Your Care Team Find a Location Find a Doctor Women's Health Breast Health Mammogram Your Care Team Boutique Heart Health Maternity Health Pelvic Floor Health Bone Health Bone Density Testing OB/GYN Health Patient Success Stories Your Breast Health Team At the St. Elizabeth Breast Center, your care team includes an entire system of specialists to support you through diagnosis and treatment. We offer personalized assistance to help coordinate care, so you can focus on healing. Your breast care team meets weekly to discuss your condition and design care that meets your unique needs. We’re always here to answer questions, support you and your family members, and offer information and resources to assist you every step of the way. Members of Your Care Team We design care around you, so your care team may include some or all of the members of our breast care team. Primary Care Provider (PCP) Your primary care provider is the link between you and your specialists, whether you have a breast health concern, abnormal breast exam or abnormal mammogram. Surgeon If you’re undergoing a breast biopsy or other breast surgery, your surgeon will discuss breast cancer treatment options with you and may refer you to other members of your care team, including cancer care specialists. Surgeons specialize in surgically removing cancerous breast tissue using a lumpectomy (removal of the lump) or mastectomy (removal of the entire breast), and performing sentinel node biopsies (to check for the spread of cancer). Nurse Navigators Our nurse navigator team is trained in every aspect of emotional support, care coordination and education to help you on your journey to wellness. Mammography Technologist Your technologist is specially trained to perform both screening and diagnostic mammograms gently and safely. Radiologist All our radiologists are board-certified, and specialize in performing imaging exams and reading the results, including mammograms, ultrasounds, MRIs and other diagnostic exams. Pathologist Pathologists are doctors who specialize in diagnosis. Tissue samples taken during a biopsy or surgical procedure are examined under a microscope to check for disease. Your doctors work with pathologists to diagnose and evaluate the seriousness of your condition. Medical Oncologist Your medical oncologist specializes in medicines that treat cancer, such as chemotherapy and hormone therapy (medicines that block hormones that stimulate cancer growth). Radiation Oncologist Your radiation oncologist provides radiation and nuclear medicine therapies to treat breast cancer, including advanced, highly precise treatment using our linear accelerator. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon If you’re able to have reconstructive surgery, your surgeon can rebuild your breast after a mastectomy. Your surgeon will educate you about your eligibility and the different techniques. Dietitian Our registered dietitians are trained in nutrition and diet to support your breast health. Your dietitian can help with menu planning and weight management, and can educate you about healing foods, vitamins, minerals and supplements. Social Worker Our licensed, certified social workers offer individual counseling to help you cope with your diagnosis and treatment. Your social worker will also refer you to community resources for both you and your family. Image Consultant Breast cancer treatment can change how you look and feel. Our image specialists offer private consultations to help you with wigs and prostheses. Physical Therapist Your physical therapist can help you with mobility and function after surgery or treatment, and offer guidance to help prevent complications after surgery. Genetic Counselor Your doctor may recommend you meet with one of our genetic counselors to learn how your family history affects your health and your children’s health. Financial Counselor Your financial counselor can answer your finance and insurance-related questions and help you complete paperwork. Meet Our Surgeons Patricia Abello, MD Michael Guenther, MD Heidi Murley, MD Talk to a Nurse Navigator Questions? We've got answers. Our Nurse Navigators are here to help. Call (859) 212-5901.