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McKesson Specialty Care Solutions | US Oncology Honors Five Exceptional Oncology Nurses for Outstanding Work
Date:6/22/2011

THE WOODLANDS, Texas, June 22, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Five exceptional oncology nurses out of nearly 2,400 nationwide were recognized by McKesson Specialty Care Solutions | US Oncology for their dedication to their profession and their passion for their patients. The Excellence in Oncology Nursing Award honors those nurses in the United Network of US Oncology who exemplify competency, courage and determination in providing the highest quality oncology nursing care to patients and their families.

"All five honorees embody the principles of professional nursing and the high standards of the Oncology Nursing Society," said Sandy Smith, RN, MSN, AOCN®, director of Clinical Services, McKesson Specialty Care Solutions | US Oncology. "The recipients of this award are exemplary nurses who serve as a source of strength and support for others, demonstrate leadership, and seek to improve the quality of life for those affected by cancer. We at McKesson Specialty Care Solutions | US Oncology take pride in recognizing such phenomenal healthcare professionals."

McKesson Specialty Care Solutions | US Oncology empowers the community patient care delivery system to advance the science, technology and quality of care. Quality nursing in the United Network of US Oncology is a key factor in the drive for providing quality care and improving the overall patient experience.

"I am impressed at the high-caliber nurses involved in the United Network of US Oncology," said Bruce Broussard, CEO, US Oncology, "Their passion for and commitment to their patients are obvious in their work and something to be extremely proud of. These nurses deserve this recognition, and I know they will keep up t
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