Breast health begins with breast awareness. We provide comprehensive breast care, including mammograms and breast screenings, at convenient locations near you.
Taking care of your breasts through regular clinical breast exams and screenings is important to staying healthy as a woman.
Starting at age 40, all women should get a yearly mammogram. If you have a high risk of breast cancer because of family history, you should talk to your doctor about getting mammograms sooner.
You can stay aware of any changes happening to your breasts by visiting your care provider for your annual clinical breast exam and contacting them immediately if you see or feel:
Many breast changes or lumps are not cancer and might be caused by hormonal changes or other conditions. Have your health provider examine you to diagnose and treat your breasts properly.
We provide comprehensive breast care for breast cancer and other conditions like cysts, noncancerous tumors, and infections like mastitis.
Mammograms are one of the most important health screenings that women can have. They not only detect changes in your breast well before an abnormal mass can be felt, but they also greatly improve breast cancer survival rates.
We offer the most advanced screening technologies available for the early detection of breast cancer – digital tomosynthesis, also known as 3-D mammography.
While breast cancer is common in women, the average five-year survival rate is 98% when detected in its earliest stages. Mammograms can detect changes in your breast years before a lump can be felt.
Knowing your family history can help you understand whether you’re at a higher risk for breast cancer.
Our genetic counseling services explore your family and personal history to determine your risk level and recommend next steps.