Tiffany Berry, M.D., discusses Norton Cancer Institute’s Breast Health Program, including its educational library, therapy services and patient navigator program. The Breast Health Program offers patients oncology-certified nurses to guide them through the steps for treatment and recovery. This streamlined process makes the Breast Health Program unique and valuable for patients who are going through an overwhelming and stressful time in their lives.
Danielle Casey, R.N., OCN, received her Associate of Science degree from Joliet Junior College in 1992 and her Bachelor of Science degree in nursing from the College of Saint Francis in 1994. Danielle has worked as an oncology nurse in a variety of settings since 1994 in the areas of inpatient and outpatient oncology, hospice, breast health, diagnostic imaging, surgery and education. Danielle has been an oncology-certified nurse (OCN) since 2006 and a certified breast care nurse (CBCN) through the Oncology Nursing Certification Corporation since 2009. Danielle has been with Norton Cancer Institute as a breast health patient navigator since January 2006.
Leesa Mattingly R.N., OCN, has been employed with Norton Healthcare for 23 years. Leesa received her associate degree in nursing from the University of Kentucky in 1989 and is pursuing a Bachelor of Science degree in nursing through Bellarmine University. Leesa has been a patient navigator for Norton Cancer Institute since 2007, specializing in breast cancer. Leesa has experience in surgical oncology, chemotherapy infusion, interventional radiology, breast diagnostics and education. Leesa works in the community educating women about cancer prevention, early detection and treatment, and is the facilitator for breast cancer support groups, including Young Survivors, whose members include breast cancer survivors age 40 and younger. Leesa has been an oncology-certified nurse (OCN) since 2007.
Carol Ranschaert, R.N., OCN, received her Associate of Science degree from the University of Kentucky in 1994 and is currently enrolled in the R.N. to BSN program at Bellarmine University. Carol has worked as a surgical nurse and as an oncology nurse in breast health and outpatient chemotherapy. Carol has been certified in perioperative nursing (CNOR) since 1999, and has been an oncology-certified nurse (OCN) since 2007 and a cancer exercise specialist since 2008.