Amy Snow, PA-C, is a Dermatology Physician Assistant with over 19 years of Medical, Surgical, Pediatric, and Cosmetic Dermatology experience. As a member of our team, she serves Medford, Grants Pass, Ashland, and Northern California.

Amy founded the non-profit 501c3 Project Happy Face in 2009, which provides dermatologic treatments and products to disadvantaged junior and senior high school students. Amy’s charitable contributions extend beyond Project Happy Face. She has volunteered for many years at Los Angeles Care Harbor—an annual 3-day health care event when people who have little or no access to regular healthcare can be examined and treated at no cost. Amy also has traveled to the jungles of Haiti to provide dermatological services, seeing approximately 60-70 patients a day for 10 days, some of whom had walked overnight to see her. She also is an active volunteer with the American Academy of Dermatology, performing melanoma screenings at least twice a year. She was named a Cosmopolitan Magazine “Fun Fearless Female” in 2014.

In 2017 the National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants spotlighted Amy as one of the 50 top physician assistants in the country making a difference. She has published an online dermatology photo atlas and has published an article on melanoma in a peer-reviewed journal. In 2018, Amy joined the Dermatology PA Foundation holding an officer position, where she advanced her role to the Executive Director for several years, and currently holds an active role with the SDPA. Amy was born and raised in Sun Valley, Idaho, and continues to maintain a very athletic lifestyle. She has completed an Ironman, and she enjoys playing golf and tennis.

Amy enjoys both Alpine and Nordic skiing, hiking the Grand Canyon, and is an Aldo Leopold Land Ethic Leader. Amy has taught cooking classes at Williams-Sonoma and enjoys cooking and baking for her family and friends.