Caroline Diane Segovia, FNP

Cancer Care, Hematology/Oncology, Medical Oncology

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Caroline Diane Segovia, FNP

About Caroline Diane Segovia, FNP

About Caroline D. Segovia, FNP-BC

Cancer Care

As an oncology nurse practitioner, Caroline doesn't just approach her practice with kindness but also empathy: she's been there. Her personal cancer experience inspired her to pursue a career in cancer care, and she believes in tending to patients' emotional and medical needs along the healing journey.

Before joining Riverside's Peninsula Cancer Institute, Caroline wore many hats as a floating medical-surgical and travel nurse. Certified by the American Nurses Credentialing Center and as a medical-surgical nurse, she has experience caring for patients in many settings — from oncology to orthopedics and neurology.

Caroline completed both her Bachelor's and Master of Sciences in nursing from Old Dominion University in Norfolk, where she earned several awards for academic excellence and community service. She also holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Central Michigan University.

Besides having a heart for her patients, Caroline is an animal lover. She volunteers with multiple animal rescue organizations and has three pets: two free-roam house rabbits and a "big friendly dog." She and her husband also have a toddler at home. They enjoy local hikes around the Nolan Trail or in Shenandoah and traveling internationally in their leisure time.


Medical: Old Dominion University

Board Certifications

American Nurses Credentialing Center - Nurse Practitioner - Family


Riverside Peninsula Cancer Institute and Infusion Center - Newport News

12100 Warwick Boulevard, 201-B, Newport News, VA 23601



Blog Articles

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