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OSC Staff Spotlight: Allison
Allison with her rescued kitten.

What is your name?
Allison, BSN, RN 

What is your role at OSC?
Infusion Nurse

What is your Educational Background?
I am a South Carolina native from Greenville, SC. I graduated from Clemson with my BSN and RN. “Go Tigers”! I came to Charlotte for a job in nursing at Novant. I started as a bedside nurse in the hematology and oncology units and also the stem cell transplant unit. I worked the nightshift and I would see Dr. Favaro come in the early morning to round his patients before I ended my work day. When Dr. Favaro asked me if I was interested in a dayshift oncology nursing position in the Infusion Suite, I thought this was a great change in my career route. And that is how I came to OSC, and the rest is history

What are your hobbies and interests?
Being outdoors, reading, rock climbing. I like to read sci-fi and fiction. One fun fact about me is that I like to keep greeting cards and reminisce as I thumb through them

What is your favorite season? Why?
Fall, the weather, decorations, I like pumpkins.

What is your favorite fruit?
Grapefruit, sometimes with a little sprinkle of sugar.

What travel destination do you have on your bucket list?
Italy and Iceland

If you could spend a day in someone else’s shoes, who would that be and why?
Hermione Granger in Harry Potter and would love to live in a magical world with spells and potions and spending the school year living in a magical school

What is your favorite singer?
Harry Styles

If you were to go to medical school and become a doctor, what type of medical doctor would you be?
Not surprising, but an oncologist! I think the up-and-coming research in cancer and blood treatments is interesting and exciting to be a part of. Also with oncology care, you get a strong patient connection

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