Our nurse practitioners come from and serve the local community. We believe that this enables nurses to have a more meaningful and lasting impact on those they care for. By having a close connection with the local population, our nurse practitioners can provide high-quality support for those who need it most.
Our nurse practitioners provide invaluable care to their local senior living and long-term care communities, and they have the opportunity to build meaningful relationships with their patients. The environment is both collaborative and supportive, providing our nurse practitioners with the resources and support they need to succeed in providing quality care to those who need it most.
In addition to our spectrum of benefits, we also offer on-the-job training, CEU allowance, and access to our network of geriatric professionals to assist you as you build your practice.
It’s important to us that we not only provide for your immediate career needs, but also set you up for personal career success. because you’re not just a number at ICP, you’re family!
At Integrated Care Professionals, Ayasha Patel Thomason, PhD, APRN, WHNP-BC is a caring leader who puts her NPs’ well being at the forefront of her decisions. She understands the needs of healthcare professionals and ensures they have what they need to do their jobs to the best of their abilities. From providing family-friendly scheduling options to supporting career growth opportunities, she makes sure all staff members are equipped with the tools and resources necessary for success. Dr. Thomason fosters an atmosphere of teamwork and compassion that helps everyone work together towards a common goal—providing quality patient care and also caring for the care givers.
At Integrated Care Professionals, we understand the importance of nurse practitioners remaining in their communities and serving the people they know and love.
That’s why we offer local positions across our network so that our nurse practitioners can stay close to home while still maintaining their career goals.
Our commitment to ensuring our nurses thrive is not just restricted to providing quality care for patients, but also for those providing the care.