Heather Radford, PA-C is the Lead Advanced Practice Provider for the Blood and Marrow Transplant Program. She completed her MHS and PA studies at Duke University in 2007. She then started her career in inpatient pulmonary and critical care at Johns Hopkins from 2007-2011. She transitioned her practice to the Johns Hopkins inpatient hematologic malignancies and Bone Marrow Transplant program from 2011-2013. She moved back west and landed in beautiful Palo Alto, California. She joined the Stanford BMT program in September 2013 and shortly thereafter was promoted to Lead APP. Her area of clinical practice is bone marrow transplant and cancer cellular therapies. She practices on the inpatient service as well l as the infusion treatment area in addition to her leadership role.

Clinical Focus

  • Physician Assistant

Education & Certifications

  • Board Certification: National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants, Physician Assistant (2007)
  • MHS, Duke University Physician Assistant Program, Physician Assistant Studies (2007)
  • BS, University of Utah, Exercise Physiology (2000)

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