Madeline (Maddi) Dyment, ARNP

Madeline (Maddi) Dyment, ARNP

Madeline (Maddi) Dyment, ARNP

  • Advanced Registered Nurse Practitioner, Fred Hutch
  • Teaching Associate, Division of Hematology and Oncology, University of Washington School of Medicine


“I really look forward to interacting with patients and seeing what kind of difference I can make for them. Sometimes, the little things I can do to change how their treatment course or day is going can have a big impact.”

— Madeline

What brought you to your role as a nurse practitioner?

My mom is a nurse, so I grew up hanging out with nurses. I knew I wanted to go in this direction for a career, and in college I worked as a certified nursing assistant and did a rotation in oncology. I was only in the department for four hours before I knew I wanted to work there. I spent a few years in bedside nursing and then went back to school so I could take on more of a provider role. 

What do you hope it’s like for a patient to work with you?

I want everyone feel comfortable and safe and for patients to feel confident they're going to receive personalized care. I also want patients to feel free to talk about whatever they need to talk about, whether it be symptoms they are embarrassed about or if they need to vent or process their experience. I want to be someone people can be open with when I am taking care of them.

Provider Background

Area of Clinical Practice
Blood and marrow transplantation

I am an advanced registered nurse practitioner who sees patients at the South Lake Union Clinic and UW Medical Center – Montlake.

I see a variety of patients for autologous and allogeneic transplants and CAR T-cell therapies. 

I’ve spent the past several years in Boise, and I’m happy to be back in the Seattle area, since it’s home.

Diseases Treated

Acute Myeloid Leukemia

Diffuse Large B-Cell Lymphoma


Multiple Myeloma



Education, Experience and Certifications

Undergraduate Degree
Boise State University

Medical Degree
Boise State University

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