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Faculty and Staff

Led by Adam B. Hill, MD, Division Chief, Pediatric Palliative Care, these are the faculty pediatricians and staff in this specialty area:
2914-Hill, Adam

Adam B. Hill, MD

Associate Professor of Clinical Pediatrics

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60783-Jacobs, Laurie

Laurie Jacobs, MD

Assistant Professor of Clinical Pediatrics

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Amy Haskamp has a Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing (1996) and a Master’s degree as a Pediatric Clinical Nurse Specialist. She is the Advanced Practice Nurse for the Pediatric Palliative Care Team (PACT) at Riley Hospital for Children. She has authored several publications related to pediatric oncology and palliative care. Ms. Haskamp also actively serves on several Association of Pediatric Hematology-Oncology (APHON) committees.

Amy Hatton, MSN, RN, CPNP, CHPPN

Amy Hatton has more than 25 years of experience caring for children with a wide array of medical conditions. She has a Master of Science in Nursing degree and is certified by the Pediatric Nursing Certification Board as a pediatric nurse practitioner. Ms. Hatton serves on the National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners (NAPNAP) Professional Issues Committee as well as the Pediatric Palliative Care SIG and has served on the Indiana chapter executive board.

Alisha Fuino, MSW, LCSW

Alisha Fuino is a Licensed Clinical Social worker and has a Masters of Social Work degree from Rutgers University School of Social. Over the past five years, Alisha has developed a deep passion for working with patients and families navigating a medical illness and the impact it has on the family unit. She most notably has worked with oncology patients both in the pediatric and adult spaces, including at the Mayo Clinic Arizona, which ultimately led her to her career in palliative care. Her scope of practice includes adjustment to illness, trauma-informed care and resiliency building, and grief and bereavement.

Ellen Mail, MSW, LICSW

Ellen Mail received her Masters of Social Work degree from Boston University School of Social Work. She has nearly five years of experience working with patients and families experiencing acute distress related to hospital admission, new diagnosis, and chronic illness management. Her areas of interest include trauma-informed care techniques, grief/bereavement, and end-of-life.