Amandeep Mann, DNP

Accepting New Patients
  • Pediatrics
  • Adults
Puyallup – 10th St

3908 10th St. SE
Puyallup, WA 98374


Ms. Amandeep Mann’s approach is to treat patients the way she would want her family to be treated- with dignity and respect. She wants to build a trusting relationship with her patients and looks forward to seeing them and getting to know them. 

She was born in India and emigrated to the US after getting married. Prior to becoming a Family Nurse Practitioner, she worked as a Registered Nurse for 19 years. In 2016, she earned her Doctorate of Nursing Practice from Washington State University. She is board certified in family practice through the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners and is a member of the Academy of Medical Surgical Nurses. 

In her free time, she enjoys volunteering with her kids, including food drives with Northwest Harvest. She believes the key to raising children who are good citizens is to instill the purpose and importance of service from a young age. When she was young, an orphanage near her home cared for not just the orphans but also all hungry and poor who came to their door. She always wanted to help them, and now coordinates donations for them at local temples. She also enjoys travel, camping, gardening and spending time with family. 

The voice of my patients

“Dr. Mann was very caring. She was kind, had compassion, and was thorough.“ 

“I’ve a medical background, so I hate anyone that talks down to me like I won’t understand… 🙂 She was great, answered all questions clearly and concisely.” 



 “My goal is to provide my patients proper education and resources so that they can actively participate in developing their goals and make informed decisions about their health.” 


GND University 

University of Phoenix 

Washington State University 

It's easy!

For primary care:

· Call Patient Services at 253-848-5951.

· Sign in to MyChart.

For walk-in care:

· Just walk in without an appointment.

· Schedule ahead on our walk-in clinic page.

Masks are required in our clinics and we recommend getting the COVID-19 vaccine.

We will not be writing letters for masks or vaccine exemptions. Thank you for understanding.

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