Our Physician Assistants (PA) and Advance Practice Registered Nurses (APRN) are licensed health care professionals who practice medicine with physician supervision and collaboration. At Oncology Associates they deliver a broad range of cancer treatment and medical services, with compassionate care, while supporting both our patients and our doctors.
|Shelley Lynne Reichmuth PA-C
When not in the office, you’ll find Shelley out at the family farm, or enjoying the outdoors with her husband and two daughters. Shelley brings that same zest to her work. Says she “cares for patients in the way she’d like to be cared for.” Patients feel that kindness from her. One way they’ve shown their appreciation was through giving gifts to Shelley when she was expecting her first child. Although her daughter is only two, she tells her the story behind each gift. While Shelley holds a Masters of Physician Assistant Studies from UNMC, and a BS in Human Biology from Chaldron State College where she also minored in Spanish. She’s never stopped learning. She says she learns from each of the various doctors she’s had a chance to assist. The one thing she would like people to know about Oncology Associates is that they are a caring team that will “go the extra mile to make a patient’s experience in traveling the road to recovery more gratifying”.
|Jennifer Riddell APRN
Jennifer says she’s wanted to be a nurse since she was nine years old, when nurses impressed her with their caring for a neighbor who had lymphoma. According to Jennifer, “it’s important to make a difference and our goal at Oncology Associates is to help you the best we can throughout your cancer treatment.” She’s been nursing since 1995, most of that treating cancer patients, and carries certifications as an Adult Nurse Practitioner and a masters in Adult Oncology.
|Brandi Nielsen PA
Because she can combine her love of people with science and medicine, Brandi considers her work in oncology to be her 2nd greatest job, next to being a mom. Her patients provide her with the biggest satisfaction of being a PA. In fact, she believes they give her much more than she could ever give them. A mother of two, Brandi finds oncology challenging, rewarding and she learns something every day from the strength of her patients. When it comes to role models, Brandi likes them smart, funny and determined. She considers Eleanor Roosevelt, Carol Burnett and Katherine Hepburn to be some of her greatest influences. And when she’s not taking care of her patients or her family, you’ll find Brandi catching a baseball game or rooting for her beloved Denver Broncos.