Sadie Blackhall grew up in the outskirts of Chicago. A graduate of the University of Illinois, Sadie earned her master’s of medicine in physician assistant studies from Midwestern University in 2010.
After graduating, Sadie worked as a physician assistant with pulmonary and critical care patients in Chicago. She began working with cancer patients in 2011 at a gynecologic oncology practice in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. She joined Oregon Oncology Specialists in 2015 and maintains her membership in the Association of Physician Assistants in Oncology.
She’s married to a physician and they have one very fat, spoiled cat. Her passion for science and history has moved her to become the board chair of the Gilbert House Children’s Museum. In her extra time she reads, hikes and spends time with lots of friends.