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Breast Health Center



You've made your promise to get a mammogram... now make your appointment!


Breast cancer is the most common cancer among women in the United States, other than skin cancer. And it’s the second leading cause of death in women. The good news is breast cancer rates having been decreasing, most likely the result of enhanced diagnostic tools and early detection.

The Breast Health Center at Crouse Hospital was the first area program to be designated a Breast Imaging Center of Excellence by the American College of Radiology. We offer the very latest in 3D imaging technology, digital mammography, image-guided biopsy, computer aided detection of malignancy and breast MRI with computer-aided detection. Combine this with the area’s leading, most experienced radiologists, a top-notch team of mammography technicians and certified breast health navigators and you can be assured of prompt, accurate screenings combined with individualized comfort, compassion and emotional support.


Remember: All breast health centers are not created equal. When it comes to your breast health, don't you deserve the Crouse experience?


Make your appointment now!

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