Amy Chau, FNP - Family Practice

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4.9 out of 5 stars - 103 total ratings

Originally from California, Amy first started her career in medicine as a nurse before becoming an advanced practitioner. “I decided to become a nurse practitioner because I wanted to care for my patients on a different level,” she explains. “I want all my patients to feel heard, cared for, and know that I am on their side.”

What Amy loves the most about primary care and family medicine is the opportunity she gets to educate her patients. “As a nurse, I saw many patients that were not given the proper education to understand their chronic illness or why they were prescribed a certain medication. I believe primary care is the key to this puzzle and I want to be that person who not only provides care and manages that care for them but to be able to educate them as best I can.”

When caring for patients, Amy believes in using a patient-centered approach and treating the patient holistically at all times. She carefully develops individual and comprehensive care plans while also empowering the patient to participate in their health decisions. Amy truly enjoys her role as an advanced practitioner. “Being an advanced practitioner, I get to be a part of my patient’s lives and be present for some of the happiest moments they experience while also supporting them through difficult and vulnerable times,” she explains.

When she is not busy caring for patients Amy enjoys playing and hiking with her two Corgis and traveling and taking day trips throughout New England. She also enjoys watching football on Sunday with family and friends.

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