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DeVore Receives First Cavalier Appreciation Award

Jamie DeVore

Aug 29, 2013

Charlottesville, Va. - This season, outstanding University of Virginia faculty and staff members will be recognized for their achievement with the Cavalier Appreciation Award. At Saturday's home football game against BYU, Jamie DeVore, manager of radiation oncology will be honored.

In May DeVore was the recipient of the 2013 Leonard W. Sandridge Outstanding Contribution Awards, the highest UVa honor staff receive for their dedicated service to the University.

Since 2005, DeVore has worked in the Department of Radiation Oncology in the UVa School of Medicine as administrative manager and as executive secretary to the department's chair.

DeVore consistently strives to find ways to increase revenue, cut costs and improve quality and patient care.

In 2012, she streamlined billing processes as one of her primary goals. DeVore also serves as the human resources manager for the department and coordinates all recruitment and personnel searches. She directly supervises six employees and serves as a role model to her colleagues.




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