UCHealth Northern Colorado Foundation
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An exclusive virtual gathering with Dr. Diana Medgyesy | Noon–1 p.m., Tuesday, Sept. 28

UCHealth Northern Colorado Foundation is pleased to bring you a free virtual event featuring Dr. Diana Medgyesy, an oncologist at the UCHealth Cancer Care and Hematology Clinic – Harmony Campus. Dr. Medgyesy attended medical school in Romania at Universitatea De Medicina Si Farmacie. Her residency was at Saint Vincent’s Medical Center, and she received her fellowship training at University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center.

Multidisciplinary care (MDC) is an integrated team approach to health care in which medical and other health care professionals collaboratively develop an individual treatment plan for each patient. MDC delivers the best possible treatment while empowering patients and helping them maintain their quality of life. MDC involves a range of specialists, including physicians, imaging technicians, nurses, nurse navigators, genetic counselors, social workers, physical therapists, nutritionists, pharmacists, and more.

Dr. Medgyesy will be joined by two other members of the integrated medicine team:

Jamie Callahan is team lead for the oncology nurse navigator team in the UCHealth northern region. She has been an oncology nurse for 10 years and an oncology nurse navigator for seven years.

Jonathan Salazar is the regional manager of supportive oncology services. These services include nutritional counseling, psychosocial support, genetic counseling, integrative therapies, medical interpretation and palliative care. He has been with UCHealth for 14 years, six of which have been in supportive oncology.

Join us to learn how a multidisciplinary approach to cancer care contributes to more successful outcomes and higher survival rates.

Sign up here for this free virtual event.

Questions? Contact Lyndsey Hertz | 970.237.7408.

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