Guiding patients through breast cancer
Whether you have questions about your mammogram or need support following your breast cancer diagnosis, Community's breast health navigators are here for you as a resource and advocate.
Created in 2006, this service focuses on the needs of all breast patients. Breast health navigators are available to answer questions concerning breast health, provide education and support, coordinate care as needed, and prepare breast cancer patients for survivorship.
Navigators provide continuity for patients and their families throughout their healthcare experience during what can be a very stressful time in a woman’s life.
Contact and referral
The breast health navigators can be reached Monday through Friday at 317-355-4114, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Meet our breast health navigators
Claudia Davis, R.N., OCN, CBCN
Claudia is a registered nurse, certified in oncology and breast health through the Oncology Nursing Society (ONS). Claudia has been with Community since 2000. Her nursing background includes work in the intensive care unit, home care and school nursing.
Claudia was the 2004 winner of Community Health Network’s Nursing Excellence award for patient-focused care; she was also nominated in 2005 and 2006. She was nominated for the Indianapolis Star Salute to Nursing award in 2005 and 2007. In 2007, she was awarded the Indiana Hometown Hero Award by the Indiana Pacers for her work with breast cancer patients.
She is a member of the Community Health Network Society for Nursing Excellence.
Claudia has been married for over 40 years. She has three children and two granddaughters.
Sharlee Arkush, R.N., OCN
Sharlee is a registered nurse, certified in oncology through the Oncology Nursing Society (ONS). Sharlee has been with Community Health Network since 2012.
Sharlee received her certification in oncology in 1997 and has worked in oncology for more than 30 years. Prior to becoming a breast health navigator, Sharlee worked in both inpatient oncology and outpatient oncology clinics. She was nominated for the Indianapolis Star Salute to Nursing award in 2005 and 2006.
Sharlee has one daughter and lives with her husband and their dog in downtown Indianapolis.
Rebecca Brummett, R.N., OCN
Becky joined Community Health Network in 2015 as a Breast Cancer Nurse Navigator. Becky has spent her career in various areas of nursing but found her true calling in 2004 with oncology. Her love for nursing has made her career in oncology rewarding and she finds it an honor to help those during their cancer journey.
In 1993, Becky received her bachelor of science in nursing from the University of Indianapolis. In 2007, Becky received her certification as an Oncology Certified Nurse through the Oncology Nursing Society.
Becky has been married to her husband, Bud, for over 35 years; they have three daughters and six grandchildren. In her spare time, Becky enjoys reading, riding on their motorcycle and spending time with her family.
Betsy Lynn, BSN, R.N.
Betsy is a registered nurse who has been with Community since 2002. She joined the breast navigator team in 2013 and provides services for patients at Community Breast Care North. Her nursing background includes work in surgery, most recently assisting the Community North breast surgeons. She has also worked in rural community nursing, neonatal intensive care nursing, and medical-surgical care floor nursing.
Betsy holds a B.S. in Nursing from Texas Christian University and has been a member of Sigma Theta Tau, the honor society for nursing. She has been an instructor for neonatal resuscitation classes.
Betsy and her husband of 25 years live on the north side of Indianapolis with their son. Her interests include quilting, gardening, sailing, reading and spending time outdoors.
Natalie Newman, BSN, R.N.
Natalie has been with Community since 2001. She joined the breast navigator team in 2011 and provides services for patients at Community Breast Care East. She is certified in breast health through the Oncology Nursing Society (ONS). Her nursing background includes emergency room and surgery centers, where she helped care for breast surgical patients.
Natalie holds a B.S. in Nursing from Indiana University and a B.S. in Criminal Justice/Criminology from Ball State University. She has worked for the Office of the Indiana Attorney General investigating medical fraud, and as a legal nurse consultant reviewing medical malpractice cases.
Natalie lives on the north side of Indianapolis and enjoys volunteering and fundraising for Team in Training for The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society.
Danielle Peters, R.N.
Danielle joined Community in 2015 as an infusion nurse at Community Cancer Center South. Today, she is a breast cancer navigator at Community South. She started her career at IU Health in the med/surg inpatient area in 2008. In 2012, she transferred to the oncology/transplant unit.
Danielle is the proud mother of a boy named Dallas and resides on the south side of Indianapolis.
Tracy Rush, BSN, R.N.
Tracy has been with Community since 2003. She joined the breast navigator team in 2012 and provides services for patients at Community Hospital North. Prior to becoming a breast health navigator Tracy worked as a school nurse in pediatrics and most recently as a surgical nurse assisting with breast surgical procedures.
Tracy holds a B.S. in Nursing from Purdue University. In 2014, Tracy was named a Golden Graduate by the Purdue School of Nursing in honor of its 50th anniversary.
Tracy lives with her husband and daughter and enjoys cooking, reading and travel.
Holly Wright, R.N.
Holly has been a registered nurse at Community Health Network since 2014, primarily working in the chemotherapy infusion area at Cancer Center South. Holly joined the breast cancer navigator team in September 2015. Her nursing background includes inpatient oncology, post-anesthesia care, hospice and palliative care, and post-surgical inpatients. Holly has been nominated for two Daisy Awards and won the Daisy Award in 2012 for her exceptional compassionate patient care.
Holly resides in Zionsville with her two cats. She enjoys traveling, volleyball and spending time outdoors.