Posts Tagged: UPMC Presbyterian

Cancer & Compassion: Georgia, Lifelong Life Changer 

Cancer and Compassion - UPMC Lifelong Life Changer

By Georgia Colangelo, Senior Professional Staff Nurse II, BSN, Magee Women’s Hospital   My name is Georgia Colangelo, and I’m a UPMC Lifelong Life Changer.   My story begins 36 years ago, in 1982, when I was selected to work during the summer as a nurse intern in the Oncology Unit at UPMC Presbyterian. I was excited to learn,… Read more »

35 Years of Opportunity: Deborah, Lifelong Life Changer

35 Years of Opportunity: UPMC Lifelong Life Changer

By Deborah Malush, Manager: Radiation Oncology, Magee-Womens Hospital   My name is Deborah Malush, and I’m a UPMC Lifelong Life Changer.   I graduated from college when I was 19 years old and started my radiation therapist career at UPMC Presbyterian and Magee-Womens Hospital of UPMC. At that time, we rotated therapists between the two hospitals. After seven years, I was promoted to manager of the Radiation Oncology Department… Read more »

FOR MY IMPACT: Why I’m a Nurse at UPMC

14,000 nursing professionals have made UPMC their employer of choice—now it’s your turn to discover why! We’ll be sharing the stories of five UPMC nurses and why they chose to be part of UPMC’s mission to provide Life Changing Medicine to Pittsburgh and beyond. READ MORE STORIES —  “To do what nobody else will do, in a way that… Read more »