Ivette Covarrubias: Clinic Department Assistant
Ivette is a Los Angeles native with a deep passion for health care. She began her medical career at Kaiser Permanente in 2012, working as a bi-lingual (English/Spanish) administrator. She is honored to join the amazing team at the Women's Cancer Care of Seattle, furthering her commitment to provide patients with upstanding service and attention. As a team player with high-integrity, she also comes with an extensive administrative and billing background. Outside of work, Ivette loves hiking new trails, listening to music, cooking meals from scratch, exploring her new city, rooting for the LA Dodgers, and volunteering at her church.
Caroline Hamilton: Intake and Surgery Scheduler
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, after working 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 the patients. Her outside interests include reading and exploring the sights of Seattle. She enjoys spending her weekends with friends and doing charity work.
Jeni LeFebvre: Practice Manager
Jeni has spent nine 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 has completed pre- requisites for nursing school. She looks forward to one day returning to school and completing her nursing degree. She enjoys spending her spare time with her husband and two sons.
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