PAs and NPs of the Florida Keys

PAs and NPs of the Florida Keys

The PAs and NPs of the Keys are a group of physician assistants and nurse practitioners from the Florida Keys and Key West, Florida. Our group of professional health care practitioners promote national, regional, and local visibility of the professional roles that physician assistants and advanced practice nurses play in today’s health care system.

Upcoming Events


Saturday, July 13, 2024 at 10:00am PT


Saturday, July 13, 2024 at 12:00pm PT

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Job Opportunities

Naples, FL · Position at CompHealth

Quick Facts Full Time, Permanent Position Women's Health experience required Facility is located in Collier County/Florida's Gulf Coast Complete...

Fort Lauderdale, FL · Position at Envision Physician Services

The Envoy CRNA role will be working in the Anesthesiology specialty, located in Envoy Anesthesiology - ANE Fort Lauderdale, FL. Job Details:...

Miami, FL · Position at Nicklaus Children's Health System

Job ID 26384Date posted 03/29/2024DescriptionJob Summary In association with the attending MD, primarily responsible for the outpatient management...

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On-Demand CE Activities

Hand-picked by our speakers, the "Best of 2023" 30-course program delivers a convenient, engaging and informative refresher on key topics that influence your patient care decisions.

Clinical topics: Acute Heart Failure, Arthritis, Cardiovascular Disease, Dermatologic Disease, Diabetes, Heart, Mental Health, Obesity, Pain, Primary Care, Pharmacology, Psoriasis, Skin Conditions, Skin Disease, Women's Health

Offers 39.0 CME credits (13.5 pharmacology)

Available until August 1, 2025

An online, asynchronous laceration and wound repair course with 20.0 total AAPA and ANCC contact hours, including 10.0 ANCC pharmacology hours (ANCC contact hours are accepted by the AANP).

Clinical topics: Wound Care

Offers 20.0 contact hours (10.0 pharmacology)

Available until December 25, 2024

Diabetes, chronic kidney disease (CKD), and cardiovascular disease (CVD) coexist in a complex, interrelated relationship.

Clinical topics: Diabetes

Offers 1.0 CME credit

Available until August 22, 2024

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