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Amanda Tosi, MD | Department of Medicine

Amanda Tosi, MD

Amanda Tosi, MD


Amanda attended William and Mary for college where she majored in Kinesiology & Health Sciences and Hispanic Studies.

She is fluent in Spanish and has been committed to caring for Spanish-speaking patients throughout medical school. She has served as a coordinator and as a member of the Board of Directors for the Esperanza clinic, has worked with several research projects to better understand the role and impact of student-run, free, bilingual clinics, and serves as a peer reviewer for the Journal of Student Run Free Clinics. She is interested in general medicine and potentially addiction or palliative care medicine, but ultimately sees herself in a career that includes caring for the underserved and Spanish speaking patients. In recognition of her outstanding commitment to patient care, she was inducted into the Gold Humanism Honor Society. In addition, she was awarded the Salute to Service Award from the Medical Society of Virginia and the Annette Kagan Memorial Award in recognition of her “compassion and service to classmates”.

In her free time, she enjoys running (took second place for her age group in the Philadelphia marathon), writing hand-written cards, and cooking as an “experimental chef.”

  • Undergraduate

    College of William and Mary

  • Medical School

    Eastern Virginia Medical School