Kristen Holland started as an RN within a skilled nursing facility. She then worked for two years within a Medical-Surgical/Telemetry unit followed by six years within a progressive care (IMCU) unit. She now practices as a Wound Ostomy Nurse within the Memorial Hermann Northeast Wound Clinic. Kristen was introduced to ostomy and wound care while working in the skilled nursing facility. While at this facility, she worked primarily in the long term resident wing. This experience led to a passion for ostomy and wound care that has followed her through every position, in every department and hospital she’s been employed at. This passion steered her towards obtaining her certification as a Certified Wound Ostomy Nurse in 2021.
Becoming a cancer survivor is a major event in the cancer journey. Memorial Hermann offers resources and education to individuals in all stages of the cancer journey. We invite patients, caregivers, and loved ones to learn at our classes led by cancer specialists who will guide you through topics including post-treatment rehabilitation and reconditioning, the importance of good nutrition and exercise after cancer treatment, as well as mental, emotional, spiritual health, and more!
You can rest assured that the Memorial Hermann cancer team is here for you every step of the way, long after you’ve finished your treatment. At Memorial Hermann, you will never face cancer or cancer survivorship alone._