The Breast Center at Liberty Hospital is one of the most advanced facilities for mammography testing in the Kansas City area. With state-of-the-art digital mammography, our testing is more accurate at detecting breast cancers early on, when treatment can be most effective.
The Breast Center offers a walk-in mammogram clinic and has same-day results. The center features private dressing rooms and a separate waiting area, all in a relaxed setting separate from the hospitalís Radiology Department.
The center is open Monday through Friday from 6:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Walk-in appointments Monday through Friday 6:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Please contact the Breast Center at 816-792-7016 to schedule an appointment today!
Comprehensive Breast Imaging Services
In addition to screening mammography, the Breast Center at Liberty Hospital offers diagnostic breast imaging evaluation, including diagnostic mammography, breast ultrasound, stereotactic breast biopsies and image-guided breast biopsies. All exams are tailored to an individuals problems, and interpretations and biopsy procedures are performed by board-certified radiologists who specialize in breast imaging. The Breast Center is an American College of Radiology Center of Excellence and is certified by the Mammography Quality Standards Act.
- Exams and Procedures Available
Why should I have a mammogram?
Early detection of breast cancer could just save your life. By increasing the number of cancers detected in the earliest and most curable state, more lives are saved each year.
Who should have a mammogram?
If you have no signs or symptoms of breast abnormalities, we suggest that you schedule a mammogram screening according to the American Cancer Societyís recommendations:
- Women 40 years of age and older should have routine mammograms every year.
- Women who are at a high risk for being diagnosed with breast cancer should talk with their health-care providers. Questions to ask should include: At what age should I start getting a mammogram? How often should I get a mammogram?
When should I talk my health-care provider?
Contact your primary health-care provider as soon as possible for an evaluation if any change occurs in your breasts. Such changes include:
-Development of a lump
-Redness or cracking of the nipple or breast skin
-Any discharge other than milk, especially if spontaneous