Nnaemeka Anosike, LPN

Nnaemeka Anosike, LPN


Nnaemeka “Emeka” Anosike is a licensed nurse practitioner offering services to adults and adolescents in California. He has a variety of clinical interests, however, he specializes in bipolar disorder, mood disorders and ADHD. Emeka became a nurse practitioner because he believes in helping individuals manage and deal with mental and behavioral conditions.

When Emeka is not providing service to his patients, he enjoys traveling and he absolutely loves being on the soccer field!

  • Adult
  • Anger Management
  • Anxiety/Phobias
  • Bipolar Disorder
  • Depression
  • Grief/Loss
  • Men's Issues
  • Mood Disorders
  • Schizophrenia
  • Substance Abuse
  • Trauma/PTSD
  • CA-California
Accepted Insurances
  • California | Aetna
  • California | Anthem CA MediCal
  • California | Aspire
  • California | Centivo
  • California | CHOMP Employees Health Plan
  • California | Cigna
  • California | Collaborative Employees Health Plan
  • California | Community Hospital of Monterey Peninsula CHOMP
  • California | Humana Community
  • California | Humana Gold Plus
  • California | Humana Gold Plus SNP-DE
  • California | Humana Honor
  • California | Humana Value Plus
  • California | HumanaChoice
  • California | MHN
  • California | Optum
  • California | Out-of-pocket
  • California | Santa Clara Family Health Plan (SCFHP)
  • California | SVMH Employees Health Plan
  • California | SVMH is Salinas Valley Memorial Hospital
  • California | Wayforward
Age Ranges
  • 12-18
  • 18-25
  • 25-65
Services Provided
  • Medication Management

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