THE MERAKI BEHAVIORAL HEALTH CLINIC
Dr. McNeill is a nurse practitioner (NP) with a focus in family medicine and psychiatry (anxiety disorders, depression, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, eating disorder, etc.). She is also an associate professor of health, human services, and science at Ashford University. She earned her PhD in human services with a specialization in health care administration from Capella University, an MSN for University of South Alabama focusing in family practice, an MBA and a BsIT from AIU, and a BSN from Emory University. She has been an assistant professor for over a decade, teaching across several healthcare programs at both baccalaureate and master’s levels in gerontology, healthcare administration, management, and nursing. Professionally, she has spent over a decade in healthcare leadership, as a practicing clinician, an educator, and a researcher. Dr. McNeill was named Director of the Year by the International Nurses Association (INA) for her work in community care. She is a member of the United Advanced Practice Registered Nurses - GA chapter and the American Association of Nurse Practitioners. She is passionate about providing quality, evidence-based, and affordable care, with access to all residents. She believes that patient-centeredness is of the upmost importance and lends to more successful patient outcomes.