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Unit Profile - Comprehensive Cancer Center
Nurse Manager
Nurse SupervisorAdult and Pediatric
BMT, Pediatric
ECP, Skills Lab, B-1
Nurse SupervisorInfusion
NP Supervisor
PA Supervisor
MA Supervisor
Clinical Nurse
Educational Nurse
Nurse ManagerResearch
Brief Description of
the Unit
Common Medications
(Categories of Drugs)
Louise Salamin
764-3209 / Pager 30645
Shelli Anuszkiewicz
232-8769 / Pager 5559
Carol McMahon
936-5396 / Pager 31025
Lita (Gloria) Smith
Krisinda Palazzolo
Felicia Hurst
Jody Giannotti
Missy Mazur
Ann Cornicelli
647-5642 / Pager 12727
232-1861 / Pager 13155
647-8518 / Pager 33016
232-4930 / Pager 4122
764-7463 / Pager 33657
615-8229 / Pager 30187
The Cancer Center has clinics, infusion areas, and procedural units for the
treatment of adult and pediatric cancer patients.
1. Chemotherapy
2. Biotherapy
3. Hormonal therapy
4. Antiemetic
5. Various drug categories to manage potential hypersensitivity reactions
6. Various drug categories for pain management
Common Patient
Common Unit
Common Medical
Common Precautions
and Safety Measures
1. Chemotherapy administration via IV, intrathecal, venous access device, and
2. Blood product transfusions
3. Injections
4. Patient assessments via physician/extender/nurse/telephone triage
5. Photopheresis
6. Bone marrow transplant
7. Bone marrow aspiration/biopsy
1. Rounding Standards
2. Communication Standards (i.e. SBAR)
3. Shift to Shift Rituals
4. Process and Contacts for calling a Patient Care Conference
1. Leukemia/lymphoma/multiple myeloma
2. Gynecologic cancers
3. Endo/adrenal cancers
4. Urologic cancers
5. Head and neck cancers
6. Pancreatic cancer
7. Liver cancer
8. Breast cancer
9. Lung cancer
10. Neurologic cancer
11. Sarcoma
1. Safe handling of antineoplastics
2. Fall precautions
3. Infection control for vulnerable patient population (immunocompromised
4. Patient identification, confidentiality