Mercy Clinic staff in Fort Scott welcomed Amanda Stice on August 5, 2017 as a new nurse practitioner.
As a registered nurse, Stice decided to take on a bigger role in patient care and went on to become a family nurse practitioner.
Specializing in family medicine, she is board certified by the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners and earned her master’s degree from the University of Missouri-Kansas City, according to a press release from Mercy.
She offers routine health care, management of chronic diseases, wellness exams, well woman exams, sports and school physicals, vaccinations and immunizations, treatment of minor illness and injuries and more.
Experiences in her practice have created many rewarding moments, Stice said.
“These experiences are what keep me passionate about my career and role in my patient’s health,” she said.
Previously, she worked for nearly six years at University of Kansas Hospital as a registered nurse in acute care units.
After earning her master’s degree, she worked in urgent care in Independence, transitioning into primary care at the same location.
She and her husband live in Fort Scott with their two children.
Stice will see patients at Mercy Clinic Suite A, located in the hospital.
To make an appointment, call (620) 223-8040.