At Penn Women's Specialty Center, breast health and care (including early detection and cancer treatment) is our number one priority. We provide services that range from prevention, to detection, to surgical and non-surgical breast cancer treatment as well as breast reconstruction.

Our Full Range of Breast Health Services

From screening mammography to surgery and reconstruction, Penn Women's Specialty Center offers care coordination that addresses a comprehensive prevention, detection and treatment program, including:

  • Leading screening techniques, including mammography, ultrasound, breast MRI and stereotactic breast biopsy (an outpatient procedure that requires no incision and only local anesthesia) interpreted by dedicated breast imaging physicians and available at our outpatient radiology centers
  • Comprehensive evaluation for patients at high risk due to family history or prior cancer
  • Timely diagnosis and treatment, including chemotherapy, hormone therapy and bone marrow transplantation
  • Second opinions
  • Full range of medical and surgical treatment options for breast cancer provided by a team of experienced surgical oncologists, medical oncologists, radiation oncologists, radiologists and reconstructive surgeons
  • Consultation for cosmetic surgery
  • Genetics counseling
  • Access to the latest clinical research trials
  • Access to post-treatment rehabilitation and support groups

Selecting the best physicians for your care is important, and we want you to feel comfortable with the staff and physicians in our Breast Health Program.

If you have any questions about mammography or breast cancer, please contact the Breast Care Coordinator at 610.431.5296.

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 Chester County Hospital can help you schedule your mammogram.
Call 610-431-5131.

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Our physicians utilize a variety of techniques to detect breast cancer including Breast Biopsy, Breast MRI and Breast Pathology.


Staging describes the extent or severity of an individual's cancer based on the extent of the original tumor and the extent of spread in the body.


At Penn Women's Specialty Center, we offer women several breast cancer treatment options.

Ductal Carcinoma in Situ (DCIS)

Ductal Carcinoma in Situ is a common, non-invasive breast cancer that usually presents with no accompanying symptoms.

Breast Cancer Facts

Important facts and statistics every woman needs to know about breast cancer.

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