Advanced Practice Clinicians

Advance Practice Clinicians (APCs) are a specially trained group of health professionals - both clinical registered nurse practitioners and physician assistants - who provide quality medical care and treatment to patients, under the guidance of their supervising physicians.

APCs are responsible for ordering and interpreting blood work, diagnostic tests and radiologic scans. They can also prescribe medications for patients. One of the primary roles for the APCs at Fox Chase is to treat patients in the Survivor Clinics.

Physicians Assistants

Physician assistants (PAs) are members of the Advanced Practice Clinicians team at Fox Chase. They practice medicine under the supervision of physicians and surgeons. PAs are an integral part of your healthcare team at Fox Chase Cancer Center.


Nurse Practitioner

Oncology nurses, or nurse practitioners, are part of the Advanced Practice Clinicians team at Fox Chase Cancer Center, who provide quality care to our patients.

Certified Registered Nurse Practitioners, otherwise known as CRNPs, are a vital part of the patient care team at Fox Chase. These specially trained nurses are clinical oncology experts who care for patients before, during and after treatment.


Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists (CRNA)

Pathologists' Assistants