Green Bay Oncology Recognized as Unity Guardian Angel

Green Bay Oncology Recognized as Unity Guardian Angel

Unity, leaders in hospice and palliative care, announced on October 14th, 2013, the selection of Green Bay Oncology as the 2013 Unity Guardian Angel award winner for its contributions to the organization. Green Bay Oncology was honored during a recent presentaion to President, Dr. David Groteluschen and Chief Operating Officer, Jenifer Kolar.

“Green Bay Oncology is proud to accept the Guardian Angel award. End of life care for patients and their loved ones is an essential component of quality medical care. Throughout the years, Unity has and continues to provide exceptional hospice and palliative care in northeast Wisconsin. We greatly value our relationship with Unity, and look forward to continued collaboration in the service of our Community,” said Dr. David Groteluschen, President of Green Bay Oncology.

Each year, since 1997, Unity has recognized as Guardian Angels an individual or group of individuals who have supported Unity’s patients and families through collaboration, monetary donations or the gift of time, knowledge and skills.

“Green Bay Oncology has a long history as the region’s largest group of cancer specialists who bring the world’s latest treatments to their patients,” said Alisa Gerke, Unity’s Executive Director. “We are grateful to them for their expertise and willingness to collaborate for the best patient outcomes possible.”

Green Bay Oncology shares the distinction as a Unity Guardian Angel with other noted community members and organizations. Past honorees include:  Cellcom, Kay Ferguson, Paul Koch, MD; Sue and the late Michael Mietzel, Dr. Bill and Sandy Schneider, Bill and Marge Galvin, James McGovern, MD; Carol Bush, Cornerstone Foundation, AXA Advisors/Voyageur Group, Howard and the late DeLane Hansen, Rick and Ginny Baer, Jack and Engrid Meng, Elaine Le Duc, Merrill Lynch, and Schreiber Foods.

About Green Bay Oncology

Our mission at Green Bay Oncology is to provide the best oncology care in the Midwest.  By building empathetic, caring relationships, we will enhance the physical, psychological, and social well being of our patients, our employees and the community we serve.  We embrace even the most difficult of cases because we are determined to partner with patients and their families, our employees and the community, to relentlessly battle cancer.

About Unity

Unity is a not-for-profit provider of palliative, hospice care and grief support in 12 counties in Northeast Wisconsin and has offices in the Green Bay area, Marinette, Shawano and Sturgeon Bay. A continuation of the former Bellin Hospice program founded in 1977, Unity is a partnership of Bellin Health, St. Mary’s Hospital Medical Center and St. Vincent Hospital. Unity is a member of the National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization (NHPCO). For more information call (920) 338-1111 or visit