Alison Amy NP

Family Medicine

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About Me

Alison Amy, NP earned her Doctorate in Nursing Practice from Montana State University in Bozeman, after earning her Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing from Carroll College. Prior to joining the Family Medicine team at St. Peter’s Health Medical Group - North Clinic as a nurse practitioner, Alison served as a Family Medicine RN Coordinator at the St. Peter’s Broadway Clinic. She also previously worked as a Labor and Delivery nurse at the North Valley Hospital in Whitefish. She is board certified with the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners.

During her time at Carroll, Alison was a member of the women’s basketball team. She served as a team captain and was a NAIA Academic All-Conference/Academic All-American scholar athlete.

Alison’s husband is Dakota. They met at Carroll College are thrilled to be back in Helena. They have two dog, both labs. They are avid snowboarders and also enjoy rafting and fly fishing. Alison considers Helena her “forever home” and is excited to serve the community for years to come.

Education & Training

Post Graduate

Montana State University


American Academy of Nurse Practitioners


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