About Dr. Amanda Wright
I grew up in Newcastle Oklahoma and graduated from Newcastle High School. I then attended Oklahoma State University and graduated Summa Cum Laude with an honors degree in Biology. After college, I attended The University of Oklahoma College of Medicine, receiving a doctorate of medicine. I completed residency at Great Plains Family Medicine Residency Program in Oklahoma City in 2014. After residency, I was employed by a hospital system in the OKC metro area at an outpatient family medicine clinic for six years before starting Harmony Health Direct Primary Care.
I was called to become a physician so I could use my knowledge and abilities to help people. I chose family medicine so I could help patients of all ages and all life stages through a wide range of health issues and health maintenance. I love that I can care for several generations of the same family from newborn to great grandparents, learning about their unique health needs and family dynamics.
I now live in Newcastle with my husband, daughter, and son on an acreage with three dogs, three miniature horses, and a donkey. I have been playing piano and singing since childhood, and currently sing and play piano on the worship team at my church. I am a Christian, and believe God has given me the unique opportunity to be his hands and feet as a direct primary care physician.