Cynthia Gray, APRN-CNP, is an oncology nurse practitioner. Cynthia is passionate about cancer care, previously serving at Kettering Health Cancer Care as a clinic nurse and as an infusion nurse, assisting patients with their ports, chemotherapy, biotherapy, and immunotherapy treatments.
Cynthia earned her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Ohio University. She then earned her Master of Science in Nursing from the University of Cincinnati.
In her spare time, Cynthia enjoys spending time with her family and cheering on her two kids at their sporting events. She is an avid runner and loves to be outside with her four dogs.
What is a Certified Nurse Practitioner?
A certified nurse practitioner (CNP) is an Advanced Practice Registered Nurse. They hold a master's or doctoral degree and have advanced clinical training. They collaborate with physicians to diagnose and treat patients. Like physicians, they can make referrals, provide physical exams, order and interpret tests, and prescribe medications.
- 2020: University of Cincinnati
I treat every patient with the same commitment and dedication as if they were my own family. I have had the privilege of serving patients and families for over ten years and I can't imagine a better life choice in a career. I chose oncology because it truly is a team approach to care for the patients and families.
Cynthia Gray, APRN-CNP