Doctors for Providers would like to spotlight NP Laura McClesky from Rio Rancho, NM.
McClesky took a huge leap of faith opening up her own practice, Laura’s Primary and Rapid Care, four years before she had originally planned due to Covid-19.
“I want it to be kinda like old fashion medicine where you can actually take care of the patient the way you want to.” She says the fast pace environment at bigger providers was missing something. “You’ve got to totally dictate your care based on policies and procedures”.
As hospital beds filled up with the pandemic surge, she saw others in need of routine care waiting, which encouraged her to take the solo leap sooner than she expected.
D4P applauds NP Laura McClesky on making the bold move to opening up her own clinical practice during the pandemic to better serve the needs of her community.
Check out the article below for the full story by KRQE: https://www.krqe.com/health/local-nurse-goes-solo-to-personalize-patient-care/
Like Laura, many Providers now more than ever are taking the leap to owning their own clinical practice. Laura lives in one of the 23 states that Providers have autonomy. BUT if you are practicing in one of the other 27 states that don’t & are ready or thinking of taking this entrepreneurial leap yourself, let Doctors for Providers help answer any of your questions and match you to the perfect collaborating physician.