Board Certified Nurse Practitioner

Ms Rosy is a Board Certified Family Nurse practitioner in Chantilly and Ashburn/South Riding VA. She has experience of more then 5 years in Medicine. Ms Rosyhas wide range of experience treating patients from a common cold to more complex problems such as Heart Disease and Diabetes.

About

Ms Rosy was born in Nepal and lived in various cities across the U.S.A. before settling in Loudoun County for the past 5+ years. She currently lives in Ashburn with her husband and son. She is fluent in English, Nepali, Urdu and Hindi. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with family, traveling, and trying new cuisines.

Education

Ms. Rosy received her Bachelor’s of Science in Information Systems from Northern Kentucky University and her Bachelor’s of Science in Nursing from Marymount University. After gaining work experience in various settings including urgent care and hospital nursing, Ms. Rosy obtained her Master’s of Science in Nursing with a concentration in Family Practice through Chamberlain University. Ms Rosy is Board Certified with AFNP.​

Practice Philosophy​

Ms. Rosy advocates for preventative health measures and is keen on promoting lifestyle changes to maintain or regain health. She has a strong focus on providing patient education and helping the patient to understand their diagnoses, treatment, and follow-up plan. She recognizes the importance of including loved ones to help patients accomplish their goals. Ms. Rosy prioritizes patient safety by utilizing evidence-based care. She aims to help patients achieve and maintain their health goals through individualized comprehensive care.

Goal

My goal is a happy healthy you!! Also to provide the best care possible to all my patients. As a Family Provider, it is my responsibility to integrate the most recent advances in medicine and technology into my daily practice of caring for you and your family. This requires persistence in reading and applying the current medical literature as well as integrating it into daily care. This constant ‘practice’ of medicine makes me, as your Family Practioner, uniquely able to understand the true impact of new technologies, drugs and to have insight into which will prove successful, potentially harmful or become a passing medical fad.