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Breast Cancer

The Breast Institute

 

Welcome. Thank you for taking a moment to consider The Breast Institute at Good Samaritan when it comes to your breast health. Here, you’ll find resources to learn more about everything from self-exams to mammography to treatment options. If at any point you have more questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us directly.

About Us

As part of a comprehensive approach to cancer care, the Good Samaritan Cancer Institute features The Breast Institute, a full-service breast cancer screening and treatment facility within Good Samaritan Medical Center. The Breast Institute offers low-dose screening and diagnostic mammography, breast cancer surgery, stereotactic biopsy, ultrasound, CT scanning, PET-CT, bone densitometry and support groups for newly diagnosed breast cancer patients or patients with advanced breast cancer.

Physicians specializing in breast surgery and oncology surgery lead the multidisciplinary team that includes specialists in breast imaging, radiology, pathology, medical oncology, radiation oncology, surgical oncology and reconstructive surgery. The team also conducts weekly multidisciplinary pre-treatment planning conferences to discuss treatment options for patients.

The Breast Institute FAQs

Additional Resources

Breast Cancer Survivor Story

At age 35, Heather Clay found out that she had Stage 1 breast cancer and was BRCA2 positive.

Talk with a Nurse Navigator

Our Nurse Navigators are Registered Nurses who can answer your hospital related questions, help you navigate your way through the registration process, and more.