Meet Our Team
Amy Ingersoll, PA-C, M.M.S.
“Obesity is a chronic disease that our patients need our compassion, empathy, and medical education to treat successfully long term”
Amy approaches obesity medicine with a passion, offering a better quality of life and a healthy lifestyle that includes education focused on medical, behavior, exercise and nutrition. Amy understands chronic weight management and successful obesity treatment is a combination of all four facets and all four are necessary for long-term success.
Amy spent a large portion of her childhood living aboard a small sailing boat with her family on the island of Guam, where her love of medicine and caring for others flourished. She graduated Suma Cum Laude from Southwest Minnesota State University and continued her medical education at Midwestern University in Glendale, Arizona where she received her credentials: Master’s of Medical Science, PA-C. Amy has been treating patients in the greater Phoenix since 2009 and is passionate about obesity and chronic weight management treatment with her patients.
Beyond the office, Amy is an active member of the Obesity Medical Association and is active on several of their committees.. She has spoken nationally at conferences on Obesity Medicine and continues to be active in furthering her own education on this complex disease state.. Amy is a part of her national organization, AAPA, 3 year Obesity Initiative on their Educational Advisory Board. She serves on the Commission on Dietetic Registration’s Exam Writing Committee for the upcoming multi-disciplinary Obesity Certification Exam. Amy is adjunct faculty at two of her local PA programs where she guest lectures on Obesity Medicine. She is a clinical preceptor and helps to continue education of future PA’s. Amy is passionate about not only furthering obesity education and treatment in her own patient population, but also in further the education of healthcare providers in understanding obesity as a disease.
Phone: 602.314.6722 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
M. Zuhdi Jasser, M.D., F.A.C.P.
Dr. Jasser graduated from the Medical College of Wisconsin in May 1992. He completed his Residency and Internship at the National Naval Medical Ctr. in Bethesda, Maryland.
Staff Internist to Members of U.S.Congress & Supreme Court Justices at the U.S. Capitol from May of 1997 to April of 1999.
He moved to Arizona in June 1999.
Dr.Jasser is currently serving as the President of the Arizona Medical Association and Chairman of the Bioethics Committee at Good Samaritan Hospital.
He also is the Founder and Board Chairman for American Islamic Forum for Democracy.