Research conducted in primary health care (PHC) shows the value of patient enablement. Although nurse practitioners (NPs) are increasingly playing a role in PHC, limited research exploring their contribution to enabling patients exists. This article describes a qualitative descriptive study in which enablement was used to explore PHC NPs' perceptions of the care they provide to patients. Analysis of the focus group data identified 3 primary themes: patient centeredness and bespoke care; reciprocity, trust, and acceptance; and knowledge transference. Relating these themes to the constructs of the Patient Enablement Instrument demonstrated a clear link between NP care and patient enablement.