Hannah attended Medical University of South Carolina where she earned a BSN before earning an MSN as an Adult Nurse Practitioner from Barnes Jewish College, Goldfarb School of Nursing, St. Louis, MO.
She is ANCC board certified and experienced in primary care and cancer care environments.
Besides the experience she gained through years of training, Hannah’s personal experiences brings compassion to her work.
“I’ve had several family members diagnosed with cancer and as a result have felt drawn to this career field. While I was in nursing school I completed a nursing externship on the Bone Marrow Transplant floor.
During my time there, I learned how thoughtful and caring the physicians, nurses, medical assistants and staff who work in oncology are. I wanted to work with people like that.”
Once Hannah arrived at South County Health, she immediately felt as if she was part of something unique. An organization that puts the patient first mirrored her own philosophy of care.
“We are here to guide people through some of the most difficult times in their lives. My job is to give them the information they need to make the best decisions.”
About the South County Health Cancer Center
The South County Health Cancer Center, located at South County Hospital, brings together expert physicians, clinicians, and medical technicians from a variety of disciplines, using some of the most advanced medical and technological capabilities available to ensure that patients receive a personalized continuum of care from diagnosis through rehabilitation.
For more information visit the South County Health Cancer Center website or call 401-783-6670.