Nurse Practitioner

Our Nurse Practitioner (NP) provides primary health care services to those without a family doctor. An NP is an independent primary care professional with advanced nursing practice, who works independently and manages their own patient panels. They often work closely to support our family doctors and other health professions to provide comprehensive and continuous care.

Services: writing prescriptions, performing medical procedures such as pap tests & suture removal, ordering and interpreting lab tests (including routine cancer screening) and diagnosing and treating illnesses for patients from childhood to adulthood.

For Bow Valley residents seeking to see the Nurse Practitioner as their primary care provider, please call 403.675.3000 to book an appointment.

Trina Mucha, NP

Trina brings more than 20 years of diverse experiences in various settings, including: family practice, OH&S, military, emergency, coroner and psychiatry. Read more: Meet our NEW Nurse Practitioner.

View the Nurse Practitioner fact sheet (PDF) from the Nurse Practitioners of Alberta for more information.

What is a Nurse Practitioner?
An NP is a registered nurse with advanced education and skills which qualify them to maintain a diverse panel of patients.

What can an NP do?
Write prescriptions, perform medical procedures such as pap tests & suture removal, order and interpret lab tests & routine cancer screening and diagnose and treat illnesses.

How is an NP different from a Family Doctor?
The biggest difference between the two is the amount of time spent on training. While NPs have more training than a registered nurse, they receive less training than a doctor.