Nurse Practitioner's (NP's) are advanced practice registered nurses who have obtained additional clinical experiences and education. This education and training allows NP's to provide health promotion and maintenance through the diagnosis and treatment of acute and chronic conditions.

Among their many services, NP's order and interpret diagnostic tests such as blood work and x-rays. NP's diagnose and treat acute conditions such as infections and minor injuries, and chronic conditions such as diabetes, high blood pressure and COPD. NP's prescribe medications and other treatments and refer to specialists as needed. 

What is a Nurse Practitioner?

Why House Calls?  What are the Benefits?

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Suzanne Condon is a graduate of Memorial University School of Nursing's Nurse Practitioner Program.  She initially obtained a Bachelors in Nursing Degree from the Center for Nursing Studies in St. John's , Newfoundland and a Masters in Nursing Degree from Duke University School of Nursing in Durham, North Carolina.

Suzanne has worked in healthcare for over 19 years (including previous positions at two of the nation's top medical facilities, Duke and Stanford Medical Centers).  She has worked in a variety of settings including oncology (cancer care), general medicine, clinical trials, family medicine and mental health.  Suzanne is thrilled to be utilizing this extensive experience providing primary healthcare to people in their homes. 

  • We bring healthcare to your doorstep.
  • Convenient and efficient access to high quality healthcare in the comfort of your home.
  • Assessment of the home environment for factors that may contribute to health and safety problems.
  • Non-emergent medical problems (avoid trips to the ER!).
  • Particularly beneficial to seniors or patients who may have greater difficulty leaving the home due to medical, mobility or cognitive impairments.
  • Services available for patients of ALL ages.
  • No waiting for doctors appointments.  Appointments in the comfort of your home!
  • Avoid long wait times.  Avoid exposure to other illnesses in crowded waiting rooms.
  • Our NP's use a  patient-centered and family-centered approach to care by spending time assessing the patients’ health and environment.  We educate our patients/caregivers in order to provide well-informed options in their care.
  • Family and caregivers of patients reduce time away from work and increase quality time with their loved ones though house calls rather than the hassle of office visits or trips to ER.


Meet Our Nurse Practitioner