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Tran Le, PA-C

Physician Assistant

Midwestern Regional Medical Center

"Education is key in preparing patients for treatment. I work hard to make sure I understand my patients’ expectations and that my patients are clear about their treatment plans."

- Tran Le, PA-C
Tran Le, PA-C

Degree(s)

  • MS, Physician Assistant Studies - Marquette University
  • BS, Health and Sciences - Marquette University

Certification(s)

  • Physician Assistant National Certification
  • Wisconsin State Physician Assistant License
  • Illinois State Physician Assistant License
  • Basic Life Support
  • Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support
  • Pediatric Advanced Life Support

Practicing Since: 2004

Tran Le, PA-C, is a physician assistant at Cancer Treatment Centers of America (CTCA). Le is an important part of the Patient Empowerment Team and works closely with medical oncologists to provide patients with excellent care through education about their unique cancer and treatment.

Le attended Marquette University, where she received her bachelor’s degree and her master’s degree in physician assistant studies.

Before joining the CTCA team, Le worked in emergency rooms, urgent care, and occupational health clinic, taking care of patients with various acute medical issues.

Le joined the CTCA team in early 2011 because of her eagerness to learn about oncology and develop a more meaningful relationship with patients. She enjoys the dynamic support of the Patient Empowerment Team and other staff at CTCA, and passes that same support to her patients.

In order to help patients maintain their quality of life during treatment, Le encourages patients to ask questions and is passionate about helping patients understand their care and the importance of proper nutrition. “Careful education can better prepare patients for their treatment and ease fear and anxiety and improve their ability to cope,” says Le.

Le believes education is the best way for patients to be able to face common concerns and challenges during treatment.

In her free time, Le enjoys traveling, photography, and spending time with her family. She is also fluent in two languages, Vietnamese and English.

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