Amanda Huber, CRNP, Geriatric Medicine

Amanda Huber, CRNP

Amanda Huber was born in Scranton, Pennsylvania and received her initial nursing education in Philadelphia.  She received her MSN from Wilkes University and is certified as an adult-gerontology nurse practitioner. She has worked with the aging population as CRNP through the LIFE Beaver County program, and in various roles as a RN such as on a neuro/trauma unit, home health, and managed care. Her passion for caring for the aging population began as a teen when she would volunteer at an Alzheimer’s long-term care facility.  She has focused her career on serving and advocating for the aging and disabled population.

She currently resides in Fombell with her wonderful husband Jeff, and two daughters Genevieve and Madeleine. She enjoys riding her Peloton bike, learning, cooking, and exploring new places with her family.

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