Michelle Bigg, MSN, FNP-BC is part of Comprehensive Cancer’s board certified and award-winning advanced practice provider team that provides world-class cancer care in a supportive and caring environment.
Michelle Bigg, MSN, FNP-BC, attended Boston University and graduated with a Bachelor of Science in business administration as well as Mercy College and received a Bachelor of Science in health science.
Michelle completed an associate’s degree in nursing at Cochran School of Nursing, a Bachelor of Science in nursing at Jacksonville University and a Master of Science in nursing at University of Nevada, Las Vegas in the family nurse practitioner program.
Michelle is a nurse practitioner at Comprehensive Cancer Centers treating patients with cancer and serious blood disorders at the Central Valley treatment center. As a nurse practitioner, she supports Comprehensive’s physicians in helping manage the care and treatment plans for patients with cancer and serious blood disorders.
Prior to joining Comprehensive, Michelle served as the women’s oncology program coordinator at Sunrise Hospital & Medical Center and the Breast Center at Sunrise Hospital. She also worked in the New York City area as a clinical practice nurse in a multidisciplinary oncology practice at New York Presbyterian Hospital/Weill Cornell Medical College. Additionally, she was clinical medical research assistant at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center and a senior research coordinator at New York Presbyterian Hospital / Weill Cornell Medical College.
In Michelle’s free time, she enjoys spending time with her friends, family and dogs. She also has a love for traveling, music, and photography.
I aim to provide the highest standard of care with a multidisciplinary approach to all my patients. I believe in working as a team with my patients and their loved ones to help educate them about their options for care and to help coordinate personalized treatment plans that best meets their needs.
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