At the Breast Center, we know that if there’s ever a time you need a little extra care, it’s when you’ve received a diagnosis of breast cancer. That’s why we offer our patients their own Personal Navigator – a compassionate
professional who is knowledgeable about every aspect of breast cancer care. Your Patient Navigator is with you every step of the way – from diagnosis to rec Patient navigators are here to help our patients, their families and caregivers maneuver
their healthcare journey and overcome medical care hurdles. Whether you just have a question or you’re looking for a second opinion, turn to our navigator for help. You don’t have to do it alone.
A patient navigator’s primary role is to nurture patient empowerment and provide information that enhances your ability to make appropriate health care choices with an enhanced assurance about risks, benefits and responsibilities. Throughout the
process, the Patient Navigator will provide individualized assistance as well as education and resources to facilitate informed decisions.
The patient navigator is a key player on your team, providing knowledgeable support, compassion and encouragement through every step of your journey.
Benefits of a Patient Navigator:
Guide you through the healthcare system
Provide information and education
Coordinate tests and services
Facilitate communication with your medical team
Help you track and get to appointments
Direct you to local resources and support
Answer questions about classes, seminars and support groups
Ensure that your questions and concerns on clinical issues are resolved
Advocate for you during every phase of treatment
Speak to an Oncology Patient Navigator
Congratulations on taking the first steps toward better health. Our navigator will get back with you within 24 – 48 hours unless you requested a specific time.
By submitting this form you agree to receive periodic health related information and updates. We welcome your comments, questions and suggestions. We cannot give you medical advice via e-mail. To discuss any medical symptoms or conditions contact your physician or other healthcare professional. In the case of a medical emergency, call 911 or go to the nearest emergency room immediately.