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Advanced Practice Providers

Advanced practice providers are educated at the master's or doctoral level and have specialized training to provide comprehensive care to patients and families in primary, subspecialty, and acute care areas. Advanced practice providers may be pediatric nurse practitioners (PNP), neonatal nurse practitioners (NNP), family nurse practitioners (FNP), clinical nurse specialists (CNS), or physician's assistants (PA). 

Currently more than 200 advanced practice providers offer expert care across the organization, expanding access for patients and families. Advanced practice providers independently lead a variety of innovative programs at Children's Mercy. Some examples are:

Ready Set Grow

Department of Pediatrics, Kathe Kraly CPNP-PC, Manager

Wound, Ostomy, Continence Team

Section of Plastic Surgery, Jennifer Osgood, APRN. 

Diabetes Program

Amanda Fridlington, DNP, RN, CPNP, Manager

DUCK (Dysfunctional Urologic Conditions in Kids) Clinic

Section of Urology, Dawn Foster, CPNP-PC, Sheri Shiddell, RN, MSN, CPN, PNP-BC, and Mary Langston, RN, MSN, CPN, PNP-BC

NEON Infant Care Clinic

Kimberly Hunter, NNP-BC, Clinic Coordinator

Period of PURPLE Crying

Amy Terreros, DNP, RN, CPNP, Program Coordinator

Comprehensive Food Allergy Clinic

Section of Asthma, Allergy, and Immunology; Jodi Shroba, CPNP-PC, Clinical Coordinator

22nd Annual Pediatric Advanced Practice Nursing Conference


APRN Attendance Certificates for Grand Rounds and Professor Rounds

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