Your Personal Cancer Team

As they say, “it takes a village”, and our village is filled with a multidisciplinary team of experts in every field imaginable to bring you personalized care. Our entire team, from the medical director to the front desk staff, meets daily to review patient progress and concerns, exchange observations, plan for upcoming treatment and brainstorm together to provide patients with the most responsive care possible. Nurses and doctors meet together regularly to go over every patient’s progress and care plans. At the Martin-O’Neil Cancer Center, patient-centered care isn’t just what we’s why we are here.


Marie, Chris, Valeria, Susie, Tiffany & Paulina

Our Receptionists are on the “front lines” of your cancer treatment. They schedule you with the physicians and coordinate appointments with other departments in order to ease your scheduling experience.

(707) 967-5721


Our Patient Experience Coordinator is in our library and will assist you with educational and supportive materials about your diagnosis as well as information about available resources.

(707) 967-5750


Our Financial Services Coordinator is an onsite liaison who coordinates with health insurance and financial resources.

(707) 967-5795

LauraLaura, RD, CSO

Our Oncology Certified Registered Dietitian advises you on optimizing your nutritional intake at the beginning of cancer treatment. She then follows up as needed to monitor your nutritional status while you are undergoing cancer treatment.

(707) 967-5721

ColleenColleen, LCSW, OSW-C

Our Clinical Navigator is an Oncology Board Certified Licensed Clinical Social Worker. She oversees the Integrative Cancer Support Services and is the psychotherapist for patients and their families. She offers short-term psycho dynamic therapy for a variety of issues related to coping with cancer. She will work with you throughout your treatment to provide appropriate resources and help you find your personal path to healing.

WahuWahu Oseso, CCRC

Our Research and Clinical Trials Coordinator, in partnership with our Medical Director, directs our research programs. Wahu also connects patients to appropriate clinical trials and monitors the treatment protocols throughout the trial.

(707) 967-3698


Our Clinical Research Data Analyst works directly with Wahu in monitoring the regulatory aspects of the research programs.

(707) 967-5831

DeannaDeanna, RN, OCN

Our lead oncology nurse provides nursing leadership for the infusion room and clinic areas at the Martin-O’Neil Cancer Center and the clinic at Hidden Valley. You may see Deanna in the infusion room administering your chemotherapy and monitoring your medical status.

(707) 967-5721



Kim, RN, OCN; Sonia, RN, OCN; Lexi, RN, OCN; Joanne, RN, OCN; Kendall, RN, OCN; Kathi, RN, OCN; Megan, RN; Rachel, RN, OCN; Nancy, RN, OCN

Our oncology certified Infusion Nurses will educate you about the side effects of chemotherapy, administer your chemotherapy and monitor your medical status with extraordinary skill and compassion. They are here to learn your medical history and find out how you are tolerating treatment. They will pay close attention to your concerns related to symptom management, medication side effects, medication adherence and communicate this to the medical team.

(707) 967-5721


Anna, CNA; Maria, CNA

Our certified Nursing Assistants work closely with the RNs to make sure they are informed about your needs. Don’t hesitate to ask them for anything that will enhance your experience with us.

(707) 967-5721


Patti, RTT; Lily, RTT; Renee, RTT

Our Radiation Therapists are experts at guiding you through your radiation treatment. They are professionally trained to implement the physician’s treatment plan on the linear accelerator with the utmost care and precision to ensure the most successful outcome.

(707) 967-5721

JeannieJeannie, CMD

Our Medical Dosimetrist is Jeannie She is a member of the radiation oncology team who has knowledge of the overall characteristics and clinical relevance of radiation oncology treatment machines and equipment, is cognizant of procedures commonly used in brachytherapy, and has the education and expertise necessary to generate radiation dose distributions and dose calculations in collaboration with the medical physicist and radiation oncologist.

Kevin, Senior Medical Physicist; Chung, Junior Medical Physicist

The essential responsibility of our medical physicists is to assure the safe and effective delivery of radiation to achieve a diagnostic or therapeutic result as prescribed in patient care. They supervise and perform the technical aspects of procedures necessary to achieve this objective.

ShariShari, MBA

Our Executive Director is responsible for overall operations and leadership at the Martin-O’Neil Cancer Center.

(707) 967-5722

NormaNorma, ANP-BC, AOCNP

As a survivorship program nurse practitioner, Norma provides patient education and counseling prior to initiating cancer treatment and oncology treatment according to the personalized treatment plan outlined by coordinating physician. She supervises the Survivorship Program, coordinates the team and supervises care plan visits and on-going program development, equipping patients with the necessary tools for healthy living and long term survivorship care beyond treatment. Her bilingual skills as a native Spanish speaker are invaluable in treating patients and facilitating the Spanish speaking cancer survivor group.

LoriLori, Oncology Pharmacist

Lori is our oncology Pharmacist. She and her team of pharmacists and pharmacy techs work with your clinical team to ensure you receive the correct medication in a timely manner, prepared according to your physician’s orders and National Standards. She reviews your medication orders with your physician and your nursing team, consults on specialty medications and is available to you and your caregivers for questions and education about your medications.