Christina Feggans-Langston—the Westhaven Nursing Clinic community health nurse and a clinical instructor at the School of Nursing—has worked at UVA Health since 2013 across a diversity of roles, including as a certified medical assistant and transplant coordinator assistant in UVA’s transplant clinic, as an RN on the dementia unit and in ambulatory care, and, most recently as a clinician II for patients with Hepatitis C who receive care at UVA’s Infectious Disease and Traveler’s Clinics. 

Feggans-Langston, who was born and raised in Charlottesville, has long been connected to the Westhaven community as a nearby resident, a long-time clinic volunteer, with the late Holly Edwards, and a collaborator on Charlottesville’s City of Promise initiative.

Currently enrolled in Mary Baldwin University’s DNP program, Feggans-Langston earned an associate’s degree in nursing from Piedmont Virginia Community College, a BSN and an MSN from Mary Baldwin University’s nursing program, and is a member of the International Transplant Nurses Society.