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Amy Haverty, PNP
Nurse Practitioner
Departments: Community Based Clinics
Specialties: Pediatrics - General|Pediatrics - Urgent Care
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Amy Haverty received her Bachelors of Science in Nursing from Marquette University in Milwaukee, Wisconsin in 1994. She spent five years as an RN on active duty with the Army. While in the Army, Amy worked in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, the Pediatrics Unit, and the Combat Support Hospital. In 1999 Amy joined UTMB Pediatric Associates in Galveston, working as Nursing Manager. She joined UTMB Pediatric Associates Alvin in 2007, after earning her Master’s of Science in Nursing from UTMB, specializing in pediatrics. Amy has recently transferred to the Friendswood Pediatric and Adult Care Clinic to continue taking care of patients.

Amy is board certified as a Pediatric Nurse Practitioner. Her special interests include child nutrition and immunizations. Amy volunteers with local scouting organizations, providing medical services and training.

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Registered Nurse,Texas Board of Nurse Examiners

Certified Pediatric Nurse Practitioner-Primary Care,Pediatric Nurse Certification Board

UTMB Health Pediatric and Adult Primary Care - Friendswood
128 West Parkwood Avenue
Friendswood, TX 77546
Fax: (281) 482-3963

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Every time my kids have gone has been a great experience w/the medical staff.Apr 28,2017
Amy is great and patient with my children. She usually follows up with a call to check on them if their visit is a sick visit. After our last visit she became aware of an after hours call I placed. She called me as soon as she was made aware of my concerns which she fully addressed.Mar 07,2017
waited almost an hour for our appointment, then felt a little rushed when seeing her.Nov 29,2016
it might be that my son, the patient, hasn't been ill often so we rarely come or that I didn't have any concerns but I felt like very minimal questions are asked about my son for his well visit. I don't know how the provider is able to get a good assessment of the patient. some parents are in denial of a problem or delay their child may be exhibiting & I don't believe the providers would be able to pick up on them during the brief encounter & based on the few questions if the parent that brings the child in isn't voicing their concerns.Nov 01,2016
I thought that the time and attention she gave us was exceptional. She was very caring and helpful.Oct 31,2016
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