Diana H. McFeters, A.R.N.P. is a nurse practitioner and teaching associate with the department of Obstetrics and Gynecology.
McFeters earned an Associate’s Degree in Nursing at Shoreline Community College, a bachelor’s of science degree in nursing at Montana State University-Havre, and a master’s of science degree in nursing with a family nurse practitioner focus, at Seattle Pacific University. As a registered nurse, Diana has 13 years of experience in emergency care and interventional radiology prior to pursuing professional practice as a nurse practitioner in oncology. She received certification as an Advanced Oncology Certified Nurse Practitioner in 2015.
McFeters specializes in the treatment of patients undergoing surgery or receiving chemotherapy for gynecologic cancers, with a focus on the prevention and management of treatment-related side effects and toxicities. She believes in providing dignified and compassionate care that is relationship-based and individualized to the patient and their family.
McFeters enjoys camping, boating, gardening, cooking, music, reading and exploring the great outdoors with her two teenage boys and spouse.