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Nurse Practitioner Jobs in Kansas City, MO

Clinical Nurse Coordinator Neuro ICU

Research Medical Center

Olathe, KS

Clinical Nurse Coordinator Neuro ICU

Research Medical Center

Lenexa, KS

Health Coach

Apex Systems

Lees Summit, MO

Licensed Practical Nurse - LPN (Full Time)

Cheyenne Mountain Center - Genesis HealthCare

Kansas City, KS


The Heritage Communities

Overland Park, KS

Nurse RN or LPN ($5,000 sign on bonus)

Cornerstone Healthcare Solutions, Inc

Bonner Springs, KS

Weekend Option Licensed Practical Nurse - LPN - Full-Time - Night Shift - Extra $6/hour

Kindred Healthcare

Kansas City, MO

Licensed Practical Nurse, Same-Day-Pay


Gardner, KS

Weekend LPN Jobs - Earn the Highest Pay Rate! - 29-45/hr


Gardner, KS

Kansas City Nurse Practitioner Jobs Overview

With a specialization in primary care, a nurse practitioner is qualified to manage 80 to 90% of a doctor's caseload. Nurse practitioners allow patients to get seen in half the time and spend twice the time talking about their concens as they would with a PCP. They are also more affordable for patients who are uninsured or on Medicaid. And with a growing shortage of medical doctors, nurse practitioner jobs are essential to the U.S. medical system.

In 28 states, nurse practitioners practice under the supervision of a physician. The remaining states allow full practice authority to nurse practitioners. They can examine and treat patients, order and interpret tests, and prescribe medication.

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About Working in Kansas City, Missouri

When you look for Kansas City jobs, you'll need to decide if that's KCMO or KCK—there's a big difference. KCMO is Kansas City, Missouri. KCK is Kansas City, Kansas. To help confuse you, they're both in the same metro area. KCMO was named after the Kansas River and incorporated first. Legend says the people of Kansas (KSK) resented that another state named a city after them. They took the name partly out of resentment and partly to capitalize on the good fortune of the other Kansas City, hoping that confused industries and investors would bring Kansas City jobs and money to their side of the border.

KCMO held its ground. Today, it has more fountains than anywhere but Rome (200+), more boulevards anywhere but Paris (132 miles), and more barbeque restaurants per capita than anywhere else in the world. If you're a new graduate looking for jobs in Kansas City, you'll be happy to know that the city is one of the best-paying locations in the U.S. for recent college grads. When you land one of those Kansas City jobs and start looking for housing, you can have a quick commute to the city from the suburbs of Independence, Blue Springs, and Lee's Summit.

Update Your Kansas City Nurse Practitioner Resume

Your resume has gone through some changes since you were an RN—we've got some ideas to help you add information or start from scratch. Of course you'll want to include your additional coursework and credentials. If you want to specialize in one area of practice, like geriatrics, be sure to include any special classes or experience you have in that area. To emphasize you have advanced experience with patients, list your clinical placements and the number of hours you completed during each round.

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How Much Do Nurse Practitioner Jobs Pay in Kansas City, Missouri?

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