I see our roles as a partnership. I really want to get to know patients and what’s important to them so I can help them achieve their goals. Obviously, the best outcome is a priority, but what care looks like is also important. I want to help patients feel their best and have their treatment go well.
I want to work with patients to address all their needs and what this means for their care, treating them as individuals. It’s been rewarding to develop close relationships and partnerships and help patients feel seen and heard. With cancer, the mental, emotional and physical aspects are all something to work through.
Area of Clinical Practice
I am a advanced registered nurse practitioner who sees patients at the South Lake Union Clinic.
I have more than a decade of experience as a nurse, including in a medical and surgical intensive care unit. I am motivated to continue to develop my practice and have always gravitated toward breast oncology because I love the patients and collaborative atmosphere.
University of Northern Colorado
University of Washington School of Medicine - Gonzaga University Health Partnership
American Association of Critical-Care Nurses
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