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Amanda B. Stinger, MD

Amanda B. Stinger, MD


Doctor of Medicine

St. Luke's Health Partner
St. Luke's Health Partner

These providers work together to achieve patient-centered care, using proven best practices to offer better care to you and your family.


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About Amanda B. Stinger


Amanda Stinger, MD, MPH is a general pediatrician with a broad range of interests including newborn care, maternal health, breastfeeding, nutrition, global health and adolescent health. She enjoys listening to families and partnering with them on their journey to health and wellness.

Dr. Stinger graduated with honors from the University of Georgia with a bachelor’s degree in biology and psychology and a minor in Spanish. She then attended Emory University for medical school where she did a dual MD/MPH program in global epidemiology and graduated summa cum laude and as part of Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Society. During her time at Emory, she did community-based participatory research in Paraguay, was president of the Medical Student Senate and worked at the Emory Global Health Institute. Dr. Stinger completed her general pediatrics residency at the University of Washington and Seattle Children’s Hospital where she was a part of the global health track, did community work in Kenya, and received the Family-Centered Resident Award.

Outside of work, she enjoys running, mountain biking, skiing and spending time with her husband and two children.

  • Medical School

    Emory University School of Medicine
  • Residency

    University of Washington
  • Board Certification

  • Gender

  • Languages Spoken



2015 - Ramakrishnan U, Stinger A, DiGirolamo AM, Martorell R, Neufeld LM, Rivera JA, Schnaas L, Stein AD, Wang M. Prenatal Docosahexaenoic Acid Supplementation and Offspring Development at 18 Months: Randomized Controlled Trial. PLoS One. 2015 Aug 11;10(8):e0120065. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0120065. PMID: 26262896; PMCID: PMC4532364.
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    All St. Luke’s general pediatric providers strongly recommend patients follow the AAP and CDC childhood vaccine schedule. Vaccinating your child is one of your best tools to protect their health.

    While we do not require vaccines to be a patient in our clinics, your provider will discuss the importance of vaccines at every well check-up. We are happy to answer questions and want you to feel confident in the healthcare decisions you make for your child.
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