Christy Blanco

women's health nurse practitioner

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Women's health nurse practitioner living in El Paso, Texas

Christy Blanco on KCRW

Nebraska and Maryland are just the latest converts to a growing trend in healthcare that allows nurses with advanced degrees in certain medical fields to perform such "doctorly" duties…

The Nurse Is IN: When the Doctor Is a Nurse

Nebraska and Maryland are just the latest converts to a growing trend in healthcare that allows nurses with advanced degrees in certain medical fields to perform such "doctorly" duties…

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