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Your breast health is personal. You want to stay on top of your screenings, but even proactive prevention can cause anxiety. It’s easy to understand why. Breast cancer is the second most common cancer among women in the United States, and nearly one in eight women could develop some form of breast cancer in their lifetime.  

Preventive screenings are the healthiest thing you can do for your breasts and your overall health. That’s why Providence offers comprehensive breast services and breast cancer treatment for women of all ages in one convenient location. We want to make it easy for you to get the state-of-the-art breast-related services you need from caring doctors and specialists — all in a comfortable, discreet setting.

Our comprehensive services begin with a breast care coordinator, who partners with you to answer your questions about breast health and offers breast cancer education and support. If your screenings show an issue, your breast care coordinator is there for you every step of the way. 

Our services include: 

  • 3D mammograms (tomography) 
  • ABUS 3D breast ultrasounds 
  • Breast ultrasounds 
  • CT and PET/CT scans 
  • Diagnostic imaging 
  • MRIs 
  • Stereotactic biopsies

Breast cancer screenings and treatment are not something you should ever have to go through alone. Our knowledgeable, caring staff are here for you from prevention to recovery. 

We know that breast health can be stressful, and we are here to put you at ease with early detection education and support from leading-edge breast care specialists. We provide accurate diagnosis and treatment options that work best for you. 

The Breast Care Coordinator is a nurse who will answer your questions about breast health and will offer breast cancer education and support to newly-diagnosed patients. 

The coordinator will work with you as your personal guide to help you navigate through your health care options and ensure you have all of the resources available to help you make informed decisions.

  • Work closely with you, your doctor and other members of your medical team
  • Assist with a referral to a primary care physician if needed
  • Provide answers to questions about breast health and disease
  • Provide instruction on breast self-exams
  • Assist in coordinating screening mammograms and other diagnostic tests
  • Provide education about breast cancer, diagnosis, surgery and treatment options
  • Provide emotional and educational support before, during and after a hospital inpatient stay
  • Provide access to genetic risk counseling and testing
  • Discuss opportunities to participate in research studies
  • Provide information on support groups
  • Women may contact the Breast Care Coordinator themselves or be referred by any health care professional