We are accredited by the National Accreditation Program for Breast Centers for providing the highest level of quality breast care to our patients. Our experienced breast care support specialists will guide you through mammograms, clinical exams and treatments, and we will teach you the proper method for breast self-exams — so that you are part of the team that is monitoring your ongoing breast health. We also offer patient navigation, education, community resources, and psychosocial and emotional support programs.
Our breast health caregivers provide comprehensive breast care through preventive education, screening, diagnostics, and treatment of breast cancer. We are here to support you in maintaining optimal breast health. Lovelace Women's Hospital's multidisciplinary team is a group of well-established physicians and experts that meet face-to-face weekly to discuss, in confidence, every patient with a suspected or confirmed diagnosis of breast cancer.
Sincethis program offers a range of services related to breast health, breast related diseases and breast reconstruction. The Women's College Hospital breast program encompasses breast cancer prevention, early detection, diagnosis, treatment and care, and research in breast disease. Our interdisciplinary team includes: surgeons, plastic surgeons, physician specialists, genetic counselor, nurse navigators, social workers, nurse practitioner, peer support and information specialist, physiotherapy and occupational therapists.
The new pavilion features the two main types of radiation therapies, a linear accelerator—which shoots precise beams of radiation at cancer cells—and brachytherapy, the process of surgically implanting radioactive material directly into affected tissue. Brachytherapy is effective in vaginal and cervical cancers. Jonas Fontenot says goal of radiation therapy is to deliver treatment as precisely as possible so that healthy tissue is spared.
The Women's Center at Riverview offers the best women's health services, in a spa-like setting close to home. Designed by women for women, the Center offers exceptional quality care in an environment of caring. Focused on what our customers deem most important to them, our center offers the complete health care package.
The unit also provides breast screening services to the South Birmingham region. Screening is offered to women between 50 and 70 years of age. Women's breasts change; during adolescence, during the menstrual cycle, during pregnancy and breast-feeding and as a consequence of the menopause.
We are the leading specialists in diagnosis, monitoring and treatment for breast conditions in Queensland. Our specialist team is here to support and care for people who have been diagnosed with breast cancer and other breast conditions. To deliver the best treatment for your needs we will work with you to develop and implement an individual care plan using the most advanced technology, equipment and comprehensive services.
Physicians Patient Conference Directions Contact Us Forms The Breast Care Center in the Women's Pavilion, Huntsville Hospital for Women and Children, provides the region's only center dedicated exclusively to the diagnosis and treatment of breast cancer and other breast-related disorders. The center combines state-of-the-art medical care and technology with a caring and compassionate approach sensitive to answering a patient's most pressing concerns in the timeliest fashion possible. Therapeutic plans integrate the expert opinions of multiple medical and surgical specialists but are tailored to the needs and preferences of the individual patient.
Our patients, along with obstetricians, gynecologists, surgeons and internists involved in women's health care, rely on our expertise and imaging based assessments. Our group of highly experienced, Board-certified Radiologists offers years of combined experience and professional expertise. Diagnostic imaging services offered include obstetric and Gynecological Sonography, Computed tomography and Neonatal imaging.
This clinic provides comprehensive pre-cancer and cancer testing and treatment with the health and wellbeing of the whole woman in mind. Some common reasons for change are: pregnancy; breastfeeding; hormonal changes over each menstrual cycle; and weight loss or gain. Breasts also change their shape and feel as a woman ages.