Gena Kosmides


Gena Kosmides

Psych Nurse Practitioner

Gena Kosmides, MSN, RN, CRNP-PMH is a nurse and a highly specialized practitioner in the field of psychiatric mental health. She has worked closely with patients suffering from mental health conditions in the hospital and outpatient setting. Her expertise with medical management makes her the ideal healthcare professional to stand at the helm, overseeing your sessions from beginning to end.

Gena will ensure that your treatment experience is optimized to address the unique issues that you face. Her goal for you is a future where you no longer suffer from intolerable symptoms that can make life difficult.

Gena has the credentials and experience to work with you to identify issues relating to PTSD, OCD, depression, anxiety, bipolar, as well as chronic and neuropathic pain.

Gena Kosmides conducts intricate initial psychiatric assessments and skillfully manages medication and coordinates comprehensive care for individuals with complex mental health conditions, including Major Depressive Disorders, Bipolar Disorder, and PTSD, among others.

She also dedicates time to supervising advanced nurse practitioner trainees and contributing to their professional development. She maintains a focus on evidence-based guidelines to ensure the highest level of patient safety and quality care.

Gena is committed to continuing education and stays current on new medications and treatments. She previously worked as Psychiatric Staff Nurse at Anne Arundel Medical Center, where she was responsible for various aspects of psychiatric care, including crisis intervention.

She has served as an HSCRC Nursing Grant Program Manager/Coordinator, where she had a vital role in the application and selection process for nursing grants, showing her commitment to the educational aspects of the profession.

Gena has been active in committee participation, most notably with the LGBTQ Business Resource Group and the American Psychiatric Nurses Association. Additionally, her skills span an extensive range—from medication administration and ICU experience to adult education and program development.