Amy Hall, COTA

Divine Savior Wellness Center
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Occupational Therapy


Madison Area Technical School- Associate of Applied Arts, Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant


Divine Savior Wellness Center
2815 New Pinery Rd, Portage


“I always think of others first. The needs of my patients are the most important thing and I will do what it takes to ensure their whole being is attended to.”
-Amy Hall, COTA

“Just do your best.” Those were the words that Amy Hall’s parents always told her when growing up. After seeing her grandparent’s influence in the medical field, Amy decided she was at her personal best while helping others.

Attending the Madison Area Technical School (MATC), Amy earned her Associates of Applied Arts- Occupational Therapy Assistant. Since then, she has had over 21 years of experience in a wide variety of settings ranging from trauma to neonatal and hand therapy, to name just a few.

“Working as an assistant gives me a great deal of gratitude being able to treat any patients through their recovery,” Amy says.

“I feel Divine Savior Healthcare offers a great place to work. They give back to the community and the mission of Divine Savior offers the area a way to improve their quality of life,” Amy says.

Amy describes the medical field as “her passion,” telling us that couldn’t imagine doing anything else.

“The most rewarding aspect of my career is seeing a smile on my patient’s faces and knowing that I had a little to do with it being there,” she shares.

Her job isn’t the only thing that makes Amy so fond of the area.

“I enjoy the small town atmosphere,” she says. “I like the easy access to the cities and the closeness of family.”

Outside of work, you can find Amy enjoying the outdoors as often as possible.

“I love anything outdoors,” Amy tells us. “I like camping, hunting, fishing and gardening. I also enjoy being a bleacher mom for my kids.”