The Christ Hospital Physicians – Urology has two
Advanced Practice Providers, called physician assistants, who can diagnose,
manage and treat symptoms for common urology problems, such as urinary
tract infections, urinary incontinence, enlarged prostate and erectile
dysfunction and perform procedures such as complex catheter insertions.
They also assist the doctors on more complex problems, such as pelvic
floor disorders and cancers.
Linda Bolt, PA-C, MPAS (inpatient only)
holds advanced certifications in urology and cardiac life support. Her
clinical experience ranges from inpatient to outpatient care of people
from infants to older adults. Her graduate work specifically focused on
urinary incontinence in older adults. Linda received her undergraduate
degree in biology from Berea College in Berea, Ky., and her masters in
physician assistant studies from the University of Kentucky. She has
licenses to practice in Ohio and Kentucky, and is a member of the
American Academy of Physician Assistants and Ohio Association of
Amy Trolley, PA-C, MPAS
has numerous years of clinical experience ranging from primary care to
the emergency department and as first assisting staff in various
surgical procedures. Amy received her bachelor of health sciences in the
physician assistant program from the University of Kentucky and the
masters in physician assistant studies from the University of Nebraska.
She has licenses to practice in Ohio and Kentucky, and is a member of
The Christ Hospital Patient and Family Advisory Council and Midlevel
Advisory Council as well as the American Academy of Physician
Assistants, Urologic Association of Physician Assistants.