Korinne Ashlock,MSN, FNP-C


Nurse Practitioner


I joined City of Hope because I was drawn to the opportunity to provide patients the kind of cancer care I’d want for my own family.

City of Hope Phoenix
14200 West Celebrate Life Way
Goodyear, AZ 85338
Nurse Practitioner
Advanced degrees:

Bachelor of Science, NursingGrand Canyon University, Phoenix, AZ
Master of Science, Nursing, Family Nurse Practitioner - Grand Canyon University, Phoenix, AZ


Family Nurse Practitioner - American Academy of Nurse Practitioners Certification Board
Oncology Certified Nurse - Oncology Nursing Certification Corporation

About Me

Korinne Ashlock joined City of Hope in July 2021 as a Nurse Practitioner at City of Hope Phoenix, serving on a multidisciplinary team focused on managing individualized treatment plans for cancer patients.

After her brother was diagnosed with cancer years earlier, Ashlock sought ways to give back to others. She experienced cancer care through interactions with her brother’s care team and felt it was her calling to provide quality care to others.

Ashlock sees patients with a variety of cancer types and stages. She works closely with a team of dedicated doctors and clinicians to help cancer patients and their families understand their treatment options and formulate a plan. Ashlock is responsible for continuity of care, throughout diagnosis, treatment and survivorship.

“I joined City of Hope to make a positive impact on someone’s life,” Ashlock says. “I try to get to know them and then focus on personalizing my patients’ care by incorporating their needs and goals into the treatment plan.”

Ashlock received first a Bachelor of Science then a Master of Science degree, both in nursing, from Grand Canyon University in Phoenix, Arizona, and she’s worked in a variety of hospital and clinic settings prior to joining City of Hope.

Outside of City of Hope, Ashlock loves spending time with her four children and especially enjoys hiking and other outdoor activities.

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