A FOND FAREWELL, AND A WARM WELCOME!

The team at Arizona Urology must sadly say goodbye to Dr. Kirsten Janosek-Albright. She has been a valuable member of our team, and her professional insight and personal contributions will be sorely missed. We are honored to have helped her introduce her practice to Arizona, and we are proud of her accomplishments and her dedication to our patients. She leaves us for a wonderful position at the VA, where we know her skills will be put to use in the best way possible as she cares for our nation’s veterans.

As we wish Dr. Janosek-Albright the best of luck in her new endeavors, we happily welcome a new team member, Kathryn Miller ACNPC-AG.

Katie Miller joins our practice with years of experience in the medical field and a focus on surgical oncology. She graduated from Chamberlain College with her Bachelors of Science degree in nursing, and went on to obtain a Masters in nursing from Walden University. Katie spent 2 ½ years with Cancer Treatment Centers of America, where she gained invaluable skills in the field of oncology with a special interest in Urology and Urological Oncology.
Katie’s training in home health, geriatric care, surgical oncology and outpatient recovery give her a unique skill set in quality patient care and a strong sense of empathy towards those she cares for. Additionally, her job experience as a lead RN speaks to her capabilities as a leader and a solid clinician.

Since her move from Chicago with her daughter and her dog, Katie has enjoyed spending time with her extended family. Her interests include yoga, hiking and baking.

Katie is a member of the American Academy of Critical Care nurses.

Please call or visit one of our valleywide locations to see Katie Miller or to inquire about your care if you have been a patient with Dr. Janosek-Albright and would like to meet another provider on the Arizona Urology team!

Author
Caitlin Manley

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