Kathy graduated from the top-ranked University of Washington School of Nursing with a Bachelor's degree. She spent four years working in emergency medicine before switching to gynecologic oncology. She is currently coordinating the ‘Carter Kronmal Classic' golf tournament in the memory of her son to benefit pediatric cancer research. Away from work Kathy enjoys watching Husky basketball, playing the saxophone and baking cupcakes with her daughter Clara.
Anna Marie DeVito-Kane:RN, OCN
Anna Marie graduated from Central Connecticut State University with a BA in Psychology and Sociology; she quickly went back to school to receive her degree in nursing and has been working as a nurse ever since. She has almost ten years’ experience as an oncology nurse and received her oncology nurse certification in 2007. Over the last 5 years she has narrowed her oncology interest to women’s health and enjoys helping support women with cancer through their treatment journey.
When Anna Marie is not at work you can find her on the soccer field, hiking in the woods or walking dogs as a volunteer at the Seattle animal shelter.
Caroline Hamilton: Clinic Administrative Assistant
Caroline attended Seattle University where she earned a B.A. in psychology with an emphasis on pharmacology and physiological psychology. She joined the clinic in 2011, but has worked at Northwest Hospital & Medical Center since 2008. She has extensive experience in customer service and medical billing. Caroline is thrilled to be a part of the Women's Cancer Care of Seattle team and looks forward to contributing her patience and understanding to all our patients. Her outside interests include reading and exploring the sights of Seattle. She enjoys spending her weekends with friends and doing charity work.
Ginger Gold: Certified Medical Assistant
Ginger became a Medical Assistant in 1972 after graduating with honors from the Medical Assisting Program at Sacramento State University. Ginger worked in home-hospice care for more than 10 year and later, returned to school to complete a second medical assistant program at PIMA Medical Institute in Seattle. She began working for Northwest Hospital in 1995. Ginger has enjoyed working in various practices at Northwest Hospital. One key hallmark of her work, regardless of specialty, is a commitment to delivering personalized and sensitive care to all patients. She feels honored to be a member of the Women's Cancer Care of Seattle team.
Gloria Yun: Certified Medical Assistant
Gloria joins WCCoS with six years of experience as a medical assistant and has worked in internal and family medicine, as well as obstetrics and gynecology. Gloria is excited to use her knowledge and bring her talents to the special and challenging role in gynecological oncology. In her spare time, Gloria enjoys spending time with her daughter and working with computer graphics.
Jennifer Francis: Practice Administrator
Jennifer is a Certified Medical Manager who holds a Masters in Business Administration. She has 10 years experience managing physician and hospital outpatient clinics, including OB/GYN and perinatology. She is an active member of the Medical Group Management Association and is currently pursuing a certification as a Medical Practice Executive. Outside of work, Jennifer is enjoying motherhood for the first time and loves spending time traveling, cooking and discovering new places to explore with her son and extended family.
Whitney Fowler: Medical Assistant II
Whitney has worked in medical offices since 2004. As a volunteer in 1999, she discovered that her true passion is working with oncology patients. In 2009, Whitney moved to Seattle and joined our clinic as a Medical Assistant II. Outside of work, her interests are: spending time with family and friends, camping and exploring nature, reading non-fiction books, painting pottery, volunteering, finding new hole-in-the-wall places, and discovering the unique zest for life that each individual holds and shares.
Jeni LeFebvre: Intake and Surgery Scheduler
Jeni has spent seven years coordinating patient care in surgical and oncological care settings. She is particularly interested in the treatment of women's cancers and oncology in general.
She graduated from the University of Washington with a B.A. and is currently taking night classes to obtain her nursing degree. She enjoys spending her spare time with friends and family.
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