Mayo Clinic is the first multi-site practice in the United States to earn the Comprehensive Cancer Center designation from the National Cancer Institute. Mayo Clinic has breast centers at its Arizona, Florida and Minnesota campuses, each specializing in the detection and treatment of any breast problem. All sites offer expertise related to risk reduction strategies, counseling of individuals who are at increased risk of developing cancer, management of abnormal mammogram results, newly diagnosed or recurrent breast cancer and optimal follow-up strategies.
The Mayo Clinic Breast Center in Jacksonville, Florida combines comprehensive breast health services, leading-edge research studies and education to provide patients a highly personalized evaluation and treatment plan. This multidisciplinary approach assures that the combined knowledge and wisdom of many experienced specialists are available to provide patients with the latest breast cancer treatment and clinical trials.
The Mayo Clinic Breast Center offers the following services:
General Breast Health Services
- Diagnostic services, including state-of-the-art breast imaging (mammography, ultrasound, magnetic resonance imaging, image-guided breast biopsy)
- Individual diagnostic consultation
- Coordination of multidisciplinary teams for comprehensive care
- Management of menopause symptoms
- Breast health education and resource library
- Lifestyle counseling
- Women’s health promotion
- Nutrition counseling
Breast Cancer Services
- High-risk assessment and familial genetic counseling
- Breast cancer prevention counseling
- Consultation and second opinions
- Medical oncology
- Radiation oncology
- Chemotherapy, hormone therapy and biological therapy
- Oncoplastic reconstructive surgery
- Breast cancer survivors program
- Peer mentorship program
- Clinical trials
- Physical therapy
- Psychological counseling
The Mayo Clinic Breast Center is staffed by a diverse team of caregivers comprised of medical internists, medical oncologists, radiation oncologists, radiologists, surgeons, plastic surgeons and physician assistants who have a special interest in breast cancer. The team also includes a breast cancer program coordinator, breast cancer nurse educator, advanced registered nurse practitioner, dietitian, social worker, physical therapist, genetic counselor and clinical research coordinators.
Mayo Clinic believes that today’s research is tomorrow’s practice and is committed to gaining advance understanding of diseases through continuing education and research. This passion fuels our efforts to incorporate the latest medical advancements in the treatment of our patients.
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For more information about Mayo Clinic’s programs and services at each of our locations in Florida, Arizona and Minnesota, please visit us on the Web at Mayoclinic.org
For more general consumer health information and resources associated with healthy living, please visit us on the Web at MayoClinic.com