Amy Brandl - CNM

Amy Brandl - CNM

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My Areas of Practice
Teenagers (teen pregnancy), women's health care

General Information

Gender: Female

Accepting New Patients: Yes

Additional Languages
  • French

Practices at

Womens Center
6500 Excelsior Blvd.

5th floor
St. Louis Park, MN 55426

Family Birth Center
6500 Excelsior Blvd
3rd floor
St. Louis Park, MN 55426

Methodist Hospital
6500 Excelsior Blvd.
St. Louis Park, MN 55426

Education & Certifications

Research & Publications


Professional Associations & Awards

American College of Nurse Midwives


Amy Brandl was born in Washington DC and moved to Minneapolis at the age of 4. After high school, Amy attended Mount Holyoke College in central Massachusetts where she earned her BA in Biology. Amy worked for 5 years in Boston at an infertility clinic where she discovered a passion for women’s health. She then moved to Pennsylvania to complete her BSN/MSN in Midwifery from the University of Pennsylvania. After graduation, Amy moved back to Minneapolis and worked as a Certified Nursing Midwife at St. Cloud. In 1999, Amy came to work with the Certified Nurse Midwife Services at Park Nicollet. Amy thoroughly enjoys taking care of women over an extended period of time. She enjoys being part of the journey from when her patients learn they are pregnant to their delivery and life after delivery. Amy appreciates the longer clinic hours and appointment times offered by the Midwives at Park Nicollet. Amy feels that during the course of a pregnancy, she can really get to know the people she helps to take care of. Amy likes the informal nature of the Midwifery team at Park Nicollet including being addressed by her first name. Amy lets her patients know that she is available and approachable. Her patients can come to her with questions without intimidation or fear of embarrassment. “I find it so important to educate women about their health and encourage them to make healthy choices for themselves and their babies.” Amy feels it is essential to have open dialogue back and forth with her patients. Amy finds it so rewarding to make an impact on the life of a woman or child. Either by encouraging healthier life choices or by being a respectful member of a health care team, Amy provides women with information they need to stay healthy. Amy enjoys caring for women while pregnant as well as outside of pregnancy. “To make a connection which can last for years is one of the best parts of my job.”