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Victoria Landes, LCSW 

San Rafael Medical Center
Department of Surgery

99 Montecillo Rd.
San Rafael, CA 94903
MOB I, 2nd Floor

Office: (415) 444-2496

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As the Breast Care Coordinator at Kaiser San Rafael, my role is to help you through the process of treating your breast cancer. I meet with each newly diagnosed breast cancer patient after diagnosis, and can provide guidance and support. I also facilitate our support groups. Please call me with any questions and/or concerns. Note that I am not in the office on all days, so there may be a slight delay in returning your call.

We offer 2 different support groups for those diagnosed with breast cancer.

  1. For newly diagnosed patients and those undergoing treatment: We meet every Tuesday at 5:15pm in MOB2, Orthopedics Waiting Room
  2. For patients who have completed therapy: We meet the 1st and 3rd Tuesday of each month at 7:00pm in MOB2, Orthopedics Waiting Room

Follow this link to the Breast Center, where you can find additional breast care resources.

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M.S.W. California State University, Sacramento

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