Amy Rollins

East Alabama Health's Primary Medicine Associates (PMA) clinic on Main Street in Roanoke welcomes new patients in Roanoke and the surrounding community.

The PMA clinic opened for patients on July 20. Amy Rollins, CRNP, is the main provider at the clinic and will provide care for patients ages 16 and older for well visits, as well as walk-in patients with minor injuries and illnesses. Patients who she determines need more than primary care will be referred to a specialist.

Rollins looks forward to serving and providing care to those in the Roanoke community. "I enjoy helping others and being able to build relationships with my patients," says Rollins. "When presented with the opportunity to do so with East Alabama Health, I was excited to know I would be an active part of caring for those in my own hometown."

The new Primary Medicine Associates clinic is located at 109 Main St. in Roanoke (the former location of First Bank) and is open Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. To schedule an appointment, call 334-710-0470.

About Amy Rollins, CRNP

Amy Rollins earned her associate's degree in nursing at Southern Union, her bachelor of science in nursing at Auburn University at Montgomery, and her master of nursing at The University of Alabama at Birmingham.

Rollins has three daughters, Brooke, Aubrieanna and Kailen. When she is not working, she enjoys supporting her daughters in softball and volleyball, gardening, college football and cheering on the Handley Tigers. Rollins is also a member of Faith Baptist Church in Roanoke.

Rollins is a board-certified nurse practitioner by the American Association of Nurse Practitioners.

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