Christopher Gabler, PA-C is part of Comprehensive Cancer’s team of advanced practice providers that help coordinate world-class patient treatment in a supportive and caring environment.
Christopher Gabler, PA-C, graduated with honors in Biological Sciences from Biola University. He received his Master of Science in the Physician Assistant Program from Oregon Health & Sciences University and completed his oncology fellowship from The Ohio State University. He has certifications in Basic Life Support (BLS) and Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS), Advanced Trauma Life Support (ATLS) and Fundamentals of Critical Care Support.
Christopher is a board-certified physician assistant (PA-C) at Comprehensive Cancer Centers, where he treats patients with cancer and serious blood disorders.
Prior to joining Comprehensive, Christopher worked as a physician assistant on the inpatient medical oncology service at The Ohio State University. He also worked as a physician assistant for Emergency Medicine Specialists treating urgent and life-threatening medical conditions in several emergency departments throughout Dayton, Ohio. He also previously worked as an urgent care provider at Adventist Health Tillamook in Oregon.
Christopher moved to Las Vegas from Dayton, Ohio with his wife. They have a son and a daughter. In his free time, he enjoys hiking, running, biking and camping with his family.
I consider it a privilege to serve and work with people who are battling cancer on a daily basis. My goal is to do whatever I can to make the treatment process a better experience for my patients.
Advanced Cardiac Life Support
Advanced Trauma Life Support
Basic Life Support
Fundamentals of Critical Care Support
MEMBERSHIPS IN PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS
Association of Physician Assistants in Oncology
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