NCBC is the premier organization to offer Breast Navigation Certification to individuals working in breast care in addition to nurses. We offer three options to become a certified breast navigator. If you work in one of the following capacities, you may be eligible:
• Breast Imaging/Treatment Technologists
• Navigation Program Managers
• Social Workers
• Lay Patient Navigators
• Clinical (MA, LPN)
• Physicians and Advanced Practice Providers
• Registered Nurses
Just one exam, specifically designed for your role in breast care. visit: bpnc.org/certification for more details.
Want to be a certified navigator, see what test dates are available!
Visit: bpnc.org/certification-schedule/ for the Navigation Certification test schedule.
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The Breast Patient Navigator Certification Program is a certification that has been developed by a peer review team of the National Consortium of Breast Centers (NCBC). The purpose of this certification is to set standards of achievement and the professional's role; enhance patient safety, quality of care and delivery of services; and recognize professionals who advance beyond basic knowledge in a field of specialty.
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The overall goal of this program is: To save the lives of women diagnosed with breast cancer and ensure timely and efficient delivery of breast care/cancer services through quality and excellence in the navigation of a breast patient through their imaging and/or cancer care and treatment.
Breast Patient Navigator Certification - An Initiative of the National Consortium of Breast Centers, Inc.