Amanda Steventon is a board-certified Family Physician. Dr. Steventon attended the University of Kansas for her undergraduate degree, studying genetics. She then went to medical school at the University of Kansas School of Medicine. She completed her residency at University of Kansas School of Medicine Wesley Family Medicine residency program in Wichita.
Dr. Steventon found her call to be a doctor at the age of five after having heart surgery. Her most favorable aspect of serving people as a healthcare provider is the long-lasting relationships she forms with patients, as well as their families. Dr. Steventon enjoys helping people of all ages and particularly enjoys newborn, pediatric, and adolescent and women’s care.
Dr. Steventon, her husband and three kids are avid Kansas Jayhawks fans. When they are not cheering on their team, Dr. Steventon and her family enjoy biking, hiking, fishing, gardening and traveling. They have a dog named Chalmie after Mario Chalmers, the Kansas University basketball player who hit the “miracle shot” in the 2008 National Championship game.