If your breasts start to look or feel differently, you should talk to your doctor. Concerns can include lumps, pain, redness, dimples, or discharge from a nipple(s).
These concerns can be signs of a serious health condition. The sooner we can look at the concern, the sooner we can help.
If you don’t have a primary care provider, you can call St. Luke’s Comprehensive Breast Program at 218.249.2662, and we will get you in quickly for an appointment.
Our program provides individualized, state-of-the-art care. We help patients every step of the way through their breast health journey, from testing to results and through treatment. We work collaboratively with:
Patients may be referred by their provider or self refer to St. Luke’s Comprehensive Breast Program.
If you have a new breast cancer diagnosis or concern, call:
Amanda Buck, RN
St. Luke’s Comprehensive Breast Program Navigator
Teresa Mosiniak, RN
St. Luke’s Breast Center Nurse Navigator
On-Campus Directions & Parking
Follow St. Luke’s color-coded signs and maps to the Medical Office Pavilion (red). Parking is available at the Pavilion Ramp on E 1st Street, or off of 10th Ave E.
Click here to view the St. Luke’s Campus Map.
Clinic Manager, Josh Soderholm, 218.249.6050