Amanda Devine, MS, RN, FNP-BC has over 10 years of medical experience. She received her undergraduate degree in Nursing from St. John Fisher College where she graduated on the dean’s list, and with honors, Magna Cum Laude. Amanda went on to obtain her graduate degree in the University of Rochester’s Family Nurse Practitioner Program. She held a faculty teaching position at Nazareth College where she lectured in nursing and provided clinical instruction for the pediatric rotation at Golisano Children’s Hospital. Amanda maintains certifications in Basic Life Support (BLS). Her rich experience in caring for medically complex and critically ill children in the intensive care unit at Golisano Children’s Hospital for seven years led her to her previous role with the Complex Care Center as the Inpatient Nurse Practitioner at Highland Hospital and now outpatient Complex Care Center nurse practitioner.