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USF Breast Health
3000 Medical Park Dr.
Suite 140
Tampa, FL  33613

Phone:  813-793-4272
Fax:  813-374-9495

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Patient Portal

     The Patient Portal is a special set of secure web-based applications we built to allow you to manage your personal health record and interaction with the USF Breast Health Program.  The following list shows the current modules available in the Patient Portal.  Click on the links to visit the corresponding module.

  1. Personal Health Record (PHR) (now available for testing!)
    • Used to help maintain your name and address information and help keep it up-to-date.
    • Enter history data on-line, to avoid filling out long complicated paper forms.
    • Monitor chemotherapy and radiation therapy.
    • Drainage Monitor (now available for testing!)
      • Monitor output volume from your drain, after surgery.
      • Print graph of your average daily drainage.
      • Estimate date for drain removal.
  2. Risk Assessment Calculator
    • Estimate relative and five year risk.
  3. Community Group (now available!)
    • Post questions to the USF Breast Health Program Staff.
    • Post and answer questions from other patients.
    • The intent is to open a dialog with patients and staff, and create a community forum for patients and family members.
  4. Private Chat (in development, not yet available)
    • Used to open a private chat with staff.

     Note:  The Personal Health Record (PHR) is now available for testing.  Please contact our System Administrator, Jeff King, to set up a test account.  Email at jking@health.usf.edu or call 813-974-8495.

USF Breast News

SAVI Scout Breast Surgical Guidance System Presentation Receives Scientific Impact Award. 
05/17/2016 Tampa, FL
SAVI Scout, available since 2015, is a breast lesion localization tool that uses micro-impulse radar to localize and direct the removal of non-palpable breast lesions. The technology was quickly adopted by breast cancer physicians and is now available in more than 50 medical centers across the country...