Cathy King

Name: Cathy King, Nursing Supervisor, RN

BS Nursing Clemson University 1981

Work History:

1981-1983 Greenville Health System Pediatric Unit (7E at Greenville General and 4C at Greenville Memorial)
1983-1986 Christie Pediatric Group
1986- present Pediatric Hematology Oncology Center

Professional Interests:

I enjoy the nursing students who pass thru the clinic. I remember being a student and they need to be welcomed to an unfamiliar place and treated with respect. I especially enjoy “lecturing” about pediatric hematology/oncology and sharing what I have learned thru the years.

Professional Memberships:

Children’s Oncology Group
Association of Pediatric Hematology Oncology Nurses
Certified Pediatric Hematology Oncology Nurse
Association of Pediatric Hematology Oncology Educational Specialist


Married Richard “Skip King” in 1980.

Brooke born in 1984 graduated from Anderson University in 2007 with BA in Interior Design;  married to Joseph King July 2009

Erin born in 1989, graduated from Clemson University in Elementary Education; married to  Eric Jackson in July 2013

Interests Outside of Work:

I love to be outside. I love the lake and spending the weekend boating and skiing on Lake Greenwood. My most favorite spot is my swing , which sits looking out over the lake at our family lake house. I love to work in the yard and will plant anything! I love to paint and help other people decorate their home. I took an interior design course and love decorating and re-arranging my home.

I enjoy walking and stamping and card making. I am a Stampin' Up! demonstrator and teach stamping and card making classes.

I love to travel and have a few places left on my list: Bermuda, Costa Rica and anywhere in the Mediterranean.

I have a kitty named Gracie who fights with me over MY chair!

Favorite Food:
I could be deserted on an island with cottage cheese, bananas, pineapple, cheese-its, pizza and hamburgers and I would be happy.

Favorite Movie:
Steel Magnolia’s with Julia Roberts and Sally Fields. Teaches you how to endure hardship and go on with your life after a loss.