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Vice-president of Texas Nurse Practitioners - The Eagle: Brazos Life

Vice-president of Texas Nurse Practitioners

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Posted: Sunday, July 21, 2013 12:00 am

Lara Boyett of New Baden has been re-elected vice president of the Texas Nurse Practitioners, Texas's largest statewide organization representing nurse practitioners. Boyett will serve as vice president for two years starting Sept. 18.

Boyett, who has been a member of Texas Nurse Practitioners for nine years, has served on its board of directors both as secretary and as regional representative for Bryan-College Station. She currently serves as chair of the Texas Nurse Practitioners Position Statements Committee and has served as a member of the organization's Government Action, Education, Marketing and Bylaw Committees.

In addition to her membership in TNP, Boyett is also a member of the American Association of Nurse Practitioners, the American Association of Critical Care Nurses, Emergency Nurses Association and Sigma Theta Tau. She also serves on the Texas Board of Nursing Advanced Practice Advisory Committee.

Boyett is a board-certified family and acute care nurse practitioner with 13 years of advanced practice nursing experience. She is currently an employee of Little River Healthcare System in Rockdale.

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