Working in partnership with you, we guide you through every step of your breast health journey. We support you with free risk assessments as well as regular, age-appropriate exams, yearly mammograms and follow-up appointments.
Many of our breast health centers have received prestigious accreditations such as the American College of Surgeons’ Accreditation, which recognizes programs that provide a full continuum of services in the diagnosis and treatment of breast cancer. These recognitions, coupled with distinctions granted by the American College of Radiology for breast imaging excellence, further distinguish our breast health centers.
Our specialists use some of the most sophisticated radiologic and diagnostic technology to detect breast cancers as early as possible. With the ability to render the clearest images, our experts work together to accurately determine if there are any abnormalities within your breasts and diagnose accordingly.
We invest in the latest technology to treat you at any stage, from screening for risks to receiving breast cancer treatment. Our trained nurses and oncological breast specialists use these tools to provide you with the most comprehensive care and guidance.
Providence St. Joseph Health offers a complete range of breast health screening services, including:
Check with your doctor to understand which screening services are available near you.
Providence provides services for women in all areas of breast health in one convenient setting to ensure your privacy while receiving state-of-the-art care. We are staffed by a dedicated caring team of breast care specialists, including female certified technologists and board-certified radiologists. Your primary care provider will work with a team on your screenings and diagnostic procedures to make sure your have the best care possible.
We encourage all women to be active in a breast care program.
Call 406-327-3057 for more information, to enroll and schedule your first appointment.
Providence St. Patrick Hospital has just installed an Automated Breast Ultrasound System (ABUS), approved by the FDA for breast cancer screening as an adjunct to mammography for women with dense breast tissue.
Local donations and a grant from the M. J. Murdock Charitable Trust are bringing 3D mammography to Providence St. Joseph Medical Center in Polson.