Breast Care Center at South Seminole Hospital

If you found a lump in your breast or received an abnormal mammogram, the last thing you want to do is wait two or three weeks to see a physician. That's why South Seminole Hospital is home to a comprehensive breast cancer program that offers women a seamless and timely experience from diagnosis through treatment. It's less worry. And, it's real answers within days, not weeks.

Benefits of Care at Our Breast Care Center

  • Rapid Diagnosis
    A specially trained, multidisciplinary team of board-certified surgeons, nurses, radiologists, pathologists, counselors and oncologists personally perform and interpret diagnostic tests and will be with you every step of the way.
    Seeing the same team from your initial visit through diagnostic testing and treatment enables you to receive rapid results and ensures the highest level of quality continuous care.
  • Coordinated Care
    A patient care coordinator will coordinate and expedite your care- from completing paperwork, to obtaining previous mammograms, to helping coordinate appointments - making everything as easy and convenient as possible for you.
  • Treatment Options
    Convenient, state-of-the-art breast cancer diagnosis and treatment is available to Seminole County residents, through South Seminole Hospital and Orlando Health Cancer Institute.

Treatment at Our Breast Care Center

Early and accurate detection makes breast cancer one of the most treatable forms of cancer. Since many breast lumps are not cancerous, our specialists also provide treatment for non-malignant conditions. We offer a wide range of expert diagnostic and treatment services, including:

  • Breast MRI
    Detailed images offer valuable information about many breast conditions that cannot be obtained or detected in other imaging modalities.
  • Diagnostic Digital Mammography
    Low-dose X-rays are taken by certified technologists and interpreted by board-certified radiologists.
  • Ultrasound
    High-frequency sound waves and ultrasound images are used to diagnose cystic disease.
  • Image-Guided Core Biopsy
    This method of biopsy provides a focused tissue sampling while using a local anesthetic.
  • Surgical Biopsy
    This process removes a mass under local anesthesia if the lump can be felt. A needle-directed biopsy is performed for lumps that cannot be felt.
  • Sentinel Node Biopsy
    This biopsy method surgeons to pinpoint the spread of breast cancer and remove a limited number of lymph nodes.
  • Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
    Board-certified plastic surgeons are available to assist with reconstruction.