Stephanie Moore, ARNP-CNS, ACNS-BC
Clinical Nurse Specialist
Southwestern Regional Medical Center
"Patients and their families come here seeking hope, and they find it. The hospital’s integrated environment supports all aspects of patients and focuses on their comfort."
- Stephanie R. Moore, ARNP-CNS, ACNS-BC
- MS, Nursing - University of Oklahoma-Tulsa
- BS, Nursing - East Central University, Ada, OK
- Clinical Nurse Specialist
- Adult Health Clinical Nurse Specialist
Practicing Since: 1996
“At Cancer Treatment Centers of America, each patient’s medical oncologist, nurse, care manager, naturopathic provider, dietitian and other team members work together to offer the best options for treatment,” says Stephanie Moore, a clinical nurse specialist.
Moore joined the staff at Cancer Treatment Centers of America (CTCA) at Southwestern Regional Medical Center in January 2012. She says, “Patient empowerment and the unique, Patient Empowered Care® treatment model at CTCA were motivating factors in my decision to join CTCA.”
Moore is certified by the American Nurses Credentialing Center. She earned a master of science degree in nursing (acute care clinical nurse specialist) from the University of Oklahoma and a bachelor of science degree in nursing from East Central University in Ada, Oklahoma.
Previously, Moore served in nursing roles at hospitals in the Tulsa, Oklahoma and Salina, Kansas areas. She has served as a member of committees for the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center. Additionally, Moore has been an instructor and Director of the Acute Care Clinical Nurse Specialist Program at the College of Nursing. She is a two-time winner of the school’s Outstanding Faculty of the Year Award.
Moore is a young wife and mother who treasures time with her family. She enjoys learning and supporting schools in her hometown of Broken Arrow, Oklahoma.
“As a spouse to a lifelong public educator, I am concerned about the environment and opportunities that are provided to all children in their learning process,” Moore notes.