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Breast Center at Sunrise
Breast Center at Sunrise
Southern Nevada's Only Comprehensive Breast Center
At The Breast Center at Sunrise, our goal is to provide superior breast care to women and their families. Accredited by the National Accreditation Program for Breast Centers (NAPBC), The Breast Center at Sunrise offers an enhanced level of care with a comprehensive team assembled just for you. Focusing exclusively on breast health, our panel includes:
- Breast imaging radiologists
- Breast surgeons
- Nurses and Technologists
We provide you with the expertise in imaging, diagnosis and treatment of the breast found at no other facility in Southern Nevada.
Offering the newest technology
Read more about The Breast Care Center Services that assure you get the earliest possible diagnosis and treatment.
Treating all of You
The Breast Center at Sunrise understands that not all of your needs are medical. Throughout each month, breast health experts are here to answer questions on:
- Breast Health Education
- Nutrition Counseling
- Wellness Lectures & Support Groups
- Oncology Nutrition Classes
At the Breast Center at Sunrise, we appreciate the importance of being part of the Southern Nevada community. We collaborate with many organizations to integrate community services and medical care. These partnerships make sure you always have an expanded network of resources.
Our center is the home of the Susan G. Komen Lending Library. This library contains information pertaining to breast cancer and breast health. We also offer internet access so you can search for information online. Books can be used in the library or borrowed to be taken home. Our community partners include:
- Susan G. Komen Foundation
- Women's Health Connection
- Center for Compassionate Care
- American Cancer Society
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