Manchester, Dover and Seacoast
- Nurse Practitioner – Avis Goodwin Community Health Center, Dover and Rochester
This list of openings has been provided for illustrative purposes only and in no way represents a job offer.