Amy Ossian, PA-C
Amy Ossian believes that the most important part of caring for people is listening to them. By truly hearing what her patients are saying about their bodies or their children’s bodies, she can more quickly diagnose problems and suggest approaches that will work for their health and lifestyle. Amy strives to treat all her patients with the kindness and thoroughness she would give a family member.
Amy enjoys helping individuals of all ages, whether it’s moms and dads navigating parenting issues, adolescents and early adults figuring out how to live healthy and productive lives, or adults trying to master a work-life balance. She also has a special interest in nutrition and how it can help patients become their healthiest selves.
Amy earned a master’s in physician assistant studies from the University of Colorado Denver in Aurora, Colorado. She holds a bachelor of science in biology from San Diego State University in San Diego, California. Before joining Vancouver Clinic she cared for patients at the University of Utah’s urgent care and served a homeless population at the Wasatch Homeless Clinic in Salt Lake City, Utah. Amy has been on medical mission trips to Haiti and Malawi, Africa, and finds it fulfilling to heal and advocate for those who don’t have a voice.
Amy and her husband, a former head aerial ski coach for the U.S. Ski Team, have two children. She loves to garden—a passion she inherited from her grandfather, who started Yard ‘N Garden Land in Hazel Dell. Thanks to a stint studying cooking and wine in Florence, Italy, she makes a mean Bolognese.