Expert Care. Compassionate Support.
Your mother, your sister, your daughter, you. The statistics are hard to ignore. One woman in eight will get breast cancer in her lifetime. One in three, older than 40, will be diagnosed with a breast health concern.
Mammograms use low energy X-rays to examine the breast as a diagnostic and screening tool to detect the early presence of breast cancer. 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.
Providence Montana is right here close to home, offering you the best possible, most comprehensive breast care:
- Digital mammograms with 3D tomosynthesis in three locations
- Dedicated breast imaging radiologists for the most accurate diagnosis
- Leading-edge technology and treatment
- Certified by the American College of Radiology as a Breast Imaging Center of Excellence
- Support and sensitivity that comes only from experience.
Screening and diagnosis
- Digital mammograms with 3D tomosynthesis
- Breast MRI
- Breast Ultrasound
- 3D Breast Ultrasound
- Ultrasound and stereotactic guided core biopsy
- Needle localization
- Risk assessment and counseling
- Breast pain evaluation and counseling
- Breast self-exam instruction
- Nutrition counseling
- Lymphedema education
Professional and support services
- Genetic counseling and testing
- Nurse practitioner navigation
- Second-opinion program
- Multidisciplinary pre-treatment physician conferences
- Patient and family education for newly diagnosed women
- Breast cancer support group and peer-to-peer opportunities
Women should never go without having a mammogram due to financial concerns. With the help of the St. Patrick Hospital Foundation Compassion Fund and the Montana Breast and Cervical Health Program, we will help provide financial assistance for those in need.