AONP – Association Of Oklahoma Nurse Practioners
Association of Oklahoma Nurse Practitioners

Improving patient access to quality healthcare throughout Oklahoma

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Advocacy

Promoting Nurse Practitioners in Oklahoma

AONP monitors legislative activity and interim studies at the Oklahoma State Capitol. We work to protect and promote the practice and profession of Oklahoma nurse practitioners.

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The AONP PAC

Having a Voice at the State Capitol

AONP PAC is the non-partisan Political Action Committee (PAC) that supports, protects and promotes nurse practitioners throughout the Oklahoma legislative process.

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Membership

Professional Benefits for Members

Membership in AONP provides professional benefits options including insurance, legislative advocacy, continuing education, employment information and much more.

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Fast Facts

Nurse practitioners can provide greater access to needed primary care services throughout Oklahoma.

Nurse practitioners hold advanced degrees and are trained to provide physical exams, diagnose and treat acute and chronic problems, interpret lab results and X-rays, prescribe and manage medications, and refer patients to other health professionals as needed.

Oklahoma Ranks

00 th

in physician-patient ratio

Of 77 Counties

00 Counties

are designated primary care Health Professional Shortage Areas

 

00 States

grant nurse practitioners full practice authority

About AONP

The Association of Oklahoma Nurse Practitioners

The Association of Oklahoma Nurse Practitioners is a non-profit, tax-exempt corporation dedicated to promoting AONP practice by coordinating legislative, educational, and networking activities of Nurse Practitioners throughout the state of Oklahoma.

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Meet Your Board

2021 Executive Board of Directors

AONP is governed by an elected Board of Directors. Board members are elected by AONP members at our annual business meeting that takes place during the annual conference in October.

Trish Farmer

President

Susan Vanzandt

President-Elect

Ana Garcia

Secretary