MyNP: Palm Beach nurse practitioner making house calls

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. — West Palm Beach Nurse Practitioner Michelle Trueman is bringing back house calls and she’s getting rave reviews.

Trueman established My Nurse Practitioner last year and brings 20 years of experience in acute and hospice care right to your door.

Currently, her client base is centered on about 30 homebound patients from Northlake Boulevard north to the Palm Beach County line.

Clients love it because there’s no germ-filled waiting rooms or fighting traffic. Patients, mostly in their 70s and 80s, can receive their flu shots, physical exams and blood pressure readings in the comfort of their own home.

All fees are collected from Medicare.

MyNP offers premier in-home, primary health care that includes medication management with prescriptive authority, specialist referrals as indicated, referrals for skilled nursing, chronic disease management, hospice transition, palliative care, family therapy coordination, diagnostic imaging, lab draws, and a wealth of disease management specializations.

Source: Palm Beach Post

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