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Amy Eppstein, MD

PediatricsEmployed Provider
Address Family Health Centre 207 S. Burns Avenue Sparta IL 62286 Phone: 618-443-1DOC (1362) Phone: 618-443-3084
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Primary Practice Specialty: Pediatrics
Medical School: University of California
Residency: Pediatric Residency Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center
Certifications: American Board of Pediatrics

Dr. Amy Eppstein is an extraordinarily well trained and board certified Pediatrician (American Board of Pediatrics). She joined Quality Healthcare Physicians in the summer of 2017 and serves the medical needs of children, ages newborn to 18 years of age at the Sparta Community Hospital Pediatric Clinic at Family Health Centre, 207 S. Burns in Sparta. While a medical student at the University of California) Dr. Eppstein was selected to participate in a special medical services program called PRIME, which enabled participating students to address real problems in real community situations. Specifically, she was able to study with special emphasis on addressing healthcare disparities in medically underserved populations.

Joann Emge, CEO commented, “Dr. Eppstein brings a specific skill set to our community which will enhance the delivery of pediatric  healthcare services to the diverse population we serve. We are so pleased to add Dr. Eppstein to our medical staff.”

**PLEASE NOTE: The Medical Staff at Sparta Community Hospital includes employed and non-employed independent physicians. Physicians on staff at this hospital, including but not limited to, emergency room physicians, pathologists, radiologists, and other specialty and consulting physicians are not employees or agent of the hospital. Such physicians are independent contractors who have been granted privileges at this facility for the care and treatment of their patients. These physicians exercise their own independent medical judgment and they are not subject to the supervision or control of the hospital with respect to patient treatment.