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Pam Corzine, R.N., Certified Nurse Practioner (C.N.P.)

Pam Corzine, R.N., C.N.P. Pam Corzine, nurse practitioner, collaborates with the physicians to provide comprehensive, compassionate care for patients. Pam sees patients in the hospital and the office.

Pam has worked as a C.N.P. for over eleven years. She started her C.N.P. career at Midwest Internal Medicine Associates in 1998. Leaving in 1999 to concentrate on hospital-based medicine, she returned to the practice with a wealth of experience in managing acute and chronic illnesses. Her special interests include diabetes, hypertension and kidney disease.

A registered nurse since 1981, Pam has worked in critical care and infectious disease specialities. She completed her master's degree in Nursing in 1998 at Wayne State University and is certified by the American Nurses Credentialing Center as an Acute Care Nurse Practitioner.

Pam is a member of Michigan Council of Nurse Practitioners and American Nephrology Nurses Association.

What is a Certified Nurse Practitioner or C.N.P.?

A certified nurse practitioner is a registered nurse with additional formal education, including specialized knowledge and clinical skills in health care. Working with physicians and other health professionals, a C.N.P. performs a broad range of primary health care services such as giving physical examinations, treating common illnesses, coordinating care of common chronic illnesses, and helping patents meet their health needs.