-Acute and Chronic Pain Management


    -National Commission of Certification of Physician Assistant
    -New York State Registered


Amy earned her Bachelor’s in Biology with honors from Cortland College, New York. She was awarded the Dr. Norman B. Reynolds Memorial Scholarship, Leadership Recognition Award and was a member of Biology Honor Society. She then continued her studies at Touro College in Long Island, New York to become a Physician Assistant. She graduated summa cum laude and was awarded the Touro College Award for Academic Achievement and the Touro College Award for Clinical Achievement.

Amy’s 27 years of experience includes 8 years as a surgical physician assistant in general medicine at St. Joseph’s Hospital and private practice in orthopedics, and 19 years dedicated to caring for patients with acute and chronic pain management needs.

Outside of work, Amy enjoys art, music, and family outings.