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Primary Care Fellowship Accreditation

ANCC Practice Transition Accreditation Program® (PTAP) is the premier accreditation for fellowship programs that transition advanced practice registered nurses (APRNs) into new practice settings. Peak Vista’s Primary Care Fellowship has been accredited since 2017. In May of 2020, PTAP awarded Peak Vista’s Primary Care Fellowship the “Accredited with Distinction” status.

Introduced in 2022, Advanced Practice Provider Fellowship Accreditation™ (APPFA) is a newly created credential that recognizes transition-to-practice programs for physician assistants (PA) and APRNs. National advanced practice provider (APP) leaders collaborated to create this innovative credential using evidence-based criteria.

APPFA Benefits:

  1. One set of standards for APP fellowships.
  2. Interprofessional standards that leverage APP practice within health care organizations.
  3. A peer review appraisal process that focuses on process improvement.

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For more information, please visit the ANCC website.