Fully accredited breast imaging services
The breast imaging services at Baylor Scott & White Medical Center – Irving are fully accredited by the American College of Radiology (ACR) as a Center of Excellence in mammography, stereotactic breast biopsy, breast ultrasound, breast MRI and ultrasound-guided breast biopsy.
Most women will experience some type of breast problem during their lifetime. The good news is that most breast disorders are not cancerous. However, your chance of developing breast cancer increases as you get older. That's why screenings (like routine mammograms) and examinations are so important—and where you go for these services makes a difference.
Breast health services
Comprehensive prevention, diagnosis and treatment of breast disease, all under one roof and close to home
- All-digital, high-resolution mammography
- Breast ultrasound
- Ultrasound-guided breast biopsy
- Stereotactic breast biopsy
- Breast MRI
- MRI-guided breast biopsy
- Bone densitometry
- High-risk assessment and BRCA testing
- On-site certified mammography technologists, sonographers, radiologists and physician specialists on the medical staff
- Emotional support provided by the breast care nurse navigator and oncology support programs
Breast imaging locations
Baylor Scott & White Women's Imaging Center - Irving
2001 N MacArthur Blvd
MOB I, Ste 250
Irving, TX 75061
Baylor Scott & White Women's Imaging Center - Las Colinas
440 W I-635
Plaza II, Ste 120 A
Irving, TX 75063
Breast care patient navigator
Patient navigators help you make informed decisions regarding treatment and provide support and guidance throughout the cancer care continuum
Our patient navigator offers encouragement while providing services tailored to your individual needs. These services include:
- Collaborating with members of the healthcare team to navigate a patient through the complex cancer care system to help ensure timely diagnosis and treatment
- Comprehensive nursing assessment and support
- Assisting with scheduling of initial tests and consultations
- Symptom management
- Ongoing education and disease information
- Providing patients with breast cancer programs and support group information
For more information about our patient navigator program, please call the Baylor Scott & White Charles A. Sammons Cancer Center – Irving.
Patient education videos and brochures
Know your breast health Better.
From common breast conditions to imaging tests, we want you to feel informed about your health. Check out the resources available to help you learn more about these topics.
Expert advice from our blog
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6 questions about 3D mammograms you need answered
If you’ve had a mammogram in the last few years, chances are you’ve heard of 3D mammography or “tomosynthesis.” Recent studies have shown that 3D mammograms may be more effective than standard digital 2D mammograms because they provide a more comprehensive look at the breast.
What doctors look for in a mammogram
When you get a mammogram, your results will be read by a radiologist. A radiologist is a physician that specializes in medical imaging, sometimes referred to as “reading X-rays.” In addition to image interpretation, breast imaging radiologists do minimally invasive needle biopsies using X-ray, ultrasound and MR guidance.