Meet Our New Advanced Practice Providers

Minnesota Oncology is pleased to announce the recent addition of four advanced practice providers to our care team.


Crystal Bryant, RN, DNP

Crystal Bryant joined Minnesota Oncology’s Minneapolis Clinic in June 2014 after completing her doctorate in nursing at the University of Minnesota. Bryant comes to Minnesota Oncology from Allina Health where she has been working with medical-surgical, hematology and oncology patients since 2004. Her scholarly doctoral project, Acute Care Nursing Needs During End of Life Care, resulted in evidence-based revisions and implementation of inpatient comfort care/end-of-life care plan for a major healthcare organization. “I strive to provide patients with individualized and quality care in order to achieve the best possible outcomes,” Bryant says.



Kelli Daly, RN, CNP

Kelli Daly has been with Minnesota Oncology since 2008 as an infusion center nurse. She has worked in the field of oncology since 2006 when she received her bachelor of science in nursing from the College of St. Scholastica. Recently Daly completed her master’s degree in nursing at the College of St. Scholastica with support from Minnesota Oncology. The practice is pleased to provide financial assistance to qualified employees seeking to further their education. Daly recently passed the board exam to become a certified nurse practitioner. She practices at our Edina and Saint Paul locations. “My approach to patient care is individualized and holistic in nature. I am compassionate about serving those with cancer and will utilize evidence based research in patient care and education,” Daly says.



Robin Uithoven, RN, MAN, AOCNP

Robin Uithoven has been working as a nurse since 1986 and as a certified nurse practitioner since 1999. She recently joined Minnesota Oncology’s Coon Rapids clinic from Sanford Worthington Medical Center in Sanford, Minnesota. Prior to that, she worked in the infectious disease department at Mercy Hospital in Coon Rapids. “I consider my role as a certified nurse practitioner to be an integral part of a team-centered approach to providing the best individualized care for oncology patients and their families,” Uithoven says.



Kelly Young, RN, OCN, DNP

Kelly Young recently joined Minnesota Oncology’s Maplewood Cancer Center after working with medical and surgical oncology and hematology patients at United Hospital in Saint Paul since 2005. Young earned his doctorate of nursing practice in May 2014 from the College of St. Scholastica. His doctoral scholarly project was A Multifaceted Approach to Pain Management in the Inpatient Oncology Setting. I strive to provide individualized, patient-centered care, while taking into account each patient’s own situation, experiences, perceptions and beliefs,” Young says.




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