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KYLE ARNOLD, a psychiatric mental health nurse practitioner (PMHNP), has joined Oswego Health to provide care at the Center for Mental Health & Wellness for Youth. Arnold has nine years’ experience as a registered nurse working throughout Central New York and the northeast. In 2018, he transitioned to provide direct care to adult patients experiencing a psychiatric crisis, a field he soon discovered was his passion. Most recently he was an intensive crisis stabilization PMHNP at Helio Health, where he provided walk-in care for adult and pediatric patients experiencing psychiatric or substance-related emergencies. Arnold is also an adjunct clinical instructor at Utica University, where he teaches clinical skills to students on an inpatient psychiatric unit. Arnold earned a master’s degree in nursing in 2023 from Duke University. He completed his bachelor’s degree in nursing in 2015 from Utica College and also earned a bachelor’s in music from SUNY Empire State in 2002. The Center for Mental Health & Wellness for Youth includes child/adolescent psychiatrists, psychologists, counselors, and nurses who work closely with families, empowering them to successfully support their children during and after treatment, Oswego Health said. The department provides a wide range of outpatient services to children ages 5-18, including medication management and therapy.

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