breast health navigator

 
A special part of the St. Francis Breast Health Center are our Breast Health Navigators, who are available at no cost to patients who have results that come back indicating cancer, as well as those that are abnormal but non-cancerous. She offers emotional support and education to ensure our patients know all of their options and understand exactly what to expect during their testing and treatment.

For women who are diagnosed with breast cancer, the options, procedures, timelines and appointments can seem confusing and overwhelming. Our navigators:
  • Arrange and coordinates appointments for physician office visits, diagnostic testing, and surgery
  • Ensure that our patients understand what is happening and why
  • Coordinate referrals to community resources, such as support groups, social services and financial aid

 

Our Breast Health Navigators are consistent points of contact for questions, emotional support, and referrals. They can help you work through the emotional issues intertwined with difficult treatment decisions by listening, talking, and putting you in touch with people who understand and know how to help.

St. Francis offers the services of our Breast Health Navigators at no cost to any woman who is a patient of the St. Francis Breast Health Center. Outside referrals to St. Francis services from physician offices and hospital staff are also accepted.

meet our navigators


Becky Hill, RT(R)(CT)(M), CBPN-IC, has more than 22 years of experience in healthcare and holds a degree from Anderson Memorial School of Radiological Technology as well as certifications in Mammography and CT. Click the image at the left to learn more about Becky and the Pearlie Harris Breast Health Center.
 
 
 
 
 
 
Debbie Landreth, RN, has worked in nursing for more than 25 years and has been with St. Francis since 1989. She worked in the St. Francis Outpatient Infusion Center for 23 years before joining the Breast Health team as a Breast Health Navigator in 2012. Debbie says, "It is a joy for me to provide the link of communication and education for my patients that are scheduled for procedures and those that receive a diagnosis that requires them to proceed with a surgical consult due to both benign and cancerous conditions. I like being able to follow up with patients and know how they are doing down the road." Debbie can be reached at 864-675-4842.

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