Corianna Brever,PA-C

PA-C

Physician Assistant

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My main goal is to ensure my patients know they’re cared for as individuals and are more than just their disease.

Location
CTCA Phoenix
Specialties
Physician Assistants
Education
Advanced degrees:

Master of Science, Physician Assistant Medicine - Midwestern University, Glendale, AZ

Certifications

Physicians Assistant - Arizona Regulatory Board of Physician Assistants

Advances Cardiovascular Life Support

American Association of Tissue Banking Certification

Corianna Brever joined Cancer Treatment Centers of America® (CTCA) in November 2021. As a nurse practitioner at the CTCA® hospital in Phoenix, Arizona, Brever works with a multidisciplinary team of cancer experts dedicated to the diagnosis and treatment of women’s cancers, including ovarian, cervical, uterine and other malignancies of the female reproductive system.

Brever’s special interest in gynecologic oncology led her to join the teams at the CTCA Phoenix Women’s Cancer Center and Gynecologic Cancer Center, working closely with Chief of Gynecologic Oncology Dr. Dennis Scribner Jr., MD, FACOG, FACS, CPE. The Gynecologic Cancer Center at CTCA Phoenix treats the full range of gynecologic cancers using standard-of-care and, when appropriate, innovative precision medicine treatments, while also offering evidence-informed supportive care services designed to help patients manage cancer-related symptoms and side effects. The center is part of the CTCA Phoenix Women’s Cancer Center, which recognizes that cancers unique to women are complex diseases that require urgent, expert care. Both centers are guided by the CTCA founding principle of the Mother Standard® of care—treating each patient the way we’d want our own families to be treated.

It was that integrative, personalized approach to care, treating the whole person with dignity and compassion, that first drew Brever to CTCA. “I was attracted to the Mother Standard of care at CTCA,” she says. “I wanted to help our patients receive that unique approach to their treatment and support.”

Brever graduated from University of Colorado, Denver, in Denver, Colorado, with a Bachelor of Science degree in biology and pre-medicine, then received her Master of Physician Assistant Medicine from Midwestern University in Glendale, Arizona. Before joining CTCA, she worked in a variety of clinical settings, developing experience in a wide range of subspecialties, including laparoscopic, surgical and robotic surgery procedures. In addition to being certified as a physician assistant by Arizona Regulatory Board of Physician Assistants, Brever is also certified in Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support and holds American Association of Tissue Banking Certification.

Outside of CTCA, Brever loves spending time with her 6-year-old son. She also enjoys artistic projects such as painting and drawing, working out at the gym and going on hikes and other outdoor activities.

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