Amy Matheny, MD, MPH
Physician, Partnership Health Center
Associate Program Director, Family Medicine Residency of Western Montana
I am originally from Rhode Island and completed my medical school training at Brown University, with the assistance of a National Health Service Corps Scholarship. During medical school, I also obtained a Master of Public Health from Harvard University with a focus in Family and Community Health. I completed my residency training in Boise, Idaho, and subsequently practiced at community health centers in Butte, Montana and later in Missoula, Montana. I have always been passionate about ways to strengthen the primary care workforce, particularly through a lens of social justice. As the specialty of Family Medicine partly emerged out of the Civil Rights Movement and is focused on a biopsychosocial model of care, I feel practicing as a Family Medicine physician is one of the best ways to provide holistic care to all people.