Dr. Amy Schlaifer is a urologic surgeon bringing her advanced surgical skills to the Valley. Dr. Schlaifer grew up in Arizona and graduated from Prescott High School. She earned her Bachelors of Science with a minor in Spanish at Northern Arizona University where she graduated summa cum laude. She received her medical degree at the University of Arizona College of Medicine in Tucson. During medical school, she participated in a rural health program as well as student government. After graduating she was awarded a urology residency at Loma Linda University Medical Center.
Her residency at Loma Linda included two years of general surgery training and four years of urologic surgical training. Her training encompassed not only a wide array of male and female procedures, but also minimally invasive surgeries, cryotherapy of the prostate, and advanced low dose radiation techniques for stone treatment. She has contributed to advancements in the field of urology with multiple publications and presentations at international conferences. Her publications include work in female urology, prostate cancer, and radiation safety. Working alongside fellowship trained experts has afforded Dr. Schlaifer a wide array of surgical skills and expertise.
Dr. Schlaifer is dedicated to providing excellent patient care and open communication with her patients and families. Patient education and personalized healthcare along with a commitment to surgical excellence are high priorities for Dr. Schlaifer. In her spare time, Dr. Schlaifer enjoys traveling and backpacking with her family as well as participating in recreational sports such as softball. Through a friendly personality and a commitment to patient care, Dr. Schlaifer strives to provide comprehensive urologic care.