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.
I remember over 30 years again, visiting her office at the Northshore Bldg. and having to lie on the table for an exam, which was a first for me. This was my first breast exam and being exposed to that type of procedure was an amazing event for me. KCBC is awesome, thank you!
Dr. Kozlowski was the first doctor who got me the help I needed for a problem I have had for almost 15 years. The problem was finally solved by surgery and I couldn't be more grateful for her help!! It was life changing for me and relieved me of constant pain. Thank you!
Without KCBC I would not have known I had breast cancer. Everyone there is so very nice. The options explained to me were covered thoroughly and I was able to choose the latest in treatment.
I went there with a friend for my yearly mammogram and was surprised to learn I had breast cancer. Dr. K guided me through my treatment. KCBC is the best!
I’ve been to Blount and UT and there is no comparison to the personal touch, knowledge and equipment Kcbc has. I walk away feeling safe and secure.
I have had to have a biopsy twice and Dr K rubbed my shoulders, and told me me she had been there too. She would talk to me to explain what was happening. That was Very comforting and personable. She was literally hands on and told me something about her personal life. Dr K is the bomb. She’s awesome.
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.
Dr K and her staff changed my life. I’m from 7 hours away and had been given a diagnosis of two types of cancer in the same breast. Two different surgeons told me my only option was mastectomy. My husband and I did our research and found Dr. Kozlowski and KCBC. They were so supportive and caring. I had never been to a place like this. You felt like you mattered. Even though I didn't qualify for the trial Dr. Kozlowski was still able to do Cyroablation on both of my cancer sites. It has changed my life. Dr K, Miranda, and the rest of the staff at KCBC make you a top priority and give you the utmost in care. This is the first time I have publicly shared my story, but Dr. Kozlowski has a special place in my heart. The care I received was life changing. I am where I am today because of her. My husband, family, and myself will always be eternally grateful. I am a patient for life. I wish KCBC A HAPPY 35th!