Amy Nightengale, APRN-BC, FNP-C*

Specialty: Pulmonolgy

We are pleased to introduce Amy Nightengale--advanced practice registered nurse-board certified (APRN-BC) and certified family nurse practitioner (FNP-C). 

With nearly 20 years of medical experience, Amy is involved in all aspects of patient care. She contributes to her patients’ healthcare by providing them with as much education as possible, and allowing them to be a part of the decision-making process. She sees patients for those unplanned ailments in life: coughs, colds, cuts, sprains, concerns that are urgent, but not life-threatening. She strives to provide compassionate, timely service to those she serves.

Amy earned a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Tabor College in Wichita, Kansas, and holds a Master of Science in Nursing – Family Nurse Practitioner from Wichita State University in Wichita, Kansas.

Amy was born in Kentucky and raised in southwest Kansas. When she is not practicing medicine, she enjoys spending time with her wonderful husband and three kids participating in a variety of outdoor activities, including running, hiking, and skiing. She also loves reading.


*This provider proudly participates in the Bingham Direct Program.

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