Amanda Goodrich, PA-C is a board certified physician assistant who received her Master of Science in Physician Assistant Studies at A.T. Still University in Mesa, AZ. Amanda became a physician assistant to make a lasting impact with patients. She strives to provide exceptional care to her patients, focusing on building strong relationships and providing compassionate care to aid in the holistic growth of patient’s health and wellness. True to her holistic training and innate passion for caring for the whole person, Amanda believes the best practice in medicine considers a patient’s body, mind and spirit.
As a PA-C in cardiology medicine, Amanda is a medical professional who can diagnose illnesses, prescribe medications, order and interpret tests/diagnostics and develop and manage treatment plans. She works hand in hand with the Cardiologist’s at Lifetime Heart and Vascular. Currently, she provides outpatient cardiac services with hospital privileges at Chandler Regional Medical Center and Mercy Gilbert Medical Center. Amanda manages a wide variety of cardiovascular diseases, with a focus on congestive heart failure, arrhythmias such as atrial fibrillation, anticoagulation/warfarin management, heart monitors and coronary artery disease. With her philosophy of quality care and competent skill set, Amanda’s primary focus is providing the best care possible to her patient’s focusing on improving patient outcomes and helping patient’s better understand their medical conditions.
When Amanda isn’t caring for patients or continuing her education, she enjoys spending time with her husband, fur babies, Oakley and Fitz, and family. She is an avid hiker, CrossFit enthusiast and enjoys traveling abroad.