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Breast Center at Santa Rosa Memorial Hospital

At the Breast Center at Santa Rosa Memorial, we’re passionate about preventing and treating breast cancer. If you need a mammogram or another type of screening, we’ll help you get it. If you’ve been diagnosed with breast cancer, we’ll make sure you get the most advanced treatments available, customized just for you. If you’re afraid and uncertain, we’ll guide you through.

2414.1 miles away
833-512-2608 (Schedule a mammogram)
Mon - Fri: 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Breast Center at Santa Rosa Memorial Hospital

At the Breast Center at Santa Rosa Memorial, we’re passionate about preventing and treating breast cancer. If you need a mammogram or another type of screening, we’ll help you get it. If you’ve been diagnosed with breast cancer, we’ll make sure you get the most advanced treatments available, customized just for you. If you’re afraid and uncertain, we’ll guide you through.

2414.1 miles away
833-512-2608 (Schedule a mammogram)
Mon - Fri: 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Our Breast Center offers state-of-the-art procedures to accurately screen for and diagnose breast cancer. These include:

  • Breast MRI
  • Cancer risk assessment
  • Diagnostic ultrasound
  • Digital mammography, including 3D mammography
  • MRI needle biopsy
  • Stereotactic needle biopsy
  • Ultrasound needle biopsy
Schedule a mammogram

Mammograms are one of the most important tools doctors have in breast cancer prevention and early detection. 

  • Mammograms are recommended annually for women age 45 to 54
  • Women 55 and older can switch to mammograms every 2 years, or continue yearly screening
  • In some cases, screening recommendations begin at earlier ages. If you have an increased risk for breast cancer, we recommend regular screenings. Your health care provider can help identify if you are at an increased risk.
  • You may choose to have a screening earlier and/or more often if you feel the benefit outweighs the potential concern

Providence utilizes digital mammography, which provides clearer, more accurate X-ray images. This means shorter examination times, quicker results, more convenience and less anxiety for you.

Our specialists will work together to help you conquer breast cancer. Your care team may include:

  • Breast surgeons
  • Cancer genetics counselors
  • Clinical research professionals
  • Medical oncologists
  • Pathologists
  • Patient navigator
  • Radiologists
  • Radiation oncologists
  • Rehabilitation specialists

The earlier breast cancer is found, the better the chances of successful treatment. That’s why it’s so important to pay attention to any changes in your breasts that could be signs of breast cancer. Understanding what is normal for your breasts, and what isn’t, can be lifesaving.

Symptoms to pay attention to

In the very earliest stages, breast cancer has no outward symptoms. Sometimes the earliest sign is a tiny lump, or mass, that’s detectable only on a mammogram. As the disease progresses, however, more noticeable changes might appear. These can vary widely — while a lump is the most common symptom, it is by no means the only one. Any of the following changes could be a warning sign of breast cancer:

  • A lump in the breast or armpit area
  • Thickening or redness of the breast skin
  • Swelling in all or part of the breast
  • Dimpling, puckering, irritation or scaliness of the breast skin or nipple
  • Pain or tenderness in the breast or nipple
  • A nipple that turns inward, flattens out, pulls to one side or changes direction
  • Bloody nipple discharge or unilateral discharge other than breast milk

These symptoms may be signs of breast cancer in men as well as women.

What to do if you have symptoms

If you notice a potential symptom of breast cancer, or if you’re concerned about any changes in the way one of your breasts looks or feels, please call your primary care provider or breast care specialist. While these symptoms don’t always indicate cancer — sometimes they are signs of something less serious, such as a cyst or an infection — it’s important to have a physician evaluate them right away. Don’t wait to see if they go away on their own. It bears repeating: treating breast cancer successfully is much easier when it’s caught and treated early.

Why Choose Us for Breast Cancer Care?

At Providence, we see the life in you. We know how important family celebrations and special occasions can be. Together let’s finish cancer so you don’t have to miss any of these moments.

No two patients, or their treatment plans, are alike. This is why, at Providence, we take a highly personalized approach to your breast cancer care. You’ll experience this in our multidisciplinary tumor boards, where your oncology team collaborates with other cancer care experts about your specific diagnosis. We also offer a Providence Molecular Tumor Board, where we evaluate your genomic and clinical information to find the best genetically matched treatment for you. Your oncology team will work with you directly to design a treatment plan that fits your personal needs. It’s an approach that combines leading-edge treatment with the compassionate care Providence is known for. Why? Because we know this results in the best outcomes.

As a patient, you’ll be supported through your entire cancer journey by our expert care team of breast cancer specialists. You’ll be treated by board-certified medical oncologists and radiologists. If surgery is required, our world-class breast and plastic surgeons use the most advanced techniques, such as breast-sparing and reconstructive surgery. It’s a team-based approach to breast cancer. Your cancer care team may include oncology nurse navigators, physical therapists and other cancer specialists. We also provide you and your family with a full range of support services well beyond conventional treatment – from prevention and education to nutrition and pain management.

Learn more about the experts who make up our multidisciplinary cancer care teams.

Breast cancer doesn’t discriminate, but access to great breast cancer care hasn’t always been the same for everyone. At Providence, we are deeply committed to making sure every patient we treat has access to the best cancer care. We value, respect and support the racial, ethnic, religious, gender, sexual and spiritual identities of each member of our diverse communities,  and we welcome all patients, regardless of their ability to pay. Instead, we work harder to make sure every patient is treated equally and with dignity – whoever you are, and wherever you're at. As part of that mission, we offer various location-specific services to help our patients receive equitable care, such as translation for non-English speaking patients, telehealth and transportation assistance.

As a patient at Providence, you have access to the largest community-based cancer network in the United States. Being part of a collaborative network means that your local breast cancer care team shares knowledge and experience with other world-class clinicians across 51 hospitals in seven states. The extent and power of our network is one of the reasons 10,000 breast cancer patients and 50,000 cancer patients choose Providence each year.

Providence is well-known for offering options – and hope – to patients seeking the most advanced procedures and therapies for breast cancer. For instance, research teams within the Providence network have developed a one-of-a-kind breast cancer database containing details on thousands of breast cancer cases. The valuable information in this database is contributing to groundbreaking research into the evolution of breast cancer that may transform breast cancer prevention, detection and treatment. As a patient, you have the opportunity to participate in or benefit from one of over 120 clinical trials happening across the Providence network for breast cancer treatment.

Awards & Accreditation

We work for your good health and healing. Our experts have achieved diagnostic and treatment outcomes that far exceed state and national standards. The Breast Center at Providence Santa Rosa Memorial Hospital has achieved the following recognition: 

ACR Designated Comprehensive Breast Imaging Center - American College of Radiology (ACR): Our breast imaging technology is accredited by the American College of Radiology (ACR). ACR Accreditation, the gold standard in medical imaging, reflects our commitment to deliver high-quality patient experience.

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The Power of Our Network

Part of Providence Northern California

For over 100 years, our patients throughout Sonoma, Napa and Humboldt counties have been at the heart of everything we do:

  • On a mission to improve outcomes for each and every one of our patients, we partner with cancer research organizations to provide you with the highest-quality care.
  • Our Round Barn Cancer Center in Santa Rosa offers patients leading-edge clinical trials.
  • Our nurse navigators can help you find transportation and low-cost temporary lodging if you need to travel for treatment.

Learn More About Providence Northern California