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Meet Our Breast Care Team

You are not alone. Our team is there with you.
The team-oriented design of the SMHC Center for Breast Care enhances communication between the primary care physician, the radiologist, the surgeon, the medical oncologist, and the radation oncologist – all with the patient at the center of the care circle. We’re with you each step of the way.

  • Helene Langley, RN, BS, CBCN, CN-BN Certified Breast Nurse Navigator
    Women told us they wanted a guide; someone compassionate enough to understand the physical and emotional issues and experienced enough to guide each patient on their way toward survivorship. Helene, SMHC’s Certified Patient Navigator, fills that role for you and your family. Whether concerns originate with a lump felt by a woman or her physician or from a suspicious finding as a result of a screening mammogram, Helene is your personal guide for communication with the healthcare team and the family, from diagnosis, surgery, reconstruction, after-care and survival. Our full breast care team, coordinated through Helene, is with you every step of the way. Contact: (207) 283-7805
  • Catherine Share, MD - Breast Care Surgical Specialist
    Dr. Share has performed more breast cancer surgery with outstanding clinical and aesthetic results than most surgeons in our area focused on breast surgery. For more than 20 years, a large portion of Dr. Share’s practice has been devoted to breast care, for both benign and malignant disease. From timely diagnosis, awareness of ongoing clinical trials, chemotherapy regimens and reconstruction to survivorship, Dr. Share offers the reassurance and compassion you want to see in a surgical specialist. Contact: (207) 284-4597
  • Candy Lamb, RT (R)(M) - Mammography Supervisor
    Candy shares both her extensive experience and her positive, reassuring nature with the many women she works with each and every day. She knows that patients are often nervous when they come in for a mammogram, particularly if they’ve been called back for a second look. With more than 30 years of experience, Candy understands the range of emotions women may experience and she is focused on providing support, answering questions and offering information about breast health issues. Contact: (207) 283-7832

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