Amy E. Brose, MD

Amy E. Brose

Contact Information

  • Office 816-994-8787
  • Fax 816-994-8788


Main Location

Barry Pointe Family Care
9151 NE 81st Terrace
Suite 105
Kansas City, MO 64158
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Hospital Affiliations

Liberty Hospital
North Kansas City Hospital

Areas of Interest

Pediatrics, Women's Health, Chronic Health Conditions, Preventive Medicine, Diabetes, HTN, Hyperlipidemia, Adult Wellness Visits, Pediatric Wellness Visits, Obesity, Hypothyroidism, Depression, Anxiety, Musculoskeletal Pain, Musculoskeletal Injury, Gynecologic Exams, Botox®


Board-certified Dr. Brose is committed to improving preventive care and encouraging lifestyle changes to create better health in her patients. She considers it the best part of job when a patient is successful with lifestyle changes to treat a chronic issue. Dr. Brose chose the family medicine specialty to treat all ages for a variety of conditions.

When not treating families, she enjoys spending time with her family, gardening, reading, and traveling.

Dr. Brose accepts all major insurances. For more information, please visit our Insurance page.


Residency: Truman Medical Center East
Internship: Truman Medical Center East
Medical School: University of Missouri School of Medicine

Certifications & Organizations

American Board of Family Medicine
American Academy of Family Physicians
Missouri State Medical Association

  • Video Transcript

    Hi, my name is Dr. Amy Brose and I practice family medicine at Barry Pointe Family Care in Kansas City, Missouri.

    I see a wide variety of ages in my practice - everything from birth on up. In my practice I tend to have a lot of younger families which is wonderful. I see the children, parents, grandparents - the whole family. I do see a lot of chronic conditions as well. We see diabetes, hypertension, obesity.

    What I enjoy about the job most is the variety of patients and connecting with patients and their families. I really enjoy taking an active role with patients in preventive healthcare. So trying to prevent diseases rather than just manage them after they develop. That's why we work very hard on conditions like obesity and pre-diabetes, trying to prevent complications down the road.

    My philosophy is a team approach so I don't feel like I'm in charge. I feel like the patient is in charge and so I'm just another tool to help them reach their healthcare goals. Also we try to take into account the whole patient. So it's nice in family medicine because we often know their families or other social circumstances as well which play a huge impact in their health too.

"The best part of my job is when a patient successfully implements lifestyle changes to treat a chronic issue."

Amy E. Brose, MD