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Traci Ridgway DNP » Oncology/Hematology

Medical Oncology is the care and treatment of cancers provided by a team that consists of Medical Oncologists and Oncology Nurses. This team plays an important role in the care of cancer patients by providing education to the patients and their families about various forms of cancer and the temporary side effects of cancer treatment.

Hematology is the study of blood and blood-forming tissues and the study of the nature, function, and diseases of the blood and of blood-forming organs. Hematologists often deal with diseases such as anemia, leukemia, clotting disorders like Hodgkin’s Disease, multiple myeloma, lymphoma, etc.

Oncology Associates at Hall-Perrine Cancer Center Team:

Medical Oncology/Hematology

Traci Ridgway, DNP

Nurse Practitioner Oncology Associates at Hall-Perrine Cancer CenterMedical Oncology/Hematology
Hall-Perrine Cancer Center, 3rd Floor 701 10th St. SE Cedar Rapids IA 52403 Work Phone: 319-363-8303
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Biographical Info

Traci Ridgway received her MSN from Mt. Mercy University in 2019. She continued her education at Mt. Mercy University and in August 2021 she received her Doctorate in Nursing Practice, DNP. Traci is a familiar face having previously worked at the Hall-Perrine Cancer Center as both a collaborative and infusion nurse.

Categories: Doctorate Nurse Practitioner (DNP), Staff

Our Advance Registered Nurse Practitioner (ARNP) and Doctorate Nurse Practitioner (DNP) that work at Oncology Associates have a graduate degrees in nursing and have become specialists in working with Oncology/hematology patients. They work in collaboration with the physicians and nurses to provide the patient optimal care. The nurse practitioners offer services of prevention, education, diagnosis, and treatment while receiving your cancer care. Also, they provide follow up care after treatments have finished. You can expect they will provide the same compassion and quality of care that you experience with your physician.

Advanced Registered Nurse Practitioner (ARNP)

Doctorate Nurse Practitioner (DNP)