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About Advanced Practice Clinicians

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About Advanced Practice Clinicians

At Huntsman Cancer Institute (HCI), advanced practice clinicians (APCs) are important members of the patient care team. They work closely with HCI doctors to help provide these services for patients:

  • conduct health histories and physical exams
  • diagnose and treat illnesses
  • prescribe medicines
  • order and interpret lab tests

All APCs hold postgraduate degrees and are board-certified in their practice areas. HCI’s advanced practice providers include these types:

  • nurse practitioners (NP)
  • clinical nurse specialists (CNS)
  • nurse anesthetists (CRNAs)
  • physician assistants (PAs)

Practice Areas

HCI APCs contribute to outstanding cancer care and also support clinical research on new and better cancer treatments. Our team practices within the following areas at HCI:

  • inpatient cancer care units: surgical, medical, intensive care, and blood and marrow transplant
  • outpatient cancer care units: outpatient clinics, radiation oncology, surgery 

Professional Development

We provide numerous opportunities for ongoing professional development for APCs at HCI. 

Job Opportunities

Job opportunities at HCI are listed here.