An Amazing Oncology Nurse and Role Model


Angela Joseph, RN, is compassionate to both patients with cancer and staffmembers.

Angela Joseph, RN, has been an amazing role model for me. She is caring and compassionate with her patients and staff. She has demonstrated a lot of patience and care.

If I had to choose a nurse other thanmyself to care for me or any of my family members, it would be her. I have only known her for a short period of time, but in this time I can say she is amazing.

Angela usually works in Forest Hills, however, she also floats to other locations. Whenever she returns and I am having trouble with the nucleus, she tries her best to help me.

Angela is the type of nurse we should all strive to be like: caring, compassionate and selfless. With her patients, she never gets angry. If the providers ask her for anything, I notice she never says no to anyone. We don’t often talk about how treating our peers is a big part of nursing.

We usually talk about patient care, but Angela not only communicates exceptionally with her patients but also her peers. Teamwork is a big part of working with this company, and I, for one, can say Angela is an asset and a great team player.

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