Mohamed Bundu

Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner located in Gaithersburg, MD & Silver Spring, MD

About Mohamed Bundu

Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner Mohamed Bundu is board-certified both as a psychiatric mental health nurse practitioner and family nurse practitioner. He currently practices at the Veteran's Affairs Medical Center in Washington, D.C. As a native of Sierra Leone in West Africa, he has been aspiring to become part of the medical community since the age of seven to fulfill my desire to care for people. While working to achieve this goal, he developed an interest in the sciences. Bundu's experience includes several years of working in neurology, medical/telemetry, psychiatric units in inpatient and working in a primary care pediatric clinic in Maryland. He also served in the department of youth and correctional services, and now in the infectious disease clinic in Washington, DC. He serves as a primary care provider and also manages their infections ranging from HIV/AIDs, hepatitis B and C, TB, and all sexually transmitted diseases. His heart and passion are not only in caring for others but assisting patients in transitioning to wellness. He earned my Master of Science degree in leadership management focusing on education and post-master's family nurse practitioner from the University of Maryland, Baltimore. Working in both a youth detention facility and an infectious disease clinic, mainly with HIV patients, has shown him the break between medical and psychiatric care, with body/mind linkage often overlooked. These breaks in care reinvigorated him to pursue a psychiatric mental health nurse practitioner certificate at the University of Cincinnati, so that he could develop a practice that assimilates medicine and mental health for the most effective treatment. In addition to his professional experience, Mohamed Bundu has plans to pursue advanced training in complementary and alternative therapeutic modalities in personal health including yoga, meditation, and many other therapeutic modalities. He chose to work in these facilities because of his years of experience in the military served in Afghanistan. Working over eleven years as a charge nurse, five years as a family nurse practitioner, five years as a high school teacher plus his eight years in the military has given him a unique gift to serve his patients better, especially those with mental conditions. His professional aspiration is the satisfaction and gratification found in serving others whenever and wherever they are in need.

Languages: Temne and Krio/Creole

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Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner Mohamed Bundu is board-certified both as a psychiatric mental health nurse practitioner and family nurse practitioner. He currently practices at the Veteran's Affairs Medical Center in Washington, D.C. As a native of Sierra Leone in West Africa, he has been aspiring to become part of the medical community since the age of seven to fulfill my desire to care for people. While working to achieve this goal, he developed an interest in the sciences. Bundu's experience includes several years of working in neurology, medical/telemetry, psychiatric units in inpatient and working in a primary care pediatric clinic in Maryland. He also served in the department of youth and correctional services, and now in the infectious disease clinic in Washington, DC. He serves as a primary care provider and also manages their infections ranging from HIV/AIDs, hepatitis B and C, TB, and all sexually transmitted diseases. His heart and passion are not only in caring for others but assisting patients in transitioning to wellness. He earned my Master of Science degree in leadership management focusing on education and post-master's family nurse practitioner from the University of Maryland, Baltimore. Working in both a youth detention facility and an infectious disease clinic, mainly with HIV patients, has shown him the break between medical and psychiatric care, with body/mind linkage often overlooked. These breaks in care reinvigorated him to pursue a psychiatric mental health nurse practitioner certificate at the University of Cincinnati, so that he could develop a practice that assimilates medicine and mental health for the most effective treatment. In addition to his professional experience, Mohamed Bundu has plans to pursue advanced training in complementary and alternative therapeutic modalities in personal health including yoga, meditation, and many other therapeutic modalities. He chose to work in these facilities because of his years of experience in the military served in Afghanistan. Working over eleven years as a charge nurse, five years as a family nurse practitioner, five years as a high school teacher plus his eight years in the military has given him a unique gift to serve his patients better, especially those with mental conditions. His professional aspiration is the satisfaction and gratification found in serving others whenever and wherever they are in need.

Languages: Temne and Krio/Creole


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