Dr. James Grichnik, M.D., Ph. D.
Dr. James Grichnik, an international expert on the diagnosis and treatment of melanoma, is the Medical Director for the Scully-Welsh Cancer Center. Dr. Grichnik brings extensive knowledge in cancer research and his background includes personalized patient care and the use of genetics and genomics, playing a role in the use of innovative technologies to detect and treat cancer at the earliest, most curable stages. He has directed melanoma programs at the University of Miami and Duke University Medical Center in Durham, North Carolina. Dr. Grichnik’s experience is critical in Indian River County, where cancer is the leading cause of death and melanoma is one of the fastest growing cancers.
Lori McCormick, BSN, MSHSA
Lori McCormick serves as the administrative director of Oncology Services for the Scully-Welsh Cancer Center. Lori was the Patient Care Administrator at M.D. Anderson Cancer Center in Orlando prior to joining Indian River Medical Center in June of 2014. Lori received her Bachelor of Science degree in nursing from Florida Southern College in Lakeland and her Master of Science degree in healthcare services administration from the University of St. Francis in Joliet, IL.
Michelle Bollinger, MSHRM, SPHR, SCP
Michelle Bollinger serves as the Cancer Care Services Coordinator for the Scully-Welsh Cancer Center. Michelle was the Director of Human Resources at Indian River Medical Center prior to joining the Scully-Welsh Cancer Center. Michelle received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Education from Saint Leo University in Saint Leo, FL, and her Master of Science degree in Human Resource Management from Nova Southeastern University in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida.
Aprill Baker, RN, BSN, OCN, CRNI
Aprill Baker is the Oncology Manager of the Baldwin Infusion Center at the Scully-Welsh Cancer Center and for the inpatient oncology unit on the 5th floor of Indian River Medical Center. Prior to working at IRMC, Aprill was the primary chemotherapy nurse at Drs. Scott, Weeks and McGarry’s oncology practice. Aprill received her Bachelor of Science degree from Indian River State College and holds national certifications in Intravenous Therapy and Oncology Nursing.
Dustin Boring, RTT
Dustin Boring serves as the Manager of Radiation Oncology and Oncology Physician Practices for the Scully-Welsh Cancer Center. Dustin has been with the oncology program since 2004 and has experience as a Radiation Therapist and Dosimetrist. Dustin received his degree in Radiation Therapy from the Community College of Baltimore County and completed his clinical rotations at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore.
Monica Richardson, BSN, RN, CCRP
Monica Richardson is the Clinical Research Nurse Coordinator at the Scully-Welsh Cancer Center. Monica has many years of clinical research experience, including five years in Cardiovascular Research and over nine years in Oncology Research. Prior to joining the Scully-Welsh Cancer Center, Monica was the Clinical Research Supervisor and managed the Clinical Research Department at Easton Hospital (an affiliate of the Thomas Jefferson University Hospital), Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center and was affiliated with the Fox Chase Cancer Center in Philadelphia. Monica received her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Cedar Crest College in Allentown, PA and is certified as a Clinical Research Professional from the Society of Clinical Research Associates.
Angela Dickens provides Marketing, Public Relations & Branding expertise for the Scully-Welsh Cancer Center. Previously, Angela was the Director of Marketing and Community Relations at a hospital in Sebastian, Florida as well as two hospitals in New England, bringing over twenty years of healthcare marketing experience to her role at the cancer center. Angela earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Journalism & Communications from the University of Maine and has received several awards from national organizations for her excellence in marketing communications.
R. Scott Duncan
R. Scott Duncan is the John W. Scully Volunteer Coordinator at the Scully-Welsh Cancer Center. Prior to joining the oncology team, he spent over sixteen years in the volunteer sector as Program Manager and Volunteer Coordinator for the Salvation Army in Glendale and Long Beach, California. Programs and projects in his oversight included Meals on Wheels, The Lord’s Kitchen and Food Pantry, Homeless Shelter, Boy Scouts – Scouting for Food, and the U. S. Postal Service Food Drive. He also has volunteered for the Special Olympics for over 15 years. Scott studied at Wichita State University, Wichita Area Technical College and Full Sail University.