For Doctors

Partner with a CannyNurse™

…to help your practice grow, save you time, and improve patient outcomes, satisfaction, and compliance.

All of our certified CannyNurses™ have gone through a rigorous 12-week training program which was granted 50 hours of Continuing Nursing Education. While some CannyNurses™ have in-person practices, most also work with clients virtually via zoom (or other HIPAA-compliant video chatting platforms), as well as by phone. CannyNurses™ comes from a diverse background ranging from integrative nurse coaches to general practice, mental health, pain, women’s health, and more.

Click here to browse our directory of Certified CannyNurses™
and find a CannyNurse™ Partner for your health and wellness practice.

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