Dr. Kamilia Kozlowski

Dr. Kozlowski is a Board-Certified Diagnostic Radiologist. She attended the University of Rhode Island in Kingston, Rhode Island, and earned her B.S. from Simmons College in Boston, MA.

She received her Doctor of Medicine from Wayne State University Medical School in Detroit, Michigan. Dr. Kozlowski completed a residency program in Diagnostic Radiology and Fellowship in Ultrasound and Computed Tomography at Henry Ford Hospital. She was a staff radiologist at the Henry Ford Hospital before relocating to Knoxville, Tennessee.

Dr. Kozlowski developed an interest in mammography during her first year of radiology residency. This interest in breast imaging expanded to breast ultrasound.

When Dr. Kozlowski relocated to Knoxville, Tennessee in 1983, she began the Knoxville Breast Center. Practicing as a Clinical Breast Radiologist, she has paved the way to developing a more efficient delivery of breast health care. It is provided in a woman-friendly, vertically oriented, streamlined, and cost-effective manner.

Dr. Kozlowski is past president of the Knox County American Cancer Society. She serves on the Advisory Board of the local Wellness Center. She was a board member and past president of the National Consortium of Breast Centers. She is the current president of the Aurora Breast MRI Society.


​Hear what our patients say:


Janice Stamps

The honor & privilege to have followed Dr. K & KCBC to the different locations over the years is my best memory. Each time they moved it was with updates & always the professionalism you expect from them. And I always loved the color "blue" that became a trademark!!!! It sums up the years that I feel like I have grown & aged with all of you at KCBC. 31 years!! First appointment with Dr. K was on September 7, 1987. Happy Happy Happy Birthday!!!!!


Candace collins

My mom, Delores Duff, loved Dr K, always raves about her kindness, insisted that I not go to any other doctor. I have been loyal to Dr K for many years even when I moved to Florida I would still have my annual exam with Dr K. My mother passed away several years ago and I feel that my relationship with Dr K honors her. I recommend Dr K to everyone I know.


Dotty Vinson

I am now 70 yrs. old. I was a school teacher in my mid-30s and felt something in my breast. I taught at Sequoyah School and I asked my principal who she would recommend for an exam. She said that she highly recommended Dr. Kozlowski and that her children went to our school. When I went I was a nervous wreck. Everyone on staff was very calming and reassuring that everything would be all right.....and it was! I have been coming ever since. I will always be grateful for the kindness and care I was given. Happy Anniversary!


Candace Giger

They saved my life.

Dr Kozlowski continued to monitor an area in my right breast over the course of several years, and almost as soon as it became cancerous, got me into treatment, surgery, and radiation therapy. Everyone there was and is so very kind and considerate of my feelings. I truly think they saved my life!

Most frightening and most grateful! Their professionalism and compassion impresses me every time I see them and that's been over 20 years!


Margaret Pile

The wonderful care I received after being diagnosed with breast cancer 19 years ago. From Dr K to Dr Webber to Lora to Dr Brig’s wonderful dry sense of humor, I felt hugged, loved embraced. I carry this whole experience with me all the time when I face hard times, when I see people facing hard times. My youngest daughter said “Mom, you have picked the best place to go, so they are going to make you well” and you did. Thank you


Agnes Wilkerson

Dr. Kozlowski was the first to do MRI for breast density and to be on top of the field. She went up to insurance directly to provide this technology for us. Thank you. I've been going to breast center 25+ years.

I went to Lenoir City a few years because it was closer. I will stick with the expert. Now my Daughter, sister and niece go also. She found breast cancer in my eldest sister because she hadn't been in a long time. She waited too late. Stage 4 at 75. No family wants to hear that. She lived 5 weeks and we had some quality time. Nothing could be done. She was frail. The staff and Dr. Kozlowski were great to her. Please get your mammogram every year. They are wonderful there.