Registered nurses work in a simulated surgical procedure with abdominal bleeding with instructor and RN Susan Flynn, second from right, at the Sutter Health University operating room RN training program in Sacramento on June 26, 2014.. An Assembly committee has rejected legislation that would allow nurse practitioners to treat patients without direct physician supervision.
Registered nurses work in a simulated surgical procedure with abdominal bleeding with instructor and RN Susan Flynn, second from right, at the Sutter Health University operating room RN training program in Sacramento on June 26, 2014.. An Assembly committee has rejected legislation that would allow nurse practitioners to treat patients without direct physician supervision. Manny Crisostomo mcrisostomo@sacbee.com
Registered nurses work in a simulated surgical procedure with abdominal bleeding with instructor and RN Susan Flynn, second from right, at the Sutter Health University operating room RN training program in Sacramento on June 26, 2014.. An Assembly committee has rejected legislation that would allow nurse practitioners to treat patients without direct physician supervision. Manny Crisostomo mcrisostomo@sacbee.com
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