Mary Beth Henry, NP, RN Print Friendly Page
Mary Beth Henry is a member of the multidisciplinary hepatobiliary/pancreas surgical oncology, melanoma, primary liver tumor, and the sarcoma teams. She cares for patients with benign and malignant diseases of the stomach, liver, gallbladder and pancreas, and patients with skin and soft tissue malignancies. Mary Beth is an associate member of the Americas Hepato-Pancreato-Biliary Association and is involved in the Oncology Nursing Society. She has also organized a number of local events to raise funds for surgical outcomes research, and has been instrumental in the development of a number of funds designed to provide direct assistance to cancer patients.
UW Health Clinics
UW School of Medicine and Public Health
|Department of Surgery|
Professional Certifications and Education
Acute Care Nurse Practicioner (ACNP)
Alverno College, Milwaukee, WI
University of Wisconsin - Madison, Madison, WI
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Mary Beth assists principal investigators in several clinical trials focusing on the treatment of metastatic melanoma and hepatobiliary/pancreas cancers.