I believe in providing quality care with compassion, taking time to listen to patients and families, and helping them navigate complex medical situations and decisions. It is important to me to get to know my patients and understand and honor their wishes as we navigate through their cancer journey as a team.

I was born and raised in Fort Collins, Colorado, and am thrilled to now care for patients in the northern Colorado community.

In my free time, I enjoy spending time with my husband, son, and our Australian Shepherd. I love indoor cycling, yoga, travel, and skiing.


Monday: 7am - 5pm
Tuesday: 7am - 5pm
Wednesday: 7am - 5pm
Thursday: 7am - 5pm
Friday: 7am - 5pm
Saturday: Closed
Sunday: Closed

Qualifications and experience

Cancers - Cancer Radiation Therapy, Cancers - Blood and Marrow Transplant, Radiation Oncology
Languages spoken
Western University of Health Sciences (2016)

Board Certification
Certification Agency Specialty Year
National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants Physician Assistant 2016
Clinical interest for patients

Paige specialized in bone marrow transplantation and cancer cellular therapy with Stanford Health Care in the Bay Area from 2016 to 2022. In this role, she cared for patients with blood cancers, such as, leukemia, lymphoma and multiple myeloma in the inpatient, infusion, and independent clinical practice setting. She was specifically interested in improving quality of life in patients with acute and chronic graft versus host disease. She helped develop the practice model for APPs in ambulatory clinic with the Stanford BMT and cell therapy team.

Paige is passionate about continuing education and training of oncology APPs. She served for three years as a planner for the Advanced Practice Provider Oncology Summit in San Francisco, CA. This conference focused on the latest evidence-based strategies to optimize care and outcomes for patients with cancer. She was a speaker at this conference in 2019 on CAR T-Cell Therapy and co-led a hands-on simulation workshop for bone marrow biopsies and aspirations. She believes advanced practice providers play an increasingly important role in the cancer care team and is heavily involved with training new practitioners. She has led trainees from USCF, Touro, and Stanford University, as well as the Stanford Hematology Oncology Fellowship program. She also was a nominated mentor to APPs throughout different specialties at Stanford through the APP mentorship program.

Starting in April 2022, she made the transition back to Colorado to join the UCHealth radiation oncology team. She is very happy to care for patients in the northern Colorado community.

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