Integrative Medicine, St. Thomas Medical Partners
Amy Neff, MD is a primary care physician board certified in Family Medicine with specialization in integrative medicine. Passionate about local food, farming, animal welfare, and the environment, Neff serves on the boards of A Greener World’s Certified Non-GMO by AGW, as well as the Independent Small Animal Meat Processing Association. Her areas of interest include integrative medicine – a focus on a person’s diet, environment, movement, and relationships – as well as mental health.
She earned her undergraduate degree with honors within the College Scholars program, focusing on neurosciences, from the University of Tennessee and her medical degree from the University of Tennessee College of Medicine. Neff completed her residency at the University of Virginia Department of Family Medicine in Charlottesville and a fellowship in Faculty Development at the University of Virginia Department of Family Medicine. She is currently doing a fellowship in Integrative Medicine at Arizona Center for Integrative Medicine.
Clinicians and medical students can be powerful advocates for building healthier and more sustainable food systems for individual, community and planetary health. This session will explore examples of local clinician leaders right here in Nashville who are digging in to nourish and support their communities’ health. A Nashville physician and farmer on sabbatical, will share […]