As a radiation therapist who splits her time between oncology and general practice at Ivinson Hospital in Laramie, Kristin Knott understands the value of spending time with her patients and getting to know them. During her general radiation therapy sessions, she will see a patient for one appointment and then never hear from them again. Her oncology patients, on the other hand, develop a relationship with her. Her patients appreciate that Kristin will be taking care of them typically for 6 to 8 weeks of treatment, and with her passion for treating cancer and her patients, they can expect a warm and compassionate experience. They’ll joke together, talk about their own hobbies or Kristin’s love for riding horses. This connection enables Kristin to provide the most comfortable experience possible, even during the difficult time of cancer treatment.