Nursing Staff

Nursing Staff Group Photo

Nursing Management

Unit 41, 42 & Infusion Room

Throughout your child’s therapy, they may require multiple infusions. An infusion is one way to give therapies when a child needs to receive them through an IV (intravenously). The therapy may be blood products such as a transfusion of red blood cells or platelets; chemotherapy to treat cancer; biotherapies; immunoglobulin; antibiotics or medicines for other conditions.

Our Infusion Room is staffed with pediatric nurses specialized in giving these infusions. They are all certified in giving chemotherapy and biotherapies. Our nurses are caring and dedicated to providing your child with the best care possible.

Sickle Cell Disease and Hemophilia

The Pediatric Sickle Cell Disease and Hemophilia Programs at Shands Hospital incorporate a broad range of services for our patients. We are dedicated to providing your child with the most comprehensive care possible.

Anne Dove

Anne Dove RN

Registered Nurse Specialist; Cell Disease And Hemophilia Coordinator
Phone: (352) 273-9120

Bone Marrow Transplant

Natalie M Dotson

Coord Bone Marrow Trans

Solid Tumor Program

Stacy Zarecki

Licensed Practical Nurse