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Amy Biedenbach, M.P.A.S., P.A.-C.

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  • Physician Assistant
  • Instructor of Surgery, Division of Trauma, Critical Care and Acute Care Surgery, School of Medicine

About me

Amy Biedenbach, M.P.A.S., P.A.-C., is an experienced, competent and compassionate surgical first assistant with extensive experience and training. She has assisted on well over 6000 laparoscopic and open general and bariatric surgeries. She is competent with endoscopy, revision surgery, emergent/trauma surgery and in-patient follow up care. Additionally, Amy has training with operating the Davinci robot in surgery, as well as minimally invasive techniques and surgery. She has put together and conducted workshops for Minimally Invasive Surgery Skills for Physician Assistants. Amy loves to teach and impart knowledge to trainees. She empowers her patients by educating them and assisting in their path to recovery. In her spare time, Amy enjoys reading, bicycling, walking her dog and rescue/placement of stray animals.

Education and training

    • B.A., 1990, University of Michigan Dearborn
    • M.P.A.S., 1998, University of Detroit Mercy
  • Certifications

    • NCCPA National Board Certification

Memberships and associations:

  • American Association of Surgical Physician Assistants
  • American Academy of Physician Assistants
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