Nicole Albaugh, PMHNP-BC

Psychiatry & Medication Management

Fargo, North Dakota

Nicole Albaugh, PMHNP-BC | Psychiatry & Medication Management | Fargo

Nicole Albaugh is a Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner with board certification to treat psychiatric conditions in adults, adolescents, and children. Nicole provides psychiatric assessments and medication management. She has experience in a variety of areas, including inpatient and outpatient psychiatry, home health, domestic and sexual violence, and eating disorders. Nicole works collaboratively with her clients using a holistic and person-centered approach to meet their treatment goals. Nicole has a genuine compassion for helping individuals across the lifespan who are dealing with mental illness. She believes that both physical and mental health are key to achieving optimal health and well-being.

In her free time Nicole enjoys spending time with family, friends and animals, flower gardening, needlework, hockey games, dancing, and going for walks.


  • Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practioner
  • Child Abuse Prevention Studies I & II

Professional Committees/Organizations

  • American Psychiatric Association
  • American Nurses Association
  • American Association of Nurse Practioners
  • Minnesota Nurses Association


  • MS Nursing – University of North Dakota
  • MA Counseling and Psychological Services – St. Mary’s University, Minnesota
  • BS Nursing – Minnesota State University Moorhead
  • BA Psychology – University of Minnesota Duluth
  • BA Criminology – University of Minnesota Duluth

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