Amanda Moseley is a board-certified women’s health nurse practitioner who loves working with women across the lifespan. In high school, she shadowed OB/GYN providers and found what she wanted to be when she grew up. Her nursing journey includes oncology and BMT, then cardiac and general ICU. These areas provided a solid base of knowledge before transitioning to high-risk obstetrics. Amanda worked as a registered nurse in labor and delivery at Presbyterian/St. Luke’s Medical Center for 11 years, caring for laboring mothers and high-risk antepartum women before accomplishing her goal of a master’s degree in nursing in women’s health from the University of Colorado.
With her advanced degree, Amanda transitioned into outpatient care of women in the community with a private practice in Denver for seven years. This fostered caring and lasting relationships while working with patients in their teens to women in their golden years. Amanda has brought this amazing experience back to the inpatient role at PSL as a perinatal nurse practitioner with Obstetrix Medical Group. Every day is fulfilling caring for high-risk pregnant women and being a part of a strong team of perinatology providers who go above the expected for exemplary care.
She hails from Phoenix, Arizona, and graduated from the University of Arizona College of Nursing in Tucson before moving to Colorado to continue exploring the outdoors. She and her husband have two tween daughters that enjoy skiing, hiking, rock climbing, and traveling together.
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