Meet Your Cancer Genetics Specialists


Kimberly Conboy, FNP-C, RN, DPT, CLT

 

Kimberly Conboy, FNP-C, RN, DPT, CLTKim began her healthcare career in 2006, with a Master’s and Doctorate of Physical Therapy. Deciding to pursue nursing, Kim graduated from St. Joseph’s College of Nursing and continued to SUNY Upstate Medical University, to obtain a Master of Science in Nursing, graduating Summa Cum Laude.

Now a nationally certified Family Nurse Practitioner, Kim has dedicated her career to working in oncology. She has a passion for cancer care, cancer genetics, and patient advocacy. Kim empowers patients and their families to make informed choices about options for genetic testing, cancer screening and medical management. She enjoys learning the unique stories of every patient and their family and providing them with support through the genetic testing process.

 

Kristen Weiler FNP-BC, RN, OCN

 

Kristen Weiler FNP-BC, RN, OCNKristen graduated from Crouse College of Nursing in 2009 and quickly found her passion for oncology as an inpatient Registered Nurse. She received her Bachelor of Science in Nursing while continuing her career in outpatient oncology, ultimately going on to receive her Master of Science at SUNY Polytechnic Institute in Utica, NY.

As a board-certified Family Nurse Practitioner, Kristen’s focus and passion for cancer care continues with cancer genetics and medical oncology. She is continually amazed by the strength of her patients, and their willingness to allow her to share their journey. Kristen enjoys the science of cancer genetics, including the fact that it is always evolving and supporting improvements in cancer care. 

 

 

As Cancer Genetics Advanced Practitioners, Kim and Kristen educate patients and their families regarding genetic testing options and offer personalized care to identify appropriate cancer screening and medical management options. They are specifically trained to advise you about:

  • Your risk of developing specific types of cancer based on your personal and family history
  • Genetics test that can give you more information about risk of certain types of cancer
  • The testing process including testing options, accuracy and limitations of testing and insurance cost/ coverage
  • Emotional, psychological, and social consequences of knowing test results
  • Cancer screening and prevention options
  • The privacy of your genetic information
  • Talking with your family about cancer risk

To Schedule an Appointment

Please call us at 315-472-7504. We can meet with you at any of our locations: East Syracuse, Syracuse, or Auburn.