Elizabeth F. Halton

Nurse Practitioner

Elizabeth F. Halton

Nurse Practitioner


I graduated from Columbia University in 1986 and began my career at Memorial Sloan Kettering working with thoracic oncology patients. It was here that I realized the uniqueness of the oncology patient population. I received the Memorial Sloan Kettering Excellence in Nursing Practice Award in 1990 as well as the Lane Adams Award for Nursing, and advanced to the role of clinical nurse specialist.

I transferred to the Adult Day Hospital in 1991, where I was responsible for the administration of chemotherapy and blood products, as well as for providing for the educational and emotional needs of patients with a wide variety of cancers and their families.

In 2000, upon receiving my nurse practitioner degree, I began working on the Leukemia and Lymphoma Services. My experience as a nurse practitioner has afforded me the opportunity to work closely with patients and their families in the management of hematologic malignancies, including leukemia, lymphoma, and multiple myeloma. I was privileged and humbled to receive the Wholeness of Life Award in 2010. The experience of interacting with patients through this challenging time continues to inspire me daily.

Clinical Expertise

Chemotherapy (Adult)
Leukemia (Adult)
Lymphoma (Adult)
Multiple Myeloma

Languages Spoken



ANP-BC (Acute Nurse Practitioner), American Nurses Credentialing Center
Advanced Oncology Certified Nurse Practitioner (AOCNP)
Chemotherapy Certified

Degrees and Licensures

Master of Science in Nursing (MSN), Stony Brook University School of Nursing
Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN), Columbia University
Nurse Practitioner (NP), Adult Health
Registered Professional Nurse (RN)