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Patient Navigator

Meet our Lung Navigator

The Academy of Oncology Nurse and Patient Navigators defines a patient navigator as a medical professional whose clinical expertise and training guides patients and their caregivers to make informed decisions, collaborating with a multidisciplinary team to allow for timely cancer screening, diagnosis, treatment, and increased supportive care across the cancer continuum.

Your lung health program navigator is dedicated to addressing any barriers to care you may face and assisting you in navigating your way through the healthcare system.  Becoming part of your support system whether you are being screened for cancer or you have a diagnosis of cancer. Your navigator is here to:

        - Connect you to community resources
        - Make appointments with your providers
        - Help with insurance issues such as prior authorizations for tests or imaging
        - Assist in arranging transportation to and from appointments
        - Coordinate social work services
        - Educate you, advocate for you, and support you
        - Answer any questions you may have
 
Robin Bergeron
Robin Bergeron, MS, PA-C Physician Assistant and Patient Navigator Robin is a physician assistant specializing in pulmonary medicine. Her professional interests include lung cancer screening, prevention, and care. As a lung navigator and physician assistant, Robin provides a unique service to patients. She is available for office appointments, can answer clinical questions, and is a resource for reducing barriers to care.  Robin is passionate about serving as a patient advocate and support system while providing quality, patient centered care. She looks forward to integrating her clinical skills to better assist patients in navigating their journey to lung health.

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