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On-Site Mammography

We are excited to announce that we are now providing 3D screening mammography in our office!

Mammogram screening for breast cancer is extremely important for all women. We recognize that it is often difficult to schedule the time for your annual GYN exam and then another appointment at a different location for your mammogram. Due to the inconvenience, some women postpone or skip their mammogram, which could result in missing an early detection of a breast issue.

By providing mammography in our office, we can ensure that women have immediate access to their screening mammogram, thus giving our patients a complete assessment of their GYN health in one visit. All of our mammograms are read by Radiologists with special training in Breast Imaging. Patients requiring diagnostic mammograms initially, or after their screening mammogram is read, will be referred to a radiology practice with the expertise and equipment to do those advanced studies.

Our physicians and staff are committed to providing the highest quality healthcare to all of our patients. The addition of this state-of-the-art 3D mammography to our office is a continuation of that commitment as we make this important breast cancer screening convenient for our patients with readings performed by a breast imaging expert.

If you are 40 years old or older, be sure to request a mammogram appointment when scheduling your next annual exam with us.

Congratulations Dr. Lisa Roberts!

Join us in congratulating Dr. Roberts on being selected by her peers for inclusion in Best Doctors in America® again in 2018. She has been awarded this honor for 2015, 2016 and 2017 as well. The highly regarded Best Doctors in America ® List, is assembled by Best Doctors, Inc. and results from exhaustive polling… Continue Reading

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March is National Nutrition Month and what better time to remind you about the importance of good nutrition to protect your bone health. Osteoporosis is a condition in which the bones become thin, brittle, and weak. These changes can increase the risk of fractures. Osteoporosis occurs 5 times more in women than men. Fortunately, some… Continue Reading