Kelley is a Lincoln native and graduated from UNMC as a nurse in 1994. She worked several jobs as a nurse and while she enjoyed them all her favorite was the position in the ICU at Lincoln General Hospital. Kelley received her APRN in 2004 and is now dually certified by the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners as a family practice nurse practitioner and psychiatric mental health nurse practitioner. Kelley first began working in rural communities as a nurse practitioner. She also was the primary provider at the City Mission Medical Clinic, which she loved. In her time there, they served over 15,000 people across many states. While at the City Mission, Kelley also spent time mentoring both nursing and medical students. Kelley says her favorite part of the work she did was getting to know people and helping people from all walks of life. She especially enjoyed working with the most vulnerable populations which included immigrants/refugees, uninsured and underinsured.
Kelley Hanau, APRN, PMHNP-BC
Occupation:Licensed Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner
Licensed Family Nurse Practitioner
Core skills:Medical Evaluation & Management
Primary & Urgent Care
Psych Evaluation & Management
Health Promotion & Disease Prevention
Medication Counseling & Consultation
Evidence Based Screening & Assessment for Behavioral Health Disorders
Certificates:Bachelors of Science in Nursing, University of Nebraska Medical Center
Masters of Science in Nursing – Family, University of Nebraska Medical Center
Post Masters Certificate – Psychiatric, University of Nebraska Medical Center
American Nurses Credentialing Center: Psychiatric-Mental Health Nurse Practitioner, Family Nurse Practitioner
American Academy of Nurse Practitioners: Family Nurse Practitioner
Location:9100 Andermatt Drive, Suite 1, Lincoln, NE 68526
Kelley also spent some time working at Bluestem Health Clinic. Kelley also works at The Bridge Behavioral Health in Lincoln treating clients struggling with substance abuse issues and addiction. Kelley is very passionate about incorporating the whole person and using an integrated and holistic approach in all plans of care that are patient focused. Her philosophy is to look at the complete person and include both counseling and medication in plans of care.
Kelley has been married for 21 years and has four grown children and looking forward to the new arrival of their first grandbaby. Kelley lives on a small acreage and enjoys quilting, yardwork, gardening, cooking and photography.
Kelley is currently accepting new patients; call now (402) 434-2730 to schedule an appointment.