The Nurse Practitioner Preceptorship Program is a clinical program for current NP/DNP students. Participants practice the skills they have learned throughout their educational process, while developing new clinical skills in the process.
Through hands-on training and in the classroom, nurse practitioner graduates at Shenandoah Medical Care Center (SMCC) are continually learning to improve both their careers and the care they provide. Experienced and caring staff, guide and mentor each student individually to achieve the level of excellence that is the SMCC and AANP standard.
Once selected, the NP student will be placed with providers for the required number of clinical hours. The exact order or rotations may vary on an individualized basis. The rotation provides experience in Family Medicine, Adult/Geriatric Care, and Women’s Health.
NP students will be required to conduct an exit interview to help improve the NP Preceptorship Program.
Practice settings may include:
Nonrefundable $40 Application Fee includes processing and submission of university/school required documentation, such as collaborative agreement, practice/provider CV/resume, etc. The application and prospective start date are on a rolling basis per student. Applicants who best meet the requirements and have submitted all necessary paperwork will be contacted for a phone, Zoom, or in-person interview.