Amy, a native of Pine Grove, Pennsylvania is a board certified Physician Assistant who has been practicing in dermatology since 2005. She received her Bachelor’s Degree from Bucknell University with a major in Biology and a minor in French. She obtained her Masters of Medical Science (MMS) in the Physician Assistant program from Arcadia University.
Amy practices both Medical and Surgical Dermatology. She is trained to diagnose and treat numerous dermatological conditions, as well as to provide surgical treatment for skin cancers and precancerous lesions.
She is active in the community, often performing skin cancer screenings at charitable events. She also gives lectures about nutrition and dermatology for Physician Assistant programs and enjoys precepting Physician Assistant students during their clinical rotations.
When Amy is not in the office, you can find her running, skiing, playing golf and volleyball, cooking, teaching children’s cooking classes, leading garden club and spending time with her family and two children. She holds a certification in Plant-Based Nutrition and has a passion for overall health and wellness.
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