Rhonda Brake Shreiner Women's Center
Rhonda Brake Shreiner Women's Center offers leading-edge breast cancer screening, diagnosis, and treatment services through personalized care provided by expert staff and physicians.
We offer leading-edge breast cancer screening, diagnosis, and treatment services through personalized care provided by expert staff and physicians.
Health Education Library
The research library provides free internet access, books, brochures, and videos to be used as a resource to help you understand breast cancer and make informed decisions.
Breast Health Patient Navigator
Laura Gordon, our Breast Health Patient Navigator, is here to help you and your family.
Laura can help you with
- Making appointments
- Emotional support
- Understanding the process of diagnosis, treatment, and living a wonderful life after breast cancer
- Determining the best treatment option for you
- Making informed decisions about you care
- Finding community resources
Laura is available Monday through Friday,
Laura Gordon, LPN, CBPN-C, is a Certified Mammacare Specialist and a Breast Health Patient Navigator certified by the National Consortium of Breast Centers. Laura's office is located at the Rhonda Brake Shreiner Women's Center. She contacts both women and men who have been diagnosed with breast abnormalities and helps them understand testing, procedures and possible treatments. As navigator, she helps steer the patient through the medical system of care, providing emotional support and education.
For those diagnosed with breast cancer, gift bags are provided that contain information concerning the many issues that breast cancer patients and their families may face. Both patients and their loved ones are urged to contact the navigator with any questions or problems they may encounter. Laura also assesses the needs of the patients so that proper support for both the patient and their families are obtained.
The Breast Health Patient Navigator is here to help patients' understanding, build confidence and decrease anxiety. Those that do, typically have less complications and can better continue their normal lives.