Orthopedic Primary Care Certification

NEW! Certificate in Orthopedic Primary Care

Orthopedic Primary Care is designed as a graduate level offering. It is targeted to serve advanced practice nurses and physicians but is open to other interested primary care professionals.

This is a two-semester, 10-unit orthopedic certificate program which focuses on the strategies and skills needed to identify and diagnose common musculoskeletal disorders and stable fractures in individuals throughout the life span in a primary care setting with diverse populations.

Program Starts: This certificate program launches on August 31, 2015
Program Location: This program is a hybrid (online/on location) program based on our Oakland campus
Who Can Apply: Nurse Practitioners and Physicians
To Apply: Click here
Questions? Contact Rhonda Ramirez, Director of the Family Nurse Practitioner program at SMU