Nurse Practitioner Association of South Dakota

The Nurse Practitioner Association of South Dakota was established in August of 1997 to foster practitioner practice in South Dakota. Members come from all specialty areas of practice. Cohesiveness of Nurse Practitioners, regardless of area of practice, is a primary creed of the organization. The development of a communication network for NPs, an instrument for the promotion of continuing education, and an organization to promote the profession are some of the major goals of the organization.

News & Announcements

VA Full Practice Authority for APRN Rule Changes

The comment period for the VA rule change that would allow full practice authority for all APRNs ends July 25. If you have not shown your support for this rule change, please log on to the Federal...
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Welcome to the New NPASD Website!

Welcome! We have been working hard to improve our website for NPASD members that better connects us as a group, as well as with members of the advanced practice nursing community. We look forward...
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Local Job Opportunities

Nurse Practitioner/NP or Physician Assistant/PA ~ New!

Sioux Falls, SD · McCall and Lee
McCall and Lee has been engaged by a community based hospital to recruit a NP to join their team. We are seeking a well skilled, highly productive team player to work with their programs as a NP....

Nurse Practitioner ~ New!

Sioux Falls, SD · Good Samaritan Society - Sioux Falls Village
As a Nurse Practitioner you will be responsible for clinical care of residents, working in a collaborative manner with physicians, and ordering medications, etc. Additional responsibilities of the...

NP Very Lucrative Full Scope Practice in the Great Plains

Malta, Mt · Jackson & Coker
NP or PA - Very Lucrative Full Scope Practice in the Great Plains Have you been looking for a 4 day per week full time practice with great income and benefits? THE PRACTICE Full time employed...