Why take the Time?
Breast health is a journey and we want you to be confident every step of the way. Our experts have the answers to your questions and years of experience in breast care.
Who is a Breast Health Specialist (BHS)?
A BHS is a qualified health professional who has dedicated their career to navigating women on their breast health journey from screening mammography to breast cancer diagnosis.
Meet our expert team who will provide advice and guidance. Their knowledge and compassion ensure you understand your Auria results and confidently make informed health decisions.
MS, BSN, RN, CPT, CES, BHCN
I have been a registered nurse for 13 years and currently serve as a breast cancer nurse navigator. I am passionate about breast health, breast cancer and prevention. I desire to have my community live well, so I enjoy providing education and resources to patients, so they better understand their breast cancer risks and to empower them to be an advocate for themselves.
My name is Natalie and I have been in the healthcare field for eight years five of those years being a Registered Nurse. In December I will graduate with a Master’s of Science in Nursing degree with a specialty in Women’s Health/Gender Related Nurse Practitioner. I spent the last three years in the Women's Health specialty with my last two years of experience providing care to women in the OB/GYN clinic setting alongside a Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner involving:
- Clinical Breast Exams
- Providing education on breast awareness
- Discussing genetic testing results
- Answering questions regarding mammogram and biopsy results
RN, CN-BN, CBEC, CGRA
Morgan is a registered nurse who has specialized in breast health, cancer risk and genetics for nearly 13 years. A proactive approach to health, specifically women’s health, is extremely important to her. Over the years she has helped patients overcome barriers which surround the complex cancer care system. She will forever devote herself to education and outreach knowing that early detection is critical to survival. Being a part of Auria means that she has yet another way to connect and share expert knowledge around breast health assessment and screening. She is a mother to a beautiful 8-year-old son who she shares with her husband, Zane. The three of them enjoy fly fishing on the White River as much as possible. Morgan and Zane are avid runners. If they aren’t at home cooking a fantastic meal together, they are out on the trails.
Sarah retired from her position as Director of The Breast Center in April, 2022. Sarah was responsible for the operations of five breast imaging centers that perform over 30,000 screening mammograms yearly as well as diagnostic imaging, needle biopsies and breast MRI. She developed and staffed the Risk Assessment Clinic, personally counseling and advising over 500 patients who have indications that make them high risk for breast cancer and gene mutations.
In addition to her professional positions, Sarah was part of the team of volunteers that started the Ozark Affiliate of Susan G. Komen for the Cure in the 1990’s. She served several years as the Grants Chair and a term as President of the Ozark Affiliate. In 2007, she was one of 50 delegates from across the world to be chosen to participate in the Komen Global Summit in Budapest, Hungary. From this experience, Sarah has traveled to Targu Mares, Romania to train physicians and volunteers in breast cancer advocacy and is one of the founders of a Visiting Fellowship at The Breast Center, which has sponsored Romanian physicians for continued learning in breast cancer advancements. Sarah served on the Arkansas State Breast Cancer Control Advisory Board for 10 years. She is a founder and Secretary of Arkansas Breast Cancer Specialists, a multidisciplinary group of providers caring for breast cancer patients in the NWA region that has receive accreditation as a Breast Center of Excellence through the National Accreditation Program for Breast Centers.
FNP-C, MSN, BSN
Ally is a Nurse Practitioner holding multiple certifications in addition to specialized experience in breast health. Her knowledge spans from overall education on the importance of screening and diagnostic exams through biopsies and administering chemotherapy infusions. Her personal experiences with her patients have created a passion to advocate for breast health for all women.
How to Schedule a Consultation
Taking advantage of your included consultation is as simple as:
Schedule your session and choose a time.
A link will be provided for you to schedule your consultation, offering the flexibility to select a day and time that suits you best - weekend availability included!
Meet two of our Breast Health Specialists.
Await your appointment.
To make the most of your session, note down any questions you may have for your BHS and look forward to your scheduled consultation.
Visit our Breast Health Glossary.
Engage in consultation and receive your personalized summary.
Have a valuable discussion with your BHS during your consultation, and expect a comprehensive report outlining the discussion and next steps afterwards.
Our Provider Brochure is an additional resource for your follow-up.
Hear from the experts themselves.
“The consultation call with the nurse was awesome! I'm not a fan of talking with doctors or nurses but I really was grateful for the call. We went over my results, she gave me her opinions about what I should do at this point with my moderate risk, and it was a quick and informative call.”
Gwilgirl, Age 30
Eagle Mountain, US
“I had my counseling session to go over my results and it was easy to schedule in a timeframe that works for most people, the RN was pleasant and informative and she will answer any and all questions and if you have follow up questions you can also email them.”
atkin.wendy, Age 57
“After I received my results back, I had the option to talk to a nurse about the results. I was able to schedule the Zoom. I liked that weekend appointment times were available and that I had the option to do the Zoom without a camera on. The nurse was very informative and answered all my questions. I was pleased with the consultation piece of this Auria test. ”
Lilsnooke, Age 39
“As soon as I received the test results I booked a consultation appt. It was easy to make and best part they had Saturday appt. Auria will remind you a few times about your appt and send you Zoom details thru email a day before. Consultation was great. She answered all my questions and concerns of my results. Will do the test in the future.”
Etmtgt, Age 47
“My call with the consultant at Auria was really helpful. I was skeptical about how helpful the results could be since they are not checking the actual breast, but she was really helpful in describing how the test works and what it shows. Since my test showed up as High, she was helpful in explaining next steps I should take and asking about my past history. She was very empathetic and explained everything in a clear and helpful manner. ”
Cathyglove, Age 51
“I scheduled a consultation for a Sunday afternoon which was very convenient and nondisruptive to my work schedule. The professional was kind, knowledgeable and answered all my questions. I really like how the free consultation was offered with my test kit. ”
TheBradys21, Age 31
“I enjoyed the consultation and how easy everything was. I enjoyed how the specialist were there to answer any questions I had. I like that I can trust the results. ”
Gefulmore, Age 32
West Columbia, US
“It was also super easy to setup the consultation to go over the results. I would highly recommend this kit for anyone concerned about breast health. ”
shanna111, Age 51
“The RN was friendly, warm, and helpful in answering all my questions. The personal touch of having a live person to talk to about my results is a great part of the service.”
sirena1124, Age 45
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“The consultation call with the nurse was awesome! I’m not a fan of talking with doctors or nurses but I really was grateful for the call. We went over my results, she gave me her opinions about what I should do at this point with my moderate risk, and it was a quick and informative call.”
Fayetteville, AR, 30
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