Women's Health Menu Bone Density Boutique Breast Cancer Clinical Trials High risk/genetics Survivorship CareGrams Care Team Certifications Community Partnerships Imaging Mammography Diagnostic Mammography Success Stories Your Care Team Your St. Elizabeth Breast Center Care Team At the St. Elizabeth Breast Center, your health and well-being are our top priority. We know that being diagnosed with breast cancer can be overwhelming. Our multidisciplinary healthcare team is here to provide expert, compassionate cancer care for each step of your journey. Your Care Team When you are a patient at the St. Elizabeth Breast Center, you are in the best possible hands. In addition to being a nationally certified and accredited facility, our Breast Care team consists of dynamic specialists in the breast cancer field, including: Genetic counselors Breast nurse navigators Medical oncology Pathology Plastic surgery Primary care physician Radiation oncology Radiology Research coordinators Social services as needed Surgeons Our specialists come to the St. Elizabeth Breast Center with a high level of breast knowledge and expertise. Having such a dynamic team helps our experts provide the best possible care to our patients. Surgeons run weekly Breast Care Conferences with their entire care team, reviewing and adjusting the treatment plan for each patient. We make sure our patients receive comprehensive, multidisciplinary care during every step of their breast cancer journey. If you have recently been diagnosed with breast cancer and would like to meet with our specialized breast cancer care team, please call (859) 655-7400 for more information and to set up an appointment. 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. Nurse Navigators Surgical Oncologist Dr. J.Michael Guenther discusses innovative breast cancer care at St. Elizabeth. Learn more about the collaborative team of experts that treat each patient’s individual cancer.