Amy L. Cheng, A.R.N.P. 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.
Cheng 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 is a board certified adult nurse practitioner with American Nurses Credentialing Center.
Cheng's clinical interests include musculoskeletal issues, diabetes management, women’s health and family planning, and chronic pain management. She
is passionate about partnering with patients to help them make informed decisions concerning their health and well-being. Her 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.
Cheng enjoys traveling internationally, exploring new cultures and languages, bicycling, hiking and reading.
Education and Training
University of Washington School of Nursing
Medical education, 2011
Adult Health Nurse Practitioner, 2011, American Nurses Credentialing Center