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Meet Amanda N. Healy, MD, FACOG

Gynecologist in Overland Park, KS

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Shawnee Mission Location

8901 W 74th St.
Suite 100
Shawnee Mission, KS 66204




Mon – Fri:
8 am – 5 pm

Dedicated to the women of Johnson County.

Since 2011, Dr. Healy has worked with women of all backgrounds to help them realize their health and wellness goals.

She believes that a woman’s relationship with her obstetrician/gynecologist is different than any other physician-patient relationship. OB/GYNs have the unique opportunity to care for a patient through many important life events and discuss topics that she may not discuss with her closest friends. By fostering a comfortable, open and educational physician-patient relationship, women are empowered to make healthy and personalized decisions regarding their own healthcare needs.

About WCJC

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Pregnancy/Obstetrics/Prenatal Care

Adolescent Gynecology

Minimally Invasive Hysterectomy

Well-Woman Exams & Pap Smears

Treatment of Abnormal Pap Smears


University of Kansas School of Medicine – Kansas City, KS (Medical Education)

University of Missouri – Kansas City, MO (Residency)

Awards & Recognitions

STEMMY Award, 2020

Interview in the Shawnee Mission Health Magazine, 2018

Resident Research Award, University of Missouri, Kansas City, Missouri, 2011

ACOG John Gibbons Medical Student Award, 2006

Cultural Competency Award, University of Kansas School of Medicine, Kansas City, Kansas, 2005

Overcoming Adversity Award, University of Kansas School of Medicine, Kansas City, Kansas, 2005

My Experience

Amanda Healy, MD, can’t ever remember not wanting to be a doctor. But when she became a single mother at 19, she wasn’t sure her dream would ever become a reality.

Through her drive and passion for helping others, she put herself through medical school while raising her daughter. This experience afforded Amanda a deep understanding of the unique challenges and trials women face when they do not have access to adequate resources. It gave her the drive to help people and improve the world. She also discovered a strong passion for women’s rights and financial stability for those of low socioeconomic status. Then, naturally, during her residency she gravitated towards obstetrics to take part in caring for the women in her community and establishing long-term relationships with future patients.

Since graduating in 2011, she has practiced gynecology in Kansas City, offering a variety of treatment options, wellness coaching, and other health resources for women of all backgrounds. And after being named CEO of WCJC in 2019, she has advocated for patients in health and in life; and consistently pushed her employees to get involved in the community by sponsoring organizations that help women get back on their feet.

My goal is to empower all of the women around me (both patients and staff) to make their own decisions regarding their health, wellness, and lifestyle, rather than prescribing one single way of thinking.

 I strive to be a beacon of support, professionalism, and feminism that supports not only the physical bodies of my female patients, but their emotional well-being and long-term stability as well.

I dream of being able to make WCJC not just a reliable gynecology office, but also a community resource for all women regardless of circumstance or income.

Outside of Work

Connection with the KC community.

When Amanda is not at work, some of her favorite activities include cooking (and eating) delicious meals, reading, and practicing yoga.  She has a life goal of reading all of the Penguin Classic books, though she thinks that they might be adding to the list faster then she is reading them!  She also loves spending time with her husband and four children enjoying family vacations, family meals, and family game nights on Fridays.


Favorite Local Organizations / Favorite Spots in KC

Safehome, Central Exchange, Room 39, Restaurant 1900, Novel KC, Taco Naco, Waldo Thai

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