This sounds like a clash of personalities more that a good malpractice case, although you can contact a med mal attorney if you choose.
A nurse practitioner can be sued; given her place of employment you may have to follow through with any preconditions to a suit.
It is not clear what your damages are or how to put a value on them. This may make an attorney hesitant to take the case.
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Yes, you can sue the nurse practitioner if you can prove that she did not conform to the medical standard of treatment in the community. However, the bigger question is whether you have enough of a claim (damages) to make this claim viable.
Med mal claims are very difficult and expensive to litigate. You have issues of both liability and damages which are questionable. It is not a case that I would take but you may want to consult with a local med mal attorney.Ask a similar question
If the standard of care was breached and you sustained damages that merit a costly lawsuit, then perhaps.
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