What women want in breast imaging
When you think of breast imaging, what’s the most important thing on your mind? Advanced technology? The best doctors? A personal and spa-like approach? Quick, yet accurate results?
At The Christ Hospital Comprehensive Breast Centers in Mount Auburn and Montgomery, we’ve worked hard to make all these things possible in a patient-focused center designed by and for women with a complete focus on your breast health.
We offer the following services:
Digital screening using digital breast tomosynthesis (3D mammography) and diagnostic mammography
Ultrasonography (breast ultrasound and whole breast ultrasound)
Breast magnetic resonance imaging (breast MRI)
Stereotactic core biopsy
Bone density screening (DEXA)
From mammography screening and biopsies to an educational resource room, The Christ Hospital Comprehensive Breast Centers take a multidisciplinary approach to breast care.
Our Breast Imaging Team
Our team includes certified breast imaging technologists and dedicated breast radiologists from the largest, most experienced radiology group in Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky – all committed to providing you exceptional service to give you greater peace of mind.
Our radiologists are board-certified in diagnostic radiology. They are committed to combining timely, compassionate care with progressive, innovative, cutting-edge technology.
Our team of registered technologists and mammographers are all certified by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists and complete ongoing educational requirements. They have an average of 15 years' experience in breast imaging.
Breast Imaging Center of Excellence
Our center has been awarded a three-year term for Breast Imaging Center of Excellence accreditation in mammography, stereotactic breast biopsy and breast ultrasound as a result of a recent survey by the American College of Radiology (ACR).
Scheduling a Screening Mammogram
To schedule a screening mammogram, you can call 513-585-2668 or input your available dates and times through your patient portal.
Screening mammograms do not require a physician referral, but a primary care provider must be listed to provide results. Diagnostic imaging requires a physician referral and appointments can be made with your doctor's office.