Physician Assistant, an advanced practice degree for primary care providers who undergo extensive practical training and board certification, and are licensed to practice medicine including the full range of diagnosis, treatment, and prevention.
Amanda is compassionate provider who takes a collaborative approach to health care, connecting with patients on a personal level to create a plan of action that fits their lifestyle. She encourages patients to find a healthy work-life balance to reduce stress and improve their overall health. To keep herself healthy, she enjoys escaping the city to take a relaxing hike in nature. Amanda is fluent in Spanish and happy to see patients who speak the language. Amanda graduated from the University of Pittsburgh and went on to receive a Masters of Health Science in International Public Health from Johns Hopkins University. She completed her Physician Assistant Training at Emory University and is certified by the National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants.