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Breast Care Program

Regardless of where your journey begins, the Breast Care Program at King's Daughters' Health is designed to make your path a little smoother. The Breast Care Program begins with our Breast Care Navigators - who guide you through the process, answer questions, and make sure you understand every step along the way.

Breast Care Navigators

Breast Care Navigators guide you through what can seem like a complicated process. Navigators talk with you during every step of your breast health journey. They ensure that your appointments are scheduled on time, that you have the information you need, and that everyone on your team is updated and informed from start to finish.
Breast Care Navigator: 812.801.8080

What our program includes:

Screening Mammograms - may be schedule when it's convenient for you, thanks to flexible appointment options that include evenings. Talk to your women's health provider or family physician regarding the appropriate screening guidelines related to your personal and family health history. To schedule a screening mammogram, call 812.801.0440 or 812.801.0686.
Diagnostic Mammograms - these exams are scheduled by your provider and usually follow a screening mammogram or a clinical exam by your provider. Diagnostic mammograms provide your physician additional images to review. Most diagnostic mammograms will be scheduled within 24-48 hours.
Breast Ultrasound - much like a diagnostic mammogram, a breast ultrasound is most often scheduled by your provider as a follow-up exam. Using sound waves to create highly detailed images, a breast ultrasound provides radiologists an opportunity to examine breast concerns more closely. A qualified physician will decide whether a breast ultrasound or diagnostic mammogram is most appropriate for you. Most breast ultrasound exams will be scheduled within 24-48 hours.
Stereotactic Breast Biopsy - we know how scary it can be to learn that you need a breast biopsy. Staying close to home in a friendly, familiar environment is a great benefit. A stereotactic breast biopsy utilizes equipment that yields a precise needle placement for biopsy extraction of the affected tissue. Breast tissue is numbed prior to placement of the needle. Following this minimally invasive procedure, patients recover at the hospital and then leave with no restrictions.
Ultrasound-Guided Breast Biopsy - ultrasound guided breast biopsies use ultrasound imagery to guide the biopsy process. A biopsy allows physicians to obtain a sample of the affected tissue for further analysis.
Breast Needle Localizations - when a needle is placed into the affected breast tissue and then retrieved during an outpatient surgical procedure. Needles may be placed using ultrasound or through traditional mammography.
Breast Surgery - options will be thoroughly discussed with each patient prior to scheduling. Patient input is an important part of the process. We want to provide you the best care for your unique situation.
Breast Reconstruction - provided by Dr. Edward Kubek, a specialist in plastic and reconstructive surgery. Dr. Kubek works with each woman individually to develop a plan that's right for her. Breast reconstruction is also available for women who may have had breast surgery years ago, and who would like to regain a more natural appearance. For additional information, Contact Dr. Edward Kubek's office at 812.801.0840.
Breast Cancer Care - patients referred to the Cancer Treatment Center will meet with a personal Cancer Care Navigator. The Cancer Care Navigator discusses next steps, schedules appointments with oncology physicians, schedules any additional tests, and answers any questions. They guide you along your journey. Contact one of our Cancer Care Navigators at 812.801.0603.

Women's Health Providers

To schedule an appointment with one of our Women's Health Providers, call 812.801.0856. We have a team of exceptional physicians and providers who work with you to build and maintain good health. New patients are always welcome. Offices are located at the Main Campus Medical Building in Madison.

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