Our Cutaneous Lymphoma Program team offers you the resources of a world-class medical center tailored to your unique situation.
On this page:
- What does integrated care look like?
- Program leadership
- Cutaneous Lymphoma Program providers
- Additional team members
What does integrated care look like?
Our team combines the skills and talents of experts throughout the medical center, across the United States, and around the world.
We work together to promote your well-being even before we meet you in person for the first time. You may only meet just a few of the people working on your behalf. We tailor your individualized care plan to your diagnosis and treatment goals through active treatment and beyond. Our priority is to treat you as a person, not a case number.
A lot is happening behind the scenes to give you the most advanced care possible. We may consult with colleagues for second and third opinions on your treatment. We may discuss your case with our tumor board of cutaneous lymphoma experts. This group of medical oncologists, nurses, pathologists, pharmacists, social workers, surgical oncologists, and other providers meets regularly to discuss the best approach for complicated and complex cases of cutaneous lymphoma. The process is rigorous and collaborative.
The result? You benefit from the knowledge and experience of a wide group of experts working on your behalf to provide the best care possible.
- Joi Carter, MD, Cutaneous Lymphoma Program Co-Director
- Frederick “Erick” Lansigan, MD, Cutaneous Lymphoma Program Co-Director
Cutaneous Lymphoma Program providers
Additional team members
Dermatology clinic nurse
- Kaycee Lashua, RN
Hematology clinic nurse
- Jill Percia, RN
- Jenny Chang, RPH
Hematology associate practice provider
- Diane Stearns, APRN, MSN
- Catherine Reed, MSW