Paige Diesner, MMS, PA-C

Hematology & Oncology, Integrated Oncology Program

Practices In: Tinley Park
Patients Seen: Adults

I believe that all patients deserve the high­est lev­el of care and should be treat­ed with the utmost respect. I feel that tak­ing time to lis­ten to patients’ and their loved ones’ con­cerns not only enhances care, but also forms rela­tion­ships based on trust and mutu­al under­stand­ing. I believe that mind, body and spir­i­tu­al well-being must all be treat­ed to ensure that each indi­vid­ual gets the best and most com­pre­hen­sive care.

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. 

Schedule an appointment with Paige Diesner, MMS, PA-C

A few questions to help guide us to a healthier happier you...

What's the date of birth of the patient receiving care?

Already a Duly MyChart User?
Log in for a quicker scheduling journey.

Board Certifications
Basic Life Support, Physician Assistant - NCCPA
Languages
English
Clinical Interests

Hema­tol­ogy-Oncol­o­gy treat­ment, Can­cer pre­ven­tion and screen­ings, Nutri­tion, Healthy lifestyle management

Personal Interests

Spend­ing time with fam­i­ly and friends, Trav­el­ing, Vol­un­teer­ing, Pho­tog­ra­phy, Read­ing, Cook­ing, Being active — Exer­cis­ing, Sports, Being outdoors

School
Midwestern University Graduation Date: 2016 Degree: MS, Physician Assistant Studies
University of Illinois Graduation Date: 2013 Degree: BS, Integrative Biology