Cancer Center Goes Pink in October

The staff from the Shore Regional Cancer Center has gone “pink” for Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Throughout the month of October, the Shore Regional Cancer Center, located at 501 Idlewild Avenue, has outfitted all of its external lighting with pink colored gels over its lights, creating a pink hue from the building. Staff also adorned the outside of the building with pink ribbons.

As part of their ongoing efforts to increase awareness about breast cancer, the Maryland Affiliate of Susan G. Komen for the Cure® has set up a website – – to highlight communities and landmarks that have “gone pink” for the month.  To learn more about Shore Health System’s cancer services, please visit

In photo:  Staff from the Shore Regional Cancer Center have gone “pink” for Breast Cancer Awareness Month in October. Front row from left are Margot Spies, BSN, RN, OCN, Nurse Navigator; Kathy Hurley, RN, OCN, Clinical Coordinator; Debbie Hood, Secretary/receptionist; Dorney Brown, Clinical Research Assistant; Sharon Richter, BSN, RN, CCRC, Clinical Research Nurse; Shannon Seek, RN, OCN; Kim Wienhold, RN, OCN; Teri Dulin,  Secretary and Amye Foxwell, Administrative Assistant. Back row from left are Rebecca Joy, Access Representative; June Purnell, Access Representative; Robin Wooten, RN; Robin Ford, MS, RN, OCN; Brian Leutner, MBA, Director of SHS Oncology Services; Jeanie Scott, Tumor Registrar and Susan Breeding, RN, OCN.