Amy Cheng is an adult nurse practitioner who cares for those 13 years old and older, focusing on preventive care and partnering with patients to promote healthy lifestyles.
Amy earned her first bachelor’s degree from the University of Alaska-Anchorage and her bachelor's of nursing and master's of nursing degrees from the University of Washington.
She has been working in primary care for the past two years and prior to that worked in chronic pain management, providing narcotic/nonnarcotic medication management, refilling and programming of intrathecal pump implants, and evaluating patients for epidural steroid injections and spinal cord stimulators.
She is a board certified adult nurse practitioner with American Nurses Credentialing Center.
Patient Care Philosophy
I am passionate about partnering with patients to help them make informed decisions concerning their health and well-being. My goal is to have a holistic approach, looking at how nutrition, physical activity, work and family life, and mental and emotional health affect total wellness.
Musculoskeletal issues; diabetes management; women’s health and family planning; chronic pain management.
Amy completed a master’s thesis on factors that promoted and inhibited handwashing in Vietnam among mothers with young children.
|University of Washington School of Nursing||Medical education||2011|
|American Academy of Nurse Practitioners||Adult Health Nurse Practitioner||2011|