Breast Care Team

At Parkview, we’re leading the fight against breast cancer with a unique team approach. Our Breast Care Team includes a breast surgeon, breast-specific medical oncologist, nurse practitioners, nurse navigator and holistic care providers — all focused exclusively on breast cancer. Armed with the latest cancer-fighting expertise, technology and clinical research trials, our collaborative approach puts you at the center.

Patient-centered Care

Our goal is to provide the greatest level of service, from prevention, screening and education, to diagnosing, staging, treatment, follow-up and survivorship.

Our unique approach puts you at the center of care. Patient appointments are scheduled so that you’ll visit with multiple physicians on the same day. This approach maximizes the efficiency of your appointment times and minimizes the disruption to your life. Of course, your patient navigator is always a phone call or email away. 

Breast Care Team - Nurse Navigator

The nurse navigator ensures that each patient experience remains a central focus. A novel approach to personalized medicine, the nurse navigator is your single point of contact with the Parkview Cancer Institute.

Our specialized nurse navigators facilitate the day-to-day aspects of care in the outpatient setting as a patient moves through their cancer journey. Patients will have someone to guide them each step of the way. 

If you’d like to speak to our breast care team patient navigator, we encourage you to contact her.

Amanda Turner, RN, BSN

Breast Care Team - Patient Navigator

amanda.turner@parkview.com

(260) 266-9100

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Clinical Trials

Clinical trials advance the future of healthcare by expanding medical knowledge related to breast cancer. Our expert physicians have access to ground-breaking cancer care, offering our patients the most advance treatments and technology available today.

In addition, Parkview Cancer Institute has the region’s most available clinical trials. To learn more about clinical trials, click here. To learn about currently available trials, click here.

Cancer-related genetic counseling

While most cancers are not hereditary, some families can have an increased risk for certain cancers, such as hereditary breast and ovarian cancer (HBOC). Our board-certified genetic counselors can help answer your questions about genetic testing. Find out if genetic testing is right for you.

Breast Survivorship Clinic

The Breast Survivorship Clinic is part of the cancer care team and is staffed with a survivorship advanced practice provider that specializes in the care of the cancer patient that has completed treatment. To learn more, click here.
 

 

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