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Cancer Navigation Team

The Cancer Center offers a variety of programs, and central to its success is the Navigation Team. This team works together to eliminate barriers to care by helping patients and their family navigate the healthcare system. The Navigator serves as a central point of timely and precise communication between the patient, treatment team, and the referring physician. They ensure patients and families have a clear understanding of their disease process and options.

 

Meet Our Navigation Team

  • Martha Fuentes, RN, MSHA, Oncology Nurse Navigator
  • Elizabeth Freeman, BSRS,RT(R)(M), Breast Health Navigator
  • Megan Martin, RT(R)(CT)(M), Lung Health Navigator
  • BJ Harp, LSW, Social Worker

Featured Updates

Why Was the Colorectal Cancer Screening Age Lowered?

FEB 24, 2021

Colorectal cancer is one of the most treatable forms of cancer when caught early. There are a variety of techniques used to screen for precancerous growths, called polyps, in the colon or rectum. By catching these polyps early, doctors are capable of

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Palliative Care: The Most Misunderstood Medical Specialty

OCT 28, 2020

In this enlightening episode of the Inside Health podcast, host Kevin Keys sits down with Nurse Practitioner Jackie Burnette to discuss one of the most misunderstood medical specialties: palliative care. Listen as they cover topics like the efficacy

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