- 28 February 1891
Yarrawonga, Victoria, Australia
- 14 July 1962
- Medical practitioner
Amy Rivett was a medical practitioner who specialised in gynaecology. She was a disciple of Marie Stopes and advocated birth control. During WWI she worked in several hospitals in Brisbane. After the war she moved into private practice, first on her own and then, from 1946, with her borther Edward in Sydney. She was a founding member of the Queensland Medical Women's Society.