A patient navigator’s responsibility is to help you work through the diagnostic workup and treatment phase of breast care in order to provide seamless services. A patient navigator ensures that all patients with suspicious findings receive follow up, timely diagnosis and treatment to achieve positive outcomes. Additionally, the patient navigator will make sure that your primary care physician will be kept informed of your present situation and plan of care.
Patient Navigator: Katelyn Mosshart, RN, BSN
Katelyn completed her Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing from Fort Hays State University in 2014. Prior to the position of Breast Health Nurse Navigator, she was Treatment Nurse and Clinic RN for HaysMed Dreiling Schmidt Cancer Institute and has prior work experience as a Staff RN on the Acute Care/Oncology Unit at HaysMed.
Katelyn is a member of the professional organization Academy of Oncology Nurse Navigators, and she is working toward her Breast Patient Navigator Certificate. She enjoys working with patients throughout the broad spectrum of breast care and breast cancer treatment from screening and prevention to diagnosis, treatment and into survivorship.