As a Community Health Center, Lamprey Health Care has long valued the critical role Nurse Practitioners play in the primary care team. In 2015, we set out to establish New Hampshire’s first formal mentoring and precepting program with the goal to build confident, competent Family Nurse Practitioners. The program curriculum aligns with our mission to provide high-quality primary care, with an emphasis on prevention and lifestyle management, to all individuals regardless of ability to pay.
Why Choose Lamprey Health Care?
Fellows will provide care in both rural and urban settings to an under-served population using the Patient- Centered Medical Home model. With centers in Newmarket, Raymond, and Nashua, NH, Fellows will have an opportunity to provide care to a variety of patient populations such as refugees, homeless individuals, nursing home patients, and non-English speaking patients.
Focus on Learning
As the oldest and largest non-profit Community Health Center in New Hampshire, we offer experience in a well established practice. For over 25 years we have been precepting students from variety of health professions. This includes Medical Residents, OB/GYN Residents, Nurse Practitioners, Physician Assistants, Nursing, and Medical Assistants. Many of our providers have been with the organization for over 15 years, and are dedicated to our organizational culture of continuing education.
Lamprey Health Care has an integrated behavioral health program and a dedication to care coordination. This offers a valuable learning experience for new Nurse Practitioners looking to enhance clinical skills and meet the challenges of practicing in a primary care environment.
The Nurse Practitioner Fellowship includes:
- Precepted continuity clinics held at our Newmarket Center (5 sessions/week)
- Mentored clinics at our locations in Newmarket, Raymond, and Nashua, as well as various specialty practices (2 sessions/week)
- Weekly education sessions (1 session/week)
- Specialty rotations
- Participation in quality improvement projects
- A comprehensive evaluation process
Specialty rotations may include:
- Adult Behavioral Health
- Child and Adolescent Behavioral Health
- Homelessness / Vulnerable Populations
- Infectious Disease
- Women’s Health
Rotations are subject to change.
► Be a recent graduate from Master or DNP program.
► Be licensed, or eligible to be licensed, in NH.
► Have ANCC or AANP certification as FNP.
► Be committed to practice as a primary care provider in a community health setting.
If you are unsure if you qualify for the Lamprey Health Care Nurse Practitioner Fellowship Program, contact our Program Coordinator at (603) 244-7337 or FellowshipInfo@lampreyhealth.org.
The NH Nurse Practitioner Association is a great source of information on Nurse Practitioner careers in New Hampshire.
► Completed the Nurse Practitioner Fellowship Application form, including Personal Statement Essay.
► Three letters of recommendation, at least one of which discusses capabilities/interest to this Fellowship Program.
► Official Transcripts
Applications Due March 15, 2019 by 4:00 pm.
Interview date tentatively scheduled for April 16, 2019.
Submit applications via email. Official transcripts and letters of recommendation should be mailed to:
Lamprey Health Care
207 S. Main Street
Attn: NP Fellowship
Newmarket, NH 03857
For more information contact us at (603) 244-7337 or via email at FellowshipInfo@lampreyhealth.org.