To make an appointment or get more information, call our multidisciplinary clinic coordinator, Amanda Young, at the number below:
If you have been diagnosed with lung cancer, thymic cancer, or mesothelioma, I am available to listen to your experiences and help you navigate through your medical journey. Patients who have recently been diagnosed with one of these conditions often have many questions: Where do I go first—the lung doctors, the surgeon, or the cancer doctors? What tests am I going to need? What is the best treatment? Where can I get help with smoking cessation? Will changing my diet help? How long will all of this take?
It is my goal as a Nurse Practitioner to assist you with all of your questions and make a plan to get you answers in a timely fashion. I will be your point person from the start—from your initial phone call through your entire visit with our team of experts. I will listen to your concerns, determine the testing you need, and get you in quickly to be seen by our multidisciplinary team. Our unique multidisciplinary approach aims to address all of your needs in one visit, as well as to provide you with the most up-to-date and evidence-based treatment options available. It is my goal to leave you feeling well informed and ready to take the next steps of your journey with confidence in your medical team.
Call me today to start your journey with the Thoracic Oncology Multidisciplinary Clinic at the University of Colorado Denver and University of Colorado Hospital.
Amanda Young, NP