Victoria Kyriakou has over 30 years of nursing experience in a wide breadth of clinical fields, including hematology & oncology, orthopedics, and inpatient hospital medicine. She is an experienced infusion nurse with hematology/oncology certification and recently completed her Certified Registered Nurse Infusion (CRNI), which as per the Infusion Nurses Society is,
“an exceptional nurse determined to push him or herself to be ahead of the curve and on top of the newest developments in the infusion nursing field in order to ensure the best possible patient care.The CRNI is exposed to the newest advances and latest developments, technologies, and techniques within the infusion nursing specialty.”
Hailing from Long Island, Victoria completed her bachelor’s of science at Hunter Bellevue School of Nursing, moving on to NYU where she served as an RN for 10 years, received her nurse practitioner’s training to become NYU’s first NP, and ultimately rose to the senior nursing leadership during her tenure there.
Victoria is a member of the adjunct faculty NYU College of Nursing and Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center where she teaches leadership and management to senior nursing students in their last semester of before graduation. She is a strong advocate for her patients and derives great fulfillment in helping individuals chronic illnesses from all walks of life experience undergo their care with dignity, care, compassion and comfort.
Victoria is an avid music fan, and she enjoys spending her spare time with her family at concerts and the beach.