Nina M. Lamble, MD
In medical school, I found the science behind blood disorders and cancers intriguing. My interest in hematology-oncology as a career path was cemented from the moment I began working with patients and families. The rich connections I developed with people as they navigated a very difficult time was, and continues to be, very rewarding. I enjoy hearing patients’ stories about their interests, their loved ones, their wishes and their hopes for the future. Having that perspective helps me both understand and support their decisions about treatment. It’s a privilege to be a part of my patients’ lives, to participate in their care and to help them make the choices that are right for them.
I believe that honest, clear communication is the key to forming a treatment plan that is consistent with your needs and goals. To help you be as involved in your care as possible, I take time to get to know you and explain what’s happening medically in jargon-free language. I also believe that every patient has unique strengths, both within themselves and in their circle of family and friends. Together, we can identify and build upon those strengths to help you weather your diagnosis.
Specialty: Hematology Oncology
I am a board-certified hematologist-oncologist with SCCA at UW Medical Center – Northwest. My area of focus is the treatment of breast cancer; however, I also provide care for patients with benign (non-cancerous) blood disorders and a variety of solid tumors, such as prostate or colon cancers.
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SCCA's Nina Lamble, MD, spoke with Oregon Health & Science University (OHSU) about receiving the President’s Distinction, Diversity and Inclusion Award.
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