Amy is a Kansas Native currently living on her family’s farm.
Amy is looking forward to helping patients gain meaningful experiences to their individualized healthcare needs that encompass mind, body, and spirit. She is currently taking new patients.
Amy Gallagher is a Board-Certified Adult Gerontology Acute Care Nurse Practitioner. She
completed her Bachelor of Science in Nursing at the University of Missouri-Kansas City and
then earned her Master of Science Degree from Maryville University of Saint Louis, Missouri.
She holds two national board certifications, one with the American Nurses Credentialing Center
(ANCC) as an Acute Care Nurse Practitioner, and one with the American Association of Critical
Care Nurses (AACN).
Amy is a Kansas Native currently living on her family’s farm. She grew up in the beautiful
Kingdom of Saudi Arabia where she is able to bring her passion and appreciation of the
culturally diverse, equality and inclusion into her practice.
“Healthcare has been an integral part of my family’s history. I come from a large genealogy tree
of nurses. However, healthcare while growing up as an ex-pat in Saudi Arabia was not readily
available or practiced in regards to preventative medicine. I learned a great deal from my mother
as she prepared varying remedies for our disposal in the third world country.”
Amy started her nursing career while in high school, working after school as a nurses aide. She
then received her Licensed Practical Nursing certification in 1992 and spent several years
working at OSMC in Manhattan, KS. In 1996, she obtained her Associate Degree in Nursing and
spent the next 17 years working in the Critical Care Unit in Manhattan, KS. She later began
working in the Critical Care Unit and Rapid Response/Trauma team at Stormont Vail in Topeka,
As she was finishing up her Masters Degree and working the front lines of the Covid Pandemic,
her perception of healthcare changed. “It was like living in a third world country all over again.
Nationally, the healthcare system was challenged with a new paradigm of how care was
delivered and managed. The old ways no longer worked, and the new ways were questioned.”
“Standardization in traditional medicine governs people’s health. This leads to disempowerment
and overwhelm, causing patients to feel like that they don’t own their own health."
Amy brings 30 years of experience of treating chronic illness and disease to her practice. Amy’s
next step in her career is focusing on health and wellbeing. “My years of education were spent
studying and learning about disease. I want my focus to be on health, not disease."
“The insight, education, and mentorship that I have gained by working alongside Dr. Regan
Tilley at WHOLEhealth MHK this past year as a Nurse Practitioner has been enlightening and
transformative. She has a deep toolbox of remedies and vast knowledge to bring health and
wellness to the surrounding communities as a functional medicine physician.
“The future’s healthcare is progressively moving towards multi-modality clinics and I am
grateful to have the opportunity to serve in this capacity. Everyone is unique when it comes to
their healthcare needs, and here at WHOLEhealth MHK, we are able to serve in this capacity, without
constraint, to promote sustained wellness. bring greater balance, ease, and flow to the patient.
Amy is looking forward to helping patients gain meaningful experiences to their individualized
healthcare needs that encompass mind, body, and spirit. She is currently taking new patients She
specializes in primary care, acute and chronic illnesses, and Bio-Identical hormone replacement
therapy with the emphasis of prevention and optimizing one’s own health regime.
Call 785-775-1155 to schedule a new patient appointment with Amy, for primary care or to set up a consultation for bio-identical hormone therapy.