Nurse Practitioner Association of the District of Columbia

The Nurse Practitioner Association of the District of Columbia (NPADC) is an non-profit professional organization of nurse practitioners established in 1971. The purpose is to promote high standards of health care as delivered by nurse practitioners.

News & Announcements

Seeking information from NPs who work for Care First BCBS Medical Home Hoping to inform policy makers about the opportunities and barriers for NPs in this program. Seeking to find out if...

APRN Policy and Payment article

Nurse Leader the official journal of the American Organization of Nurse Executives (AONE) April issue focuses on APRNs. Andrea Brassard's article "APRN Policy and Payment" is available free of...
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Upcoming Events


AANP 2015 Specialty & Leadership Conference

Located in San Diego, CA
Thursday, September 17, 2015 at 6:00pm PT

Wound Certification Prep Course - Baltimore, MD

Located in Linthicum Heights, MD
Saturday, November 14, 2015 at 7:30am ET

Primary Care Conference and Pharmacology Update

Located in Arlington, VA
Monday, November 16, 2015 at 8:00am ET

Local Job Opportunities

PT CNA Instructor ~ New!

Washington, DC · Carlos Rosario International Public Charter School
Join the staff at Carlos Rosario International Public Charter School, the nation's first charter school for adults and named one of DC's Top Workplaces this year! Our diverse school is a nationally...

Nurse Practitioners/NPs

Fredericksburg, VA · Mary Washington Healthcare
As one of Virginia's fastest growing healthcare systems and the region's premier provider, we offer career growth in an environment designed for success. Our state-of-the-art facilities are...

Nurse Practitioner, Cardiothoracic Surgery Intensive Care Opportunity

Durham, NC · Medstaff National Medical Staffing
Specialty: Cardiothoracic Surgery Intensive Care Unit Nurse Practitioner  Location: Raleigh/Durham, North Carolina  Dates: ASAP – Up to one year assignment  Hours: Rotating 24 hour shifts from...