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At ChristianaCare, everything we do is For the Love of Health™, and that focus has guided our response throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. We have redesigned how we deliver care to keep our patients and caregivers safe, while providing the high-quality care that our community needs and deserves. This includes greatly expanded options for virtual care and telehealth visits, as well as guidelines that support social distancing, wearing masks, a clean environment and limited numbers of patients and visitors to ensure safety. Learn More

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An advanced practice clinician is either a Physician Assistant or an Advanced Practice Registered Nurse. Together we are known as APCs. We are valuable members of the health care team serving different patient populations in our hospitals, emergency rooms and community. We are educated, experienced and skilled to manage our patients and their health issues.

ChristianaCare provides APCs educational opportunities, mentoring support, leadership training and opportunities to grow in their role as an APC. APCs serve as preceptors to PA and APRN students across many medical specialties. APCs play an integral role in serving our patients and community with our core values of excellence and love.

As APCs continue to grow in numbers at ChristianaCare, so do the opportunities for the types of practices APCs are employed. At ChristianaCare, APCs work in wide range of sites including ambulatory practices, specialty services, hospitalist groups, intensive care units, surgical departments and obstetrical areas.

Currently there are almost 700 APCs working at ChristianaCare with over half employed by the Medical Group of ChristianaCare.

In the past 10 years our APC workforce has tripled. As the need for access to health care continues to grow, ChristianaCare anticipates the need for APCs will also continue to rise.