Susan Barnard, Chemotherapy Nurse, Office Manager
Susan joined Tallahassee Cancer Institute in January 2019. She is a Registered Nurse that strives to provide the highest quality of care while ensuring each patient is comfortable and well taken care of. The level of passion she exudes on a day to day basis is just a reminder to her that her calling to nursing was driven by a higher power. Susan is great at making sure patients are informed and up to date on their treatments, there is no question she will not find an answer to. She considers it an honor to get to know each of her patients on a personal level and wants nothing more than their time at the clinic to be comfortable and effective.
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Angela Vega, RN, CPC is a graduate of Tallahassee Community College where she obtained her nursing degree. She is also a Certified Professional Coder (CPC), and a member of the American Academy of Professional Coders (AAPC). Her extensive experience in coding for Oncology, along with her medical background and understanding of anatomy and physiology, brings a unique and valued perspective to our team.
Tiffany Williams, Medical Assistant
Tiffany Williams started her training at Tallahassee Cancer Institute as a student from Lively Technical College in the fall of 2014. While on her externship, she excelled beyond TCI expectations and earned the trust of our patients. She became part of the TCI team upon graduation in December 2014 with her RMA degree. She believes that every patient deserves full compassionate attention and works hard to achieve that goal.
Lilibeth Battles, Receptionist
Lilibeth joined TCI in 2016. She has an AA in business management from Troy State University. She enjoys her work by interacting with patients and being the office manager assistant. She excels in the role of frontline receptionist handling multiple functions including customer queries, administrative tasks and information monitoring. Her favorite saying: “It’s better to light one candle than to curse the darkness.”