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Nakayae Norton, APRN

Specialty: Interventional Radiology


Cancer Focus: Liver Cancer

Nakayae Norton is a Doctorate Nurse Practitioner specializing in diagnostic imaging at Moffitt Cancer Center in the Department of Interventional Radiology where she has worked for the past 2 years. Nakayae comes with more than 20 years nursing experience, 8 of which as a Nurse Practitioner. Prior to Moffitt, she was a valued employee at Tampa General Hospital for 10 years where she worked in the Department of Neurosurgery. Nakayae completed her training at South University in Tampa earning her Master’s degree in Family Nursing Practice and at the University of South Alabama for her Doctorate degree in Family Practice. She is board certified by the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners and licensed by the state of Florida Board of Nursing. Nakayae was the lead researcher in developing standard practice to decrease DVTs in the Neurosurgical population with favorable results. Nakayae is a member of the Big Brothers Big Sisters organization where she mentors a high school student every month and plays an active role in the training and mentoring of advanced practice providers, physicians, residents, and students alike.

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