Breast Health Center & Program

Breast Health Program

Breast Health Program
The Breast Health Program at the Robert and Beverly Lewis Family Cancer Care Center is a comprehensive state-of-the-art treatment program offering a full spectrum of clinical and support services, from screening and diagnosis to treatment and counseling. From prevention to early diagnosis to control of advanced disease, we have the knowledge, expertise, technology and compassion to help you achieve the highest quality in breast care.
The Breast Health Center is a participant in the National Consortium of Breast Center's National Quality Measures for Breast Center Program. Data from services are compared to other breast centers across the nation. The goal is to continue to improve and achieve the highest ratings possible.
Our goal is to offer easy access to the most advanced, current breast health care in the Pomona / Inland Valley as well as compassion and knowledge in caring for the whole person.

How Our Program is Different

Unique to our program is our Oncology Nurse Navigators. They will help guide and coordinate your care between physician offices, hospital, and out-patient services at the Cancer Care Center. If you are diagnosed with cancer they will guide you on your cancer journey - from diagnosis though treatment and follow-up care, with every stop in between - ensuring you receive help in an optimal, appropriate and timely manner, no matter what obstacles come up. For more information about diagnostic, treatment or support services, call the Oncology Nurse Navigator at (909) 865-9691.
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  • Breast Screening Services - Digital Mammography, Ultrasound, and when indicated Breast Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI)
  • Breast Diagnostic Services - Digital Mammography, Ultrasound, Stereotactic, Ultrasound, and MRI core biopsies
  • Specialized Surgeons - Biopsy, Lumpectomy, Sentinel Node Biopsy, Mastectomy, Breast Reconstruction (immediate and delayed) including various kinds of tissue transplants (using your own tissue)
  • Medical Oncology - Including second opinions for treatment options
  • Radiation Oncology - Including accelerated partial breast irradiation (including Mammosite) and Trilogy and second opinions for treatment options
  • Oncology Nurse Navigator - Experienced Oncology registered nurse will help you navigate the health care maze and assist you with all aspects of a breast cancer diagnosis
  • Genetic Risk Assessment - High Risk Genetic Screening and Counseling Referrals for Hereditary Breast and Ovarian Cancer
  • Nutrition Counseling - before, during and after treatment to decrease recurrence risk
  • Support groups for the newly diagnosed, recurrent, young woman with breast cancer, and groups for the family and children affected by cancer
  • Free Wig Program for any woman in the community that loses her hair due to cancer therapies (new Rachel Welch wigs) by appointment only
  • Wellness and Complementary Therapies including Imagery and Yoga Wellness Programs (example: laughter, art, journaling)
  • Counseling for you and your family
  • Clinical Trials through Radiation and Medical Oncology

Education and outreach to the community including classes on Breast Self Examination (BSE), Early Detection and treatment of breast cancer, advances in care and the latest in prevention strategies and staying well after breast cancer. Talks may be given to clubs, churches, community groups, and schools.


Appointments for these services are made directly with the individual specialist or service. Please check with your health care insurance carrier to insure coverage. For information regarding Breast Health Center Services call 909.469.9472.
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