Amanda Conner, PA-C


  • Emory University 2004-2007, School of Medicine, Physician Assistant Program, Master of Medical Science
  • Mercer University 1997-2001, School of Arts and Sciences, Bachelor of Science in Biology

Work Experience

Physician Assistant- Urgent Care- American CareSource/ GoNow Doctors Urgent and Primary Care. July 2014- May 2017

  • Worked in a private Primary/Urgent Care setting seeing both urgent care patients and responsible for primary care patients.
  • Worked independently to evaluate, treat, and diagnose patients. Managed and facilitated care by independently ordering and interpreting labs, interpreted x-rays, CT scans, physical exams and indicated medications.
  • Proficient in suturing, wound care, I&D, reductions, and fracture care.

Physician Assistant- Emergency Department- Emerginet, Henry Medical Center and Southern Regional Medical Center Emergency Room December 2007- July 2014

  • Worked in fast-paced emergency room to comprehensively care and treat for patients.
  • Coordinated and orchestrated staff to meet the needs in ED and triage area.
  • Executed documentation, plan of care and treatment plan in a patient’s chart.
  • Conducted the patient’s history and physical, lab work, interpreted x-rays, CT scans, and other supporting data to efficiently and compassionately treat patients.

Guest Lecturer- Mercer University Physician Assistant Program Summer 2008-Summer 2010

  • Instructed numerous lectures each semester in GI medicine and Emergency Room Medicine.
  • In addition, assist in laboratory classes to include suturing, splint placement, physical exams, and sterile technique.
  • Created PowerPoint presentations according to Mercer University guidelines.

Physician Assistant- GI- Digestive Healthcare of Georgia, Piedmont Hospital March 2007 – December 2007

  • Worked with a 9 physician group working exclusively in the hospital performing history and physicals, consultations, follow-up notes, compiling and synthesizing data.
  • Rounded on inpatients and aided with admissions to inpatient units.
  • Assisted in the placement and care of PEG tubes as well as consenting for procedures.
  • Facilitated GI management with transplant team during consultations.

Professional Memberships

  • American Academy of Physician Assistants, Member since August 2004
  • Georgia Association of Physician Assistants, Member since August 2004


Volunteering for Special Olympics, playing tennis, spending time with my daughter, Parker, and dog, Q-tip. I also enjoy hiking and enjoying time with family and friends.