Tracie Gadler is a Robotic Surgical Services Nurse Practitioner at Scripps Mercy Hospital and an adjuvant faculty member at Georgetown University. Mrs. Gadler has been employed with Scripps Health since 2003 and has served in several different capacities. For the past 7 years she has had the pleasure of working with urologic cancer patients within the robotics program. Tracie was awarded the Working Mother of the Year for Scripps Health in 2014.
Besides working full time Mrs. Gadler is also a full time doctoral student at Duke University and has been awarded scholarships from the American Cancer Society, Scripps Health, Cancer for College, and the Kneedler school endowment through Duke University. She is a member of the Sigma Theta Tau Nursing Honors society.
Mrs. Gadler is a longtime community volunteer. She co-founded and runs the Kenneth Patterson Bladder Cancer Support group. She has also spent over 12 years volunteering for the American Cancer Society. She is active in the free prostate cancer screening performed annually through Scripps Health.
Mrs. Gadler resides in La Mesa, California with her husband Stephen, and her two children Grace (10) and Blake (4).