- Bachelor of Science, Nursing - Oklahoma City University, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
- Master of Science, Family Nurse Practitioner - Graceland University, Independence, Missouri
- Certified Nurse Practitioner – American Academy of Nurse Practitioners
Bridget Randolph joined Cancer Treatment Centers of America® (CTCA), Atlanta, in February 2016. As a Nurse Practitioner in the Surgical Oncology Department, Randolph is focused on helping patients recover after surgery and preventing post-operative complications.
The surgical oncology team at CTCA® employs advanced techniques and standard-of-care practices in treating a wide range of cancers. Randolph works with an multidisciplinary team that reviews each patient’s medical information, including factors such as the type, size, location, grade and stage of the tumor, as well as the patient’s general health, to develop a personalized treatment plan.
Randolph cares for patients after surgery to help control pain, care for wounds, prevent infections and improve recovery. “I work closely with my patients to anticipate and manage side effects from surgery,” says Randolph. “I educate them about their recovery and make sure they understand the surgical healing process.”
Randolph earned her Bachelor of Science degree in nursing from Oklahoma City University in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. She went on to earn a master’s degree in science, focused on family nurse practitioner studies, from Graceland University in Independence, Missouri.
Randolph has worked as a nurse practitioner since 2010. She is an active member of several organizations, including the Oklahoma Nurse Practitioner Association and American Academy of Nurse Practitioners.
Randolph is married with three children. Outside of work, she enjoys traveling, shopping and watching movies.
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