Nancy Gosserand has been named the director of Cancer Services. Formerly clinical practice manager, Medical Oncology, LLC, located within Mary Bird Perkins – Our Lady of the Lake Cancer Center, Gosserand is now responsible for the oversight of Cancer Services’ day-to-day operations.

“Nancy’s ability to practice servant leadership, as well as display a broad range of knowledge across all organizational aspects has always been a hallmark of her career,” said Camille Conaway, board of managers member, Cancer Services. “The organization is thrilled to welcome her aboard our team, as we know she will represent the organization with dedication and passion, always putting our clients first.”

In addition to her long-time involvement in the medical field, Gosserand has achieved many firsts and leadership opportunities in her career. She spearheaded the first customer service survey and training video for Our Lady of the Lake Physician Group, was responsible for the start-up of various clinics, accepted the role of the first hospital based clinic manager and was operations director of eight surgical clinics.

Employed by Our Lady of the Lake Physician group for more than 21 years, Gosserand was the 2017 recipient of the “Customer Service Award” by the Head and Neck Center, and she was the 2005 & 2010 recipient of the “Spirit Award” for employee satisfaction.

A native of Biloxi, Mississippi, Gosserand attended Southwestern Louisiana University.

Nancy Gosserand
Nancy Gosserand


About Cancer Services
Since 1959, Cancer Services has been improving life for those living with cancer by providing critical support to help families and individuals of all ages through the difficulties presented by a cancer diagnosis. Our goal is to provide therapeutic, free-of-charge support through counseling, support groups, exercise programs, adult and children’s programming as well as assistance in the form of nutritional supplements, emergency grants, wigs, medical equipment loans and more. In these ways and many more, we strive to serve the emotional, financial and physical needs of individuals and families living with, through and beyond cancer. Learn more at