Natalie Riotto, PA-C
"Patients and families going through a transplant may experience challenging times, physically and emotionally; it’s a privilege to help guide them through their care."
I am a board-certified physician assistant who specializes in caring for children and young adults who have undergone blood or bone marrow transplantation (also known as stem cell transplantation). I see patients at Seattle Children’s and SCCA’s outpatient clinic. I enjoy being part of a multidisciplinary team with a shared purpose: supporting patients and families as they navigate the transplant process. The young people I work with continue to amaze me with their ability to cope, adapt and recover. There is nothing more thrilling than seeing patients I’ve treated accomplish milestones — toddlers who are finally able to eat on their own, teenagers who graduate from high school or young adults graduating from college and getting married.
- Board Certification(s)
PA-C Physician Assistant
- Medical/Professional School
Physician Assistant, Loma Linda University School of Allied Health Professionals, Loma Linda
- Clinical Interests
Acute graft-versus-host disease management, high risk leukemia