Tracey Wilcox, R.N., an administrator with almost 30 years of oncology experience, has joined Beaufort Memorial Keyserling Cancer Center (KCC) as director of oncology services.
In addition to managing radiation oncology and infusion services, Wilcox will oversee clinical trials, patient navigation and the cancer registry, as well as work with the hospital to expand community awareness of its oncology program.
Wilcox began her career as an inpatient oncology nurse at CHRISTUS Spohn Hospital in Corpus Christi, Texas. Twelve years later, she took over as director of CHRISTUS Spohn’s outpatient cancer center, helping to develop the country’s first Outreach Stem Cell Transplant Program in association with the prestigious MD Anderson Cancer Center.
She joined the Mark H. Zangmeister Cancer Center in Columbus, Ohio, as clinical operations manager in 2005. Prior to relocating to the Lowcountry late last year, Wilcox had been site administrator and physician sales rep for Alliance Oncology Cyberknife Center in Columbus for nine years.
A Canadian native, she is a graduate of Loyalist College of Nursing in Belleville, Ontario, and holds a Bachelor of Science in health care administration from Franklin University in Columbus.
The Keyserling Cancer Center—a partnership that includes Beaufort Memorial, Alliance Oncology and the Medical University of South Carolina Health System (MUSC Health)—recently relocated from Port Royal to the main hospital campus at 989 Ribaut Road. For more information about KCC or the hospital’s oncology services, visit BeaufortMemorial.org or call 843-522-7800.