Elizabeth Ndika has a combination of 30 years of experience in both family medicine and psychiatric mental health conditions.
Dr. Elizabeth Ndika (DNP) is a board certified Psychiatric mental health nurse practitioner as well as certified a Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP). Elizabeth practices at Caring Hands Medical Clinic where she utilizes her past acute care experience as a hospitalist and as a sole provider from other inpatient /outpatients’ settings to care for her patients. She has the ability to easily differentiate between mental illness and medical condition. At Caring Hands Medical clinic, Dr. Ndika integrates her community health assessment skills in addition to a holistic approach to manage her clients.
Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner (PMHNP)
As a psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner, she understands that mental health can be restored with proper management and that one-size does not fit all. Every patient’s condition is unique to the individual.
Her main goal of treatment is to guide her patients or clients to a safer area /state where they can manage their own conditions independently. To do so, l use my past- lengthened experience from different healthcare systems. Indeed, I have been employed in a variety of treatment settings including hospitals, emergency rooms, intensive outpatient programs, residential inpatient treatment centers, psychiatric inpatient units, and private practice settings. She believes in the treatment of the whole person (mind, body, and spirit). In order to accomplish these tasks, she of often create a trusting-relationship with my clients, their families, staff, and other local community connections in order to collaborate with other stakeholders or specialists thereby improving patients’ conditions.
- Doctor in Nursing practice (DNP) from Chamberlain University
- Family Nurse practitioner (FNP): Mountain State University
- Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner (PMHNP): University of Cincinnati
- Community Assertive treatment Centers
- Army Reserved programs
- Inpatient psychiatric Facilities
Caring Hands Medical Clinic
Caring Hands Medical Clinic is located in Greenbelt Maryland. We are proud that our dedicated staff and doctors are trained to handle all areas of treatment. We are especially skilled in the prevention, diagnosis, treatment of diseases, no matter how common, rare, simple or complex. At Caring Hands Medical Clinic, you become a partner in keeping up with your health problems. We listen to your complaints, understand your concerns, examine you and come up with treatment options.We encourage our patients to ask questions in order to be informed about their medical conditions and treatment plans. This will enable our patients to make better choices about their health and well-being.
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Mon to Fri: 9:30AM – 5PM
Saturday: On appointment only
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We encourage our patients to ask questions in order to be informed about their medical conditions and treatment plans. This will enable our patients to make better choices about their health and well-being.