South County Health's Breast Health Team has one goal -- to guide you from diagnosis through treatment and recovery.
Your Nurse Navigator is your primary point of contact, overseeing everything from the scheduling of your initial surgical consultation through each ensuing phase of the diagnostic and treatment process.
Your Registered Nurse Practitioner is involved with your individual care plan from diagnosis, through treatment options, through recovery.
Leah Arsenault, RN, BSN, OCN
An oncology nurse since 2001, Leah is chemotherapy/biotherapy-certified and received national certification in oncology nursing in 2004. Leah has worked as a chemo nurse, clinical leader of the infusion department, and now as oncology nurse navigator.
In this role Leah provides support and coordinates care for cancer patients throughout their cancer continuum. Leah’s goal is to help provide the highest quality professional care to each of her patients in a timely fashion.
Sue Hall, RNP
Sue has been practicing as a registered nurse since 1982, bringing a combination of knowledge and compassion to patients in her care. She has extensive experience in the coordination of oncology care. Sue supports and guides patients through their treatment and recovery. She is the primary point of contact, overseeing everything from the scheduling of initial surgical consultations through each ensuing phase of the diagnostic and treatment process.
For more information about the Breast Health Program at South County Hospital, call 401-788-3850.