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Christine Cadelina


Nurse practitioner
Traveler, tennis player and basketball fan

About me

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Christine Cadelina is an acute care nurse practitioner who specializes in caring for patients with blood cancers and those receiving stem cell transplants. She works with the inpatient oncology team to evaluate, treat and manage patients who are undergoing chemotherapy, biotherapy (treatments that target immune responses using substances made from living organisms) and stem cell transplants. When patients are in the hospital, she helps ensure the close monitoring they require, and she helps coordinate ongoing care after their discharge. She also performs bone marrow biopsies and lumbar punctures, procedures used to diagnose, evaluate and treat disease.

Cadelina earned her bachelor's degree in nursing at Dominican University of California and her master's degree in nursing in the UCSF Adult-Gerontology Acute Care Nurse Practitioner Program. Before transitioning to the blood cancer team, she worked in critical care nursing for eight years, also at UCSF.

  • Education

    UCSF, MSN, 2019

  • Board Certifications

    Adult-Gerontology Acute Care, American Nurses Credentialing Center

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