In her practice as a physician assistant, Amy Celichowski wants to empower her patients to take control of their health and improve their overall well-being. She believes everyday lifestyle choices have a big impact on personal health.
"I became a physician assistant to be in a profession where I am continually learning and making a difference in people's lives," Amy says. "I want to be an advocate for my patients and form relationships based on trust and a common goal - to improve your health."
After earning her bachelor's degree in psychology from Carroll University in Waukesha, Wisconsin, Amy received her master's degree in physician assistant studies from Stony Brook University in New York. She is certified by the National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants.
Born and raised in Wisconsin, Amy moved to Oregon in 2010. In her spare time, she enjoys hiking, snowboarding and fly fishing.
State University of New York at Stony Brook 2008
National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants, Physician Assistant
My arthritic knee became very painful. I was seen as soon as I asked for an appointment and was treated very well.Providence Patient
l am a new patient at the clinic and found everyone to be polite & caring. l am very satisfied with the service l received. Thank you .Providence Patient
Best office - wouldn't change a thing.Providence Patient
I am always impressed by the level of care that I experience every time I visit the clinic.Providence Patient
Amy seemed very knowledgeable and experienced for what I needed, communicated well. I wish I could have gotten these symptoms explored more thoroughly in their earlier stages at my first visit in May.Providence Patient
Amy was professional and thorough.Providence Patient
All was good. My questions were answered and I was referred to a skin doctor.Providence Patient
[...] Amy seems to know about problems with phlegm that I have, and working on solving my problem. She seems to be very intelligent and knowledgeable.Hang on. to her. Thank you Providence [...]Providence Patient
Amy was good at explaining things & sent home information. I could review if needed.Providence Patient
Other than prescribing an antibiotic, she did nothing to better my condition. She was apparently not capable nor prepared with the proper supplies (which may be why she told me to come back in a week), in order to remove the matter in my ear. She should have recommended that I see an ENT doctor right then. [...]Providence Patient
[...] very nice, had a great sense of humor, and was extremely professional to deal with. She took my blood pressure again that day, and immediately prescribed medication to lower it, along with an antibiotic for my urinary problems. She also scheduled me for a follow up appointment [...] to check the efficacy of the blood pressure medication. Amy also called me two days after I saw her to let me know the results of the urine sample lab results, and to ask how I was feeling:-). Kudos and a heartfelt thanks to everyone at the clinic for providing above and beyond outstanding care to me on those occasions. [...]Providence Patient
This person was not my regular doctor but she was good.Providence Patient