Our comprehensive, compassionate care focuses on the evaluation of breast concerns and breast health education.
We provide care that's personal, pleasant and supportive in environments designed to make your appointments as efficient and comfortable as they can be. We work closely with you and your doctor to address any questions you have about breast imaging and breast conditions.
Who should have a mammogram?
We encourage you to take care of yourself and do breast self exams Many women with breast cancer have no symptoms. We recommend women receive a screening mammogram starting at age 40, according to the American Cancer Society guidelines.
- Family health history
- Being overweight
- Drinking alcohol
Learn your risk with our one minute assessment.
Digital screening mammograms
Diagnostic digital mammography
Breast lesion localization
Stereotactic vacuum-assisted biopsy
Ultrasound guided vacuum-assisted biopsy
Ultrasound guided cyst aspiration
Learn what a mammogram feels like in this two minute video. Screening mammograms typically consist of four images, two of each breast. Each image takes about 20 seconds. Most screening appointments take less than 30 minutes.
In a two minute video, local fitness instructor Cindy Lewis shares how her journey with breast cancer was complicated because she had elected not to get a mammogram.
Breast cancer myths
Admittedly, breast health and screening guidelines can be confusing. For your health, it's important to understand and correct common misperceptions about breast cancer: