Angela Peters, MSN, NP-C
Midwestern Regional Medical Center
"I believe in engaging and actively listening to my patients and letting them know how much I truly care about their concerns."
- Angela Peters, MSN, NP-C
- MS, Nursing - East Carolina University, Greenville, NC
- BS, Nursing - University of Wisconsin, Green Bay
- Adult Nurse Practitioner
- Pain Management
Practicing Since: 2004
Providing personalized care is a priority for Angela Peters, a nurse practitioner at Cancer Treatment Centers of America® (CTCA) in Illinois. She says, “I want to support our patients and offer assistance however I can.”
Peters earned an associate degree in applied science with a focus on nursing at College of Lake County in Grayslake, Illinois, followed by a bachelor’s degree in nursing at the University of Wisconsin in Green Bay. She completed a master’s degree in nursing in 2011 at East Carolina University in Greenville, North Carolina.
Since 2003, Peters has worked as a nurse at large hospitals and community clinics, serving in various units, including medical-surgical, pediatrics, primary care and home health. She has also worked as a school nurse and provided home-care nursing. In 2012, Peters joined CTCA®, where she began her career on the pain management team, evaluating and treating inpatients and outpatients for complex pain issues. She is now a member of the medical oncology team, providing care to oncology patients undergoing treatment.
Peters is certified as an adult nurse practitioner by the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners and is board certified in pain management by the American Nurses Credentialing Center.
At CTCA, Peters provides support to patients in any way she can. She notes, “It is my responsibility to impart information, helping patients to understand their treatment options, empowering them to make well informed decisions about their healthcare.”
Peters also works closely with other care team members. “I love the sense of teamwork at CTCA,” she says. “Together, we provide quality patient care in an environment of healing and hope.”