Meet Natalie, Your Case Manager

Alnylam Assist™ provides a dedicated Case Manager to guide and support each patient throughout the 
treatment journey with one-on-one interaction. 

Learn more about Natalie by watching the video below and see how a Case Manager can support you.

Meet Your Case Manager

Natalie At-A-Glance

Case Manager Natalie

My Experience

With a background in hospital case management, it was part of my job to provide education on patients benefits and various levels of care. As a Case Manager, I have used my knowledge to help patients and their families understand what steps are needed to pursue various levels of care.

My Inspiration

I wanted to be a part of an organization that puts patients first. Navigating healthcare can be confusing and overwhelming for both patients and their families. I wanted to be in a role where I can support patients through this process.

Why I Love What I Do

I love interacting with patients and healthcare providers. Helping patients access treatment is the most rewarding part of the job.

My Superpower


Favorite Things

I enjoy golfing, running, and traveling, and best of all spending time with my husband and two dogs.

I have hope for a brighter future for the patients I serve. This motivates me to provide the support they need.


Natalie, Case Manager

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Once you and your doctor decide to begin treatment with ONPATTRO, we'll work with your healthcare team to start the process.

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8am - 6pm ET

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What are the most important things I should know about ONPATTRO® (patisiran)?

ONPATTRO can cause:

Infusion-related reactions

ONPATTRO is given as a drip into a vein (called an “intravenous infusion”). Reactions to this infusion may happen during treatment with ONPATTRO. Before each infusion you will be given medicines that help to lower the chance of infusion-related reactions.

Tell your doctor or nurse right away if you experience any of the following signs of an infusion-related reaction during treatment:

Reddening of the face or body (flushing), skin warm
  Body aches or pain, including pain in the back, neck, or joints
  Feeling sick (nausea)
  Stomach pain
  Feeling short of breath, cough, or other breathing problems
  Chest discomfort or chest pain
  Feeling tired (fatigue)
  Rapid heart rate
  Facial swelling

If you have an infusion-related reaction, your doctor or nurse may slow down or stop your infusion, and you may need to take other medicines. When these reactions stop, or get better, your doctor or nurse may decide to start the infusion again.

Low Vitamin A levels

Treatment with ONPATTRO lowers the amount of vitamin A in your blood. Your doctor will tell you to take a vitamin A supplement every day. You should not take more than the amount of vitamin A recommended by your doctor.

Low vitamin A levels can affect vision. If you have problems with your vision (e.g., night blindness) while taking ONPATTRO, talk to your doctor. Your doctor may refer you to an eye specialist.

What are the common side effects of ONPATTRO?

The most common side effects of ONPATTRO are respiratory infections, such as colds, sinus infections, and nasal congestion, and infusion-related reactions. These are not all the possible side effects of ONPATTRO. Talk to your doctor about side effects that you experience. You are encouraged to report negative side effects of prescription drugs to the FDA. Visit, or call 1-800-FDA-1088.



ONPATTRO is a prescription medicine that treats the polyneuropathy caused by an illness called hereditary transthyretin-mediated amyloidosis (hATTR amyloidosis). ONPATTRO is used in adults only.

For additional information about ONPATTRO, please see the full Prescribing Information.