emergency nurse practitioner

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e·mer·gen·cy nurse prac·ti·tion·er

(ENP) (ē-mĕr'jĕn-sē nŭrs prak-tish'ŏn-ĕr)
Nurse practicing in an emergency department who is specifically trained to deal with minor injuries without the need for supervision by a physician.
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