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.
D.C. native Amanda Sultani believes primary care allows her to establish strong relationships with patients and assist them in maintaining their health through prevention and education. One Medical Group’s patient-centered approach appeals to Amanda because it allows her the time to address concerns while still fostering the patient-provider relationship that’s at the core of her practice. With a style that’s knowledgeable, approachable, empathetic, and dedicated, Amanda listens carefully to patients and collaborates with them to achieve their goals while using evidence-based medicine to provide the best care possible. She is particularly interested in areas of adolescent medicine, mental health, preventative health and education, women’s health, travel medicine, and more. To stay healthy, she cooks and gardens, and she loves spending time with her family. Amanda received her bachelors from The George Washington University before attending Drexel University for her Physician Assistant studies. She is NCCPA-certified.