Women's Health Services - Genesis Health System

Womens Health

  • A Retreat from Cancer 4/27/2012

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  • Breast and Cervical Cancer Early Detection Programs

    This program is available to eligible women who meet state specific guidelines. The program helps women receive the screening and diagnostic services needed to detect early signs of breast and cervical cancer.

  • Breast Biopsy

    The Center for Breast Health offers a way to streamline the diagnostic process. Tissue samples are obtained through an outpatient procedure. If done by Mammotome biopsy, it can be performed in less than an hour.

  • Breast MRI

    A magnetic resonance imaging scan (MRI) uses a large, powerful magnet and a computer to create pictures of your breast. Each picture is a very small “slice” of breast tissue. The many, many pictures taken with MRI gives your doctor detailed information to help diagnose and plan your treatment.

  • Breast Self-Exam

    Breast cancer is one of the most common cancers in women. Thanks to modern treatments, many women diagnosed with breast cancer will go on to live full lives.

  • Breast Ultrasound

    Ultrasound, also known as sonography, is an imaging method in which high-frequency sound waves are used to outline a part of the body.

  • Cancer Treatment and You

    This program is offered the last Tuesday of every month. The class includes information on chemotherapy, radiation therapy, oncology rehabilitation services and other patient support services such as dietitian, social worker, chaplain, nurse navigator and financial counselor.

  • Education

    Genesis Health System strives to make resources available to you in order to educate and inform.

  • How Much Do You Know About Breast Cancer?

    How Much Do You Know About Breast Cancer?

  • Large Needle Core Biopsy

    Large needle core biopsies are used to obtain tissue from a brest mass that can be felt by the doctor, or by the radiologist, for smaller masses that cannot be felt, using ultrasound for guidance.