Sandra Cassell-Corbin, CRNP
Sandra Casell-Corbin, CRNP
Board Certified Oncology Nurse Practioner
Board-certified oncology nurse practitioner Sandra Cassell-Corbin has over 22 years experience in a broad range of clinical settings. For the last 15 years, she has worked in Appalachia establishing cancer programs for underserved populations. She also set up the first nurse practitioner-based cancer survivorship clinic in the country through a community partnership with the Lance Armstrong Foundation Center for Excellence program.
Ms. Cassell-Corbin obtained her nursing degree from the State University of New York in Syracuse and completed her graduate degree at Community General Hospital and Syracuse University in New York. She went on to complete an intensive course in cancer risk assessment at the City of Hope sponsored by the National Cancer Institute. She also worked with the Cancer Genetics Department at The James Cancer Center at Ohio State for two years following her coursework.
Ms. Cassell-Corbin is especially helpful in developing and implementing survivorship plans for patients with all types of cancer. Additionally, she assists in triaging, seeing patients on an urgent basis and providing follow-up care.