Katie Yagunic, MSN, RN, AGPCNP-BC

Hematology & Oncology

Practices In: Winfield
Patients Seen: Adults

I believe it is impor­tant to treat the whole patient, not just their dis­ease. I do this by lis­ten­ing to each of my patients and devel­op­ing a care plan based on their indi­vid­ual needs.

Sep­tem­ber is prostate can­cer aware­ness month. Since prostate can­cer is the sec­ond most com­mon form of can­cer in men, start­ing at age 45 for those at an increased risk and age 50 for those at an aver­age risk, screen­ing options are avail­able to help catch can­cer at an ear­ly stage. Take charge of your health and sched­ule with your pri­ma­ry care provider to dis­cuss fam­i­ly his­to­ry and risk fac­tors to deter­mine if screen­ing is right for you. 

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Board Certifications
Adult-Gerontological Nurse Practitioner, Family Nurse Practitioner, ANCC
Clinical Interests

Symp­tom man­age­ment for patients receiv­ing hematology/​oncology treatments

Personal Interests

I enjoy spend­ing time with my friends and fam­i­ly, din­ing out at new restau­rants and trav­el­ling-espe­cial­ly to vis­it my son, Nate, who is a US Marine

Loyola University Chicago Graduation Date: 2017 Degree: MSN - APCNP
Purdue University Graduation Date: 2012 Degree: BSN
Elgin Community College Graduation Date: 2009 Degree: ASN