Though she’s a Texas transplant, Dr. Amie Napier considers herself a native Texan. Born in Ogden, Utah, her family relocated to the Metroplex shortly after her birth and she’s been here since. She’s had a passion for providing care for as long as she can remember and always knew she wanted to practice medicine; in fact, she even considered becoming a veterinarian, but changed her mind in college and decided to pursue medicine. However, only after seeing her first delivery did she decide to specialize in obstetrics and gynecology.
Dr. Napier is certified by the American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology, with specialties including minimally invasive and robotic surgery, high-risk obstetrics, fertility and general gynecology.
“Sometimes, something as simple as lending an ear makes all the difference to those in my care or, in other cases, it’s as complex as delivering their high-risk baby or performing a robotic surgery. Every day I get to make positive differences in people’s lives.”
She joined the staff of Advanced Women’s Healthcare in 2000. Working with patients and committing to their long-term health and well being are what she’s most passionate about: “I love to take care of women and help make their lives better,” she said. “Sometimes, something as simple as lending an ear makes all the difference to those in my care or, in other cases, it’s as complex as delivering their high-risk baby or performing a robotic surgery. Every day I get to make positive differences in people’s lives.”
Dr. Napier attended the University of Texas Health & Science Center in San Antonio, Texas, receiving her medical degree in 1996 following her bachelor’s degree from Texas A&M. She served as a resident of the University of Texas Southwestern Medical School, and Parkland Memorial Hospital in Dallas, Texas, from 1996 through 2000 where she served as chief resident.
She’s married to Becket, and they have three children: Hannah, Madeline and Drew. Free time is spent skiing, watching Cowboys football games, of course, and during summer, they like to escape to New Mexico.
“Dallas is a great place to live with great people and great world-class opportunities; and it has easy access to the best of everything, including healthcare,” she says.