Messeret Yohannes is a board-certified Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner. Messeret graduated from Georgia State University with a Master of Science Degree in Nursing in 2018. She also graduated with her Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing from Kennesaw State University in 2009. Prior to attending nursing school, Messeret also attended Addis Ababa University and studied economics for two years. Messeret has over 10 years of experience as a Registered Nurse working in various hospitals in the state of Georgia. Messeret has devoted her career in taking care of patients with multiple psychological/mental health disorders and medical illnesses. Throughout her nursing career, she provided a direct patient care and involved in leadership role collaborating with physicians, staff, and healthcare professionals in the process of planning and providing effective care.
Messeret believes giving back to the community is a true success. She has always been active in her community in providing community service. In 2015, she was able to help a rural community in Ethiopia get clean water well by organizing community leaders. She is currently managing a bridge construction over the Saga river in South Gondar Ethiopia to save many lives that are lost during the rainy season due to the absence of a bridge. She is also an active member of Medemer in Action movement to help strengthen the rural Ethiopia community and improve their quality of life in the most critical areas such as providing clean water.
Currently, Messeret works as a mental health provider in a psychiatry hospital in Atlanta, Georgia. She is also a part-time instructor, teaching undergraduate nursing students at Georgia State University. Her vision is to give back to her community by teaching, providing medical mission, inspiring, strengthening the rural community and be the voice for those who can not speak for themselves.
Messeret Yohannes, MSN-PMHNP-BC, BSN, RN.
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