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“You can get past the dead end. You can break through the ceiling. I did and so have countless others.”

The Elite NP Podcast Episode 6: From Mobile to a Scalable Brick and Mortar Practice

Today we will be talking to Kiawana who is a family nurse practitioner that started a wellness mobile side practice that she recently transitioned to a brick-and-mortar practice. Kiawana has also been working full time at a primary care practice during this process. She is looking for assistance on how to get her brick-and-mortar business off the ground correctly and wants to know what NOT TO DO. She is needing help with marketing and staffing her practice, so it succeeds. We conclude that investing back into your business is critically important for its growth and that you need to learn how to delegate tasks appropriately if you truly want to build a high revenue practice.

Reminder: The Elite Nurse Practitioner Show will be released every Thursday! You can listen to the podcast either directly through the main Elite Nurse Practitioner website (LINK HERE) or your favorite streaming service. The podcast is on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, and Amazon Music! So, PLEASE SUBSCRIBE AND GIVE US A LIKE AND POSITIVE REVIEW! It would mean the world to me.

Also, be sure to share this with all your other nurse practitioner sisters and brothers. The more people who know the process on how to break free, the better our profession will be!

P.S. If you have a problem in your professional life and are needing a one-on-one consultation with me and want to be on the show, then PLEASE email me at theelitenp@elitenp.com. This only works if I can interview and consult with YOU!

2 Responses

  1. Hi,
    I listened to this episode and found it helpful in providing guidance about marketing. I opened a side business about 1 year ago after taking you Telehealth course. I have not had any patients as yet but I realized that I was not putting enough effort into marketing. Now, I hope to see progress with my improved marketing.

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