Oncology Nursing Month 2014

This May is Oncology Nursing Month and a chance to recognize the outstanding contributions of our oncology nurses.

Oncology nurses are there for our patients through one of the most challenging times of their lives. They help patients and their loved ones by caring, teaching, listening, and simply being present. Take some time this month to recognize the hard work they do each and every day. They deserve it!

Please help us recognize the following oncology nurses of Coastal Cancer Center:

Angie Cousino, RN, OCN

Anne Watson, RN, OCN

Michelle Reeves, RN, OCN

Lisa Brown, RN, OCN

Rose Tooker, RN, OCN

Amanda Harper, RN, OCN

Sarah Monahan, RN, OCN

Janice Meininger, RN, OCN

Kristina Blackburn, RN, OCN

Joe Klemen, RN

Lori Cotten, RN, OCN

Nicole Payne, RN

Cally Meyers, RN

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