Announcing the Natosha Lynne Morton Scholarship Winner
NCBC is Proud to Announce
the Natosha Lynne Morton Scholarship Winner to Lindsay Vlaminck
This year the National Consortium of Breast Centers announced the return of the Natosha Lynne Morton Memorial Scholarship
graciously funded by MagView®
This scholarship provides recognition to a deserving Breast Health professional who best exhibits character, compassion, and caring in conjunction with providing the best possible care to patients by paying their conference registration fee to attend the NCoBC 2019 Annual Interdisciplinary Breast Center Conference March 15-20, 2019 in Las Vegas, NV.
Ms. Morton was a lifelong supporter of Breast Cancer Detection. Under her leadership as Center Director at Houston Northwest Medical Center, the site became the first Certified Quality Breast Center of Excellence in the NCBC’s NQMBC Program. She was actively involved with numerous charities involving the detection, education, and treatment of breast cancer patients. After a long struggle, Mrs. Morton succumbed to the very disease she had so passionately fought against.
About Lindsey Vlaminck
Lindsay works at OSF Healthcare Breast Center of Peoria, IL and started in May 2017 is there to the present day.
She began her career as a labor and delivery nurse in 2006. After 4 years, She moved into the nurse manager role in OB and maintained that position until she was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2016 at the age of 33. After completing chemotherapy and surgery, She felt a strong desire to work with breast cancer patients and took her current position as a breast health navigator. “This is the perfect position for me, I love supporting my patients through active treatment and connecting with them on a personal and professional level.” says Vlaminck
Thank you to all who applied and know that you all are very important in helping patients during their journey.
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