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The Queen’s Neuroscience Institute
Staff Profiles—Eliza C. Hagen, MD

Eliza C. Hagen, MD


Neuroscience Institute

  • Board-Certified in Neurology
  • Board-Certified in Clinical Neurophysiology
  • Epilepsy Fellowship, Medical College of Wisconsin and Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin
  • Clinical Neurophysiology Fellowship, Medical College of Wisconsin
  • Neurology Residency, Medical College of Wisconsin


Dr. Eliza Hagen focuses on the diagnosis and treatment of patients with seizures and epilepsy, including dietary treatment, surgical and neurostimulation therapies. She is an attending physician in the Epilepsy Monitoring Unit. Specific interests include the modified Atkins diet and the ketogenic diet for adults as the Program Coordinator for the Adult Epilepsy Diet Center. Additional interests include continuous electroencephalography in the intensive care unit, epilepsy in women (including considerations during pregnancy).



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Staff Profiles—Natalie Morgan-Romain, APRN

Natalie Morgan-Romain, APRN

Board Certified, Registered Nurse

  • Board Certified, Family Nurse Practitioner, American Nurses Credentialing Center
  • Master’s of Science in Nursing, Family Practice – University of Hawaii, 2011
  • Bachelor’s of Science in Nursing – Hawaii Pacific University, 2001
  • Certified Neuroscience Nurse – American Association of Neuroscience Nurses, 2006-current


Natalie Morgan-Romain is a Family Nurse Practitioner and works as an independent provider and program coordinator in the Epilepsy Center. She began her nursing career at The Queen’s Medical Center, 2002, working as a neuroscience medical-surgical nurse. She has specialized in epilepsy since 2007. Natalie served as Secretary for the Epilepsy Foundation of Hawaii from 2007-2015 and continues as a presenter for this organization.


Natalie enjoys working with patients, families and communities to improve upon epilepsy awareness and independence. She is dedicated to improving patient’s knowledge of their disease, participation in the care they receive, and ability to manage burdens epilepsy may cause.


Natalie grew up in Bakersfield, California and moved to Hawaii in 1995. She enjoys spending time with her husband, son and step-daughter. In her free time, she loves to do anything outside, including hiking with her dog and swimming or snorkeling in the ocean.



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Cancer Services
Oncology Data Registry

Queen’s has a nationally recognized, Commission-on-Cancer-approved, comprehensive Cancer Program in the prestigious “Teaching Hospital” category. The Oncology Data Registry represents an integral component of this program. The registry is used to monitor cancer treatment and cancer survival rates in order to, among other things, ensure that cancer outcomes for Queen’s patients continue to meet or exceed national and regional benchmarks. They do!

The Queen’s Oncology Data Registry participates with the Hawai’i State Tumor Registry and adheres to all legislative and legal standards relating to registry operations, particularly those relating to patient confidentiality.

The Queen’s Oncology Data Registry, 40 years old this year, currently has approximately 42,000 cases in its database.

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Cancer Services
Inpatient Oncology

Queen Emma Tower 7 Ewa
Queen Emma Tower 7 Ewa is a 24-bed medical oncology unit. There are two shielded rooms for the radiation patients and two negative pressure rooms for isolation. This is a dedicated unit focusing on the care of the oncology patient. Patients are served by an expert oncology team,
consisting of primary nurse, nurse manager, case manager, dietitian, and social worker.

Staff nurses on QET 7 Ewa goes through an extensive ongoing education process in addition to their usual nursing training. Additionally, a number of the nursing staff on this unit hold the prestigious (national) OCN certification.

Queen Emma Tower 7 Diamond Head
Six of the beds are designated as Bone Marrow Transplant (BMT) beds. All six rooms have telemetry monitoring capabilities. All have HEPA-filtered air conditioning. All staff caring for the BMT patients have successfully completed specialized, supplemental training in Autologous Bone Marrow Transplant (ABMT). This unit is also available for use by leukemia patients requiring intensive care and patients requiring sophisticated cardiac monitoring.

In addition to the 6 BMT beds, 18 beds are designated for general medical oncology patients. All nursing staff caring for these patients are chemotherapy certified and have completed supplemental Queen’s courses in addition to their usual nursing training. Of the 21 Registered Nurses staffing the Tower 7 Diamond Head unit. Twelve of the 21 RN’s have greater than five years experience. Two RN’s hold the prestigious (National) ONS certification.

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Cancer Services
Cancer Prevention and Screening

Colorectal Cancer Screening – offered continuously throughout the year. Call 808.537.7353 for information and to arrange an appointment.

General Wellness Examination and Cancer Screening – offered throughout the year through the Queen Emma Clinic (808.547.4970), and by appointment, through the Queen’s Outpatient Center (808.691.5494).

Skin Cancer Screening – the Queen’s Cancer Institute and Queen’s
physicians participate in annual programs spearheaded by community
partners such as the Hawai’i Dermatology Society. Call 808.537.7353 for
information concerning planned future events.

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8:00am to 4:30pm





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