St. Elizabeth's is pleased to welcome experienced breast surgeon Jan Rothschild, MD. Learn more about Dr. Rothschild and our breast care programs here.
To make an appointment for a mammogram please call us at 617-789-3160.
Breast cancer is the most frequently diagnosed cancer, and is the leading cause of death in women ages 40 to 59. Through the course of her life, the average woman has a one in eight chance of developing breast cancer.
If you are high-risk or are facing a diagnosis of breast cancer, our team of caring and experienced experts are ready to help you face the challenges head-on. The Center for Breast Care at St. Elizabeth’s is one of the region’s leading breast cancer programs. Our dedicated team offers you complete screening, diagnosis and treatment services administered with clinical excellence, compassion, and personal attention.
Our commitment to you includes:
If you’re facing a potential diagnosis, the last thing you want is a lengthy wait to see a physician. When you call for an appointment, we make sure you’re seen within 48 hours.
When you see us, you’ll meet a complete team of experts devoted to breast care. Our board-certified surgeons work closely with medical and radiation oncologists, pathologists, radiologists, and reconstructive surgeons to ensure that you receive the best possible care.
Each week, our team holds in-depth team meetings to review imaging and pathology reports of patients requiring surgery for benign and cancerous conditions of the breast. A physician from your team will present your case and you benefit from multiple expert opinions.
St. Elizabeth’s Medical Center’s physicians, nurses and support staff provide each patient with a multidisciplinary approach to breast care. Every patient’s case is actively discussed in regular meetings with hematologist oncologists, specialists and our board-certified and fellowship-trained breast surgeon. Our team strives to develop and implement an individualized treatment plans, which encompass the latest treatments and may include surgery, radiation, chemotherapy and other medical therapies.
Patients of the Center for Breast Care can expect to receive:
Elizabeth's Medical Center Radiation Oncology Center
Radiation Oncology, Connell Pavilion, 2nd Floor
Cancer Institute at St. Elizabeth's Medical Center
Medical Oncology and Hematology
Outpatient Center, Cushing Pavilion, 5th Floor
St. Elizabeth’s Center
for Breast Care
St. Margaret's Center, 5th Floor
Watch the latest live chat on breast health with noted breast cancer specialist, Dr. Charu Taneja and breast cancer survivor and WCVB-TV 5 award-winning reporter, Kelley Tuthill.