Overview

Amy Coggin, APRN is a nurse practitioner in the Nephrology Department at the UVM Medical Center. 

Coggin enjoys meeting new patients and delving into their history to determine the cause of their kidney disease. In the hemodialysis population, she enjoys the long-term relationships she builds with each one of her patients, and hopes she can improve their quality of life through supportive and open communication.  

Learn more about nephrology at the UVM Medical Center.

Specialities

  • Nephrology

    A nephrologist is a medical professional who specializes in diagnosing and treating diseases and disorders that affect the kidneys. Nephrologists are often referred to as kidney specialists. Some nephrologists also do research that helps them learn more about kidney diseases, so they can produce better treatments for their patients.

  • Gender

    Female

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    The top specialties of Amy L. Coggin, NP, Nurse Practitioner include Nephrology

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    The office is located at 1 South Prospect Street in Burlington, VT.

    Amy L. Coggin, NP, Nurse Practitioner accepts various types of health insurance, but individual coverage may be variable. You should check with your health insurance whether the particular doctor is in network or not.

    Kidney Cancer, Chronic Kidney Disease, Dialysis, End Stage Kidney Disease, Glomerular Disease, Nephritis, Low Potassium (hypokalemia), Low sodium (hyponatremia), Nephrotic syndrome, Edema Swelling

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