Specialists and Health Professionals who participate in the Late Effects Clinic include:

  • An oncologist and nurse practitioner who specialize in late effects
  • A psychologist who addresses psychological and adjustment issues
  • A social worker who provides individualized support, both financial and emotional, relating to survivorship
  • A chaplain who provides spiritual counseling
  • A school liaison who evaluates educational needs and helps establish a link with the patient’s school
  • An occupational therapist who assesses if late effects may be interfering with a patient’s regular daily activities
  • A physical therapist who evaluates for problems with movement, strength, or stamina
  • A registered dietitian who discusses how to contribute to overall health through diet
  • Robert Hayashi, MD

    • Transplant Medical-Pediatric
    • Hematology-Pediatric
    • Oncology-Pediatric
  • Katie Gettinger, MSN, RN, CPNP-PC, CPHON

    Katie Gettinger, MSN, RN, CPNP-PC, CPHON

  • Marnie Hauff

    Marnie Hauff

    School Liaison

  • Sue  Hayashi,  MS, CCC-A

    Sue Hayashi, MS, CCC-A

  • Jennifer Henry

    Jennifer Henry

    Late Effects Coordinator

  • Caroline Mohrmann, PhD, MSN, RN, CPNP-AC

    Caroline Mohrmann, PhD, MSN, RN, CPNP-AC

  • Amy Westfall, OTD, OTR/L

    Amy Westfall, OTD, OTR/L

    Occupational Therapist

  • Carol Wiedner, RN

    Carol Wiedner, RN

    Clinic Nurse

  • Brenda Witte

    Brenda Witte

    Physical Therapist