Kristen B. Kindsvogel, ARNP

Kristen B. Kindsvogel, ARNP

Kristen B. Kindsvogel, ARNP

  • Advanced Registered Nurse Practitioner, Fred Hutch
  • Teaching Associate, University of Washington School of Medicine

“To collaborate with a multidisciplinary team to provide comprehensive, holistic care for each patient.”
— Kristen

Why do you practice oncology?

I wanted to be part of a multidisciplinary team that provided comprehensive care for oncology patients. It is very appealing to have the opportunity to establish long-term relationships with oncology patients/caregivers. I enjoy the long-term rapport established between patient/caregiver and ARNP in oncology, and specifically bone marrow transplant, as these patients generally require close followup for many years. I actively enroll patients on clinical trials available to patients in the LTFU program. I hope that the rate and especially severity of chronic graft vs host disease (GVHD) will significantly decrease with an increasing number of clinical trials directed toward the treatment and prevention of chronic GVHD. Outside of work, I enjoy running, cheering on Sounders, playing tennis and photography.

Provider Background

Diseases Treated

Graft versus Host Disease



Education, Experience and Certifications

Medical Degree
Massachusetts General Institute of Health Professions

Board Certification
Family Nurse Practitioner, 2008, American Nurses Credentialing Center

Clinical Trials

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