Dr. Amrine says the most rewarding aspect of his profession is "seeing the excitement and joy of patients and their families after delivery." He also enjoys the opportunity to greatly impact a woman's life in a positive way by treating a condition that has made daily life painful or difficult.
Dr. Amrine grew up in Longview, Washington, and graduated from Central Washington University before earning his medical degree from Ross University School of Medicine in Dominica, West Indies. He completed a residency and internship at Louisiana State University Health - Shreveport.
He enjoys playing golf, attending sporting events, taking walks with his wife and their two golden retrievers, and spending time with family.
American College of Obstetrics & Gynecology, Junior Fellow
Routine and High-risk Pregnancy, Minimally-invasive Benign Gynecologic Surgery, Hypertension and Diabetes in Pregnancy
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