Associate Professor, Physician Assistant Studies
Health Sciences Program Director
Pre-Professional PA Program Coordinator
B.S. Health Sciences - Philadelphia University, 2002
M.S. Physician Assistant Studies - Philadelphia University, 2004
Post-M.S. Certificate in Midwifery - in process
National Commission on the Certification of Physician Assistants
Advanced Cardiac Life Support
AWHONN Electronic Fetal Monitoring
Family Medicine, Women’s Health
Academic and Research Interests:
Women’s Health, Pediatrics, Patient Education, Breastfeeding support, Health Sciences advising
PA Courses Taught:
Pathophysiology, Clinical Medicine, Clinical Reasoning, Clinical Disciplines Overview (Women's Health and Pediatrics), Pediatrics Rotation, Master's Comprehensive Experience
Amy Baker is the first graduate of the Philadelphia University Physician Assistant Program to return to teach. After graduating in 2004, she worked full-time in a family practice setting for approximately two years. During her time in full time family practice she was an adjunct faculty member at Philadelphia University in the Physical Diagnosis lab and was also a preceptor for Physician Assistant students from Philadelphia University and medical students from University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey.
Amy is currently an Associate Professor in the Philadelphia University Physician Assistant Program. She is also the Pre-Professional PA coordinator, working to improve the education of the 5 Year BS/MS students. She continues to work clinically with Talamo Family Practice Group in Collegeville, PA. She, her husband, and their 2 cute kids recently moved to Lafayette Hill, after living in the East Falls section of Philadelphia for 7 years. She is currently pursuing a post-master’s certificate in Midwifery.