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Georgians United for Healthcare

Support the temporary lifting of practice restrictions NOW and permanently in the FUTURE.

Ready. Willing. But Restricted.

Georgia imposes some of the most restrictive regulations in the country on how APRNs are allowed to function. At the same time, states that have lifted these restrictions are reaching out to our nurses and offering incentives for them to travel to take care of patients in other parts of the country. Now, more than ever, we need our APRNs in Georgia, and we need to be able to easily mobilize to parts of our state that have been the most affected by the coronavirus outbreak.

Thank you to our supporters.

Nurses United for Healthcare

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Michelle Nelson

Ph.D., RN, MS,

FNP-BC

Lucy Marion,

PhD, RN, FAAN,

FAANP

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Molly Bachtel, DNP, APRN, FNP-C

Desireé Clement, DNP, APRN, CNM, FNP-BC, FACNM

Lisa Eichelberger, PhD, RN

"We are ready and willing to serve, but we are restricted."

Dr. Michelle Nelson

President, United Advanced Practice Registered Nurses

Support the temporary lifting of practice restrictions NOW and permanently in the FUTURE.

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