About Clint Rayhill, APRN, MSN
Clint Rayhill, APRN, MSN, is a board-certified Family Nurse Practitioner and a Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner. He has always had an interest in mental health and when his son was diagnosed with high-functioning autism, he decided to shift this interest further into a career. Clint completed his Psychiatric Mental Health NP training from Western Kentucky University and completed his Master’s Degree FNP training from St. Joseph’s College of Maine. His clinical journey began in 2005 in both inpatient and outpatient facilities, gaining most of his experience at University of Louisville Hospital with a wide variety of patient populations.
Clint enjoys private practice as it enables him to establish long term relationships with patients. This allows him to aid in discovering a treatment plan that better provides for their needs. He continues to have an enthusiasm for learning particularly cutting-edge science as well as knowledge involving the brain and the body. When not involved with seeing patients, Clint is often looking for ways to promote mental health in the community either through research or education. It is a dream of his to see the mental health stigma come to an end. He wishes to see all people suffering from a mental health condition to be free from shame or guilt when trying to cope.
When not in the office, Clint enjoys spending time with his wife and two children. He likes to be active, enjoys being out in nature, and loves to travel. He is dedicated to his family and community. Clint brings to the practice a compassionate nature and an abiding commitment to individualized and comprehensive mental health care for patients.