Patient Navigation Programs

Breast cancer mortality rates are higher in Ohio than almost anywhere else in the country. With our Patient Navigation Program, we are working to save lives throughout our service area by helping women and men access quality breast health care.

We are:

  1. Educating women about breast cancer risk and screenings
  2. Linking them to breast health care
  3. Resolving barriers preventing them from accessing care
  4. Helping them navigate the health care system

We need your help to continue this important program and fulfill our Bold Goal to decrease the current number of breast cancer deaths by 50% in the U.S. by 2026. Please join us in the fight against breast cancer by making a donation today. Donate!


Whether you have insurance and need help understanding your benefits or connecting to a local provider, or you are uninsured and need help paying for medical care from screening through diagnostics, our navigators can assist you. Our 8 navigator networks involve many clinics, screening providers, diagnostic providers and healthcare systems. Though the navigators are your points of contact at the organizations below, financial assistance is available at most central and southeast Ohio medical providers through one of these programs.





To schedule a mammogram, please call any of our affiliated programs below. If you need assistance with paying for your screening or diagnostic services, please inform them during your call and at your appointment that you will need financial assistance 


Central Ohio 

The Ohio State University:  614-293-7020  

Lifecare Alliance Columbus Cancer Clinic: 614-263-5006 

Mount Carmel:  380-898-1537  

OhioHealth:  614-566-1111 or for the Latina Program: (614) 566-3957  

Heart of Ohio Family Health Center:  614-536-1557 

Mercy Health Springfield:  937-523-9330  


Southeast Ohio 

The Ohio State University:  614-293-4112 

Ohio University:  740-593-0150 or 740 597-1212 

OhioHealth:  614-566-1111 


If you would like us to help you schedule an appointment with one of these programs or if you have any issues with scheduling, please contact us at 614-942-1216 

Quality Improvement Initiatives

Komen Columbus holds stakeholder meetings of clinics, primary care providers and other community organizations whose clients need access to navigation to be linked to care, as well as to address quality and access to care in our service area. If you are interested in attending these meetings and being a part of our work to improve quality for all, contact