The City of Beverly Hills Fire Department (BHFD) is proud to announce the launch of its Nurse Practitioner Program. The program is a unique and innovative Emergency Medical Service (EMS) model designed to deliver advanced, efficient, and effective healthcare in the pre-hospital setting.
BHFD's vehicle, 'Nurse Practitioner 1' (NP1), will respond to calls for service in the field. Staffed with both a Nurse Practitioner and Firefighter Paramedic with oversight from a board certified Emergency Medicine physician, NP1 is equipped with an array of medications, select laboratory diagnostics, and technical medical equipment.
Whether responding to 911 calls or following up on 'in home' patient referrals, NP1 will provide mobile urgent care as well as collaborate with primary care providers in order to optimize greater long term health and wellness within our community.
With a focus on improving patient outcomes and connecting healthcare resources to patients' specific needs, the program defines the future of Mobile Integrated Health.
The BHFD Nurse Practitioner Program is here to help. Please contact us at (424) 303-0731 should you have any of the following:
- If you have general questions about the Nurse Practitioner Program and the services we provide.
- If you are a patient previously seen by the BHFD Nurse Practitioner's Unit and have questions about your visit and/or care.
- If you would like to have your primary care provider speak with the BHFD Nurse Practitioner.
- If you would like a copy of your Medical Record from the Nurse Practitioner Program forwarded to your primary care provider.
Please note the following IMPORTANT information
For emergencies, please do NOT call the above Nurse Practitioner Program line. Please immediately call 911. The Nurse Practitioner Program is not intended to serve as 'medical advice' or a 'nurse line'. We encourage such inquiries to be made to your primary care provider.
Messages left on the Nurse Practioner Program line will be returned by the end of the next business day.