Kristine Mbamalu, NP

Nurse Practitioner

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Kristine was born in the Philippines where she spent her early years before her family relocated to Nigeria. Growing up in these two regions, both marred by hardship and uncertainty, and with African and Asian parents, helped instill in her the tenacity, discipline, and motivation to aspire and achieve greatness in whatever she chose to do. Her parents were the first to provide her an appreciation for human life while placing value on service and the greater good for all. Having these virtues instilled in her at such a formative age helped shape her world view and attached an invaluable appraisal on quality of life and health. As she began her formal education, she naturally gravitated toward the healthcare industry with the sole purpose of improving and saving lives.

Kristine’s endearment for human prosperity and humanity as a whole drew her to the field. Early on, she focused on caring for people while consciously thinking about ways she could improve their health and educate herself on current healthcare standards as well as what the future of health care would look like.

She enjoys playing a part in improving health and life in general. She finds unmatched fulfillment in helping advance medical care and human well being and has a desire to be at the forefront of revolutionizing and providing a better standard of living for all.

When she isn’t working, Kristine enjoys swimming. traveling, and shopping.


Education & Training
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Charles R. Drew School of Medicine and Science

Ms. Mbamalu received her Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) from Charles R. Drew School of Medicine and Science and has her Psychiatric-Mental Health Nurse Practitioner (PMHNP) board certification