College of Health Sciences
Dr. Pamela Mokoko, is a Contributing Faculty in the Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner Program, in the graduate School of Nursing.
She earned her DNP from Walden University, her MSN from South University and a Postmaster certification in Psychiatry. She is a board certified Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP-C) and a board certified Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner (PMHNP-BC). She is also, a Commissioned Corp Officer, as a Lieutenant with the United State Public Health Service (USPHS).
The duties performed as a PMHNP, FNP and as a commissioned Corp officer has opportune Dr. Mokoko to provide presentation on integrated and collaborative healthcare across life span, mentorship to nurses on all levels of education, presentation to undergraduate and graduate students in different universities. She promotes public health awareness nationwide. In her current duty as a commissioned Corp officer, she is the Assistant Clinical Director of a 32 bed residential treatment facility for adolescent youth serving the California Area Office of Indian Health Service. She serves as the sole primary and psychiatric healthcare provider, thereby performing clinical and administrative duties in her facility. She leads an interdisciplinary team of behavioral staff in the delivery of evidence based care to Native American/Alaska Native adolescents. She provides education to the residents, families and staff on disease process, and other aspects of therapeutic regimens including psychotherapy and the use of psychotropic medications. She provides education on Nutrition, Life style modification and prevention of chronic diseases such as hypertension, Diabetes, and infectious diseases.