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Advanced Practice Clinicians Testimonials

UofL Health – UofL Physicians supports and encourages the use of Advanced Practice Registered Nurses (APRNs) and Physician Assistants (PAs) throughout its health system. Both groups are important providers who focus on high quality, safe patient-centered care, working in collaboration with our physicians.

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Alexandra Schaber, APRN

Alexandra Schaber, APRN

“I grew up in Texas and I’ve been in Louisville now for about 10 years. It is one of the best cities to live in, regardless of your phase of life. When I moved here, I was single – I loved Louisville then – now I’m married with two kids, and it’s a great place to raise a family. Working for UofL Health, you find a family within itself, away from home. This city has a ton to offer as far as different restaurants, activities and things to do outside. It really is a city for everybody. I hope you’ll come and join us!”

Whitney Pitman, AOCNP, APRN-C
Survivorship Program Manager
Medical Oncology, Brown Cancer Center

Whitney Pitman, AOCNP, APRN-C

“I love working at Brown Cancer Center because it’s an urban, academic cancer program with a small town feel. Our patients come from diverse backgrounds and they are incredibly grateful for the care we are able to provide for them. We treat the whole patient from diagnosis through survivorship, and our team is set up to address physical, psychosocial and emotional needs. There are always outlets for academic and professional growth here as well, allowing employees the opportunity to foster their own goals.”

Carolyn Palmer, MSN, APRN, FNP-C
Gynecologic Oncology

Carolyn Palmer, MSN, APRN, FNP-C

“I love providing care with the most up-to-date treatment and newest technology to women in my hometown. I know I am working with the best and for the best. I’m so lucky to be part of the #PowerofU team.”

Elizabeth Wise, APRN

Elizabeth Wise, APRN“I am so thankful for this UofL family. It has been part of my life for almost 25 years, first starting as a nurse at UofL Hospital, then transitioning to a nurse practitioner with the Neurology department, where I get to take care of stroke patients across the region. I get to do this because of telemedicine. Telemedicine has been one of the most innovative ways to reach a population that otherwise would not have had a specialist taking care of them. I want to thank my UofL family for allowing me to be part of this journey.”