We're by Your Side Every Step of the Way
Hearing from your doctor that you have breast cancer can bring with it many questions and emotions. A breast cancer diagnosis can be a frightening experience. At the Baylor Breast Center at Baylor Scott & White Medical Center – Grapevine, we understand your fears and have the expertise to help you battle this disease every step of the way.
With our system of specialized breast care services, the Baylor Breast Center helps patients recognize and decrease breast cancer risk factors and seek timely treatment when needed. We utilize advanced digital technology to detect breast disease at its earliest stages. The center offers comprehensive services including screening mammography (2-D and
3-D), diagnostic mammography, breast ultrasound, stereotactic biopsies, ultrasound-guided core biopsies and breast MRI.
Dedicated Team of Professionals
The center is comprised of dedicated specialists addressing all aspects of patient care, including disease management, treatment and recovery. The center features experienced nurses and mammography technologists and sonographers, as well as radiologists who specialize in breast imaging, oncologists and breast surgeons on our medical staff. To provide extended support for our patients, our breast care coordinator works alongside the physicians and healthcare team to help navigate the patient from diagnosis through treatment by reinforcing education and coordinating information and care.
For a physician referral or for more information about The Breast Center at Baylor Scott & White – Grapevine, call 1.844.BSWDOCS.
Breast Health Support Groups and Programs
We're Here Every Step of the Way
The Baylor Breast Center offers breast cancer programs, support groups and screening events to educate patients on prevention, diagnosis, treatment and recovery.
Partnering with the American Cancer Society, we offer programs and educational information for patients who have recently been diagnoses, are currently undergoing treatment or are survivors of breast cancer.
Reach to Recovery
This free program is designed to help women and men with breast cancer cope with their diagnosis, treatment and recovery. A volunteer who has survived breast cancer will meet with the patient either face-to-face or by phone to provide support and up-to-date information, including literature for spouses, partners, children, friends and other loved ones.
The program uses carefully selected and trained volunteers who have fully adjusted to their breast cancer surgery and treatment experience.
Look Good, Feel Better
This free program for women in various stages of cancer treatment who may experience appearance-related side effects. The program offers advice and tips from cosmetology professionals to help women solve cosmetic quandaries. These may include applying make-up, remedy dry skin and discolored nails, choosing and caring for wigs, and learning how to tie scarves, turbans and other head coverings.
Each participant receives a complimentary make-up kit which includes cosmetics and skin care products donated by the cosmetic industry.
This genetics test is offered through Baylor Scott & White – Grapevine for detecting a person's risk of developing hereditary breast and ovarian cancer. For more information on this test, call 1.844.BSWDOCS.