Riverview Health

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Women’s Center for Breast Care
395 Westfield Road
Noblesville, IN 46060

317.776.7133

To schedule an appointment, please call 317.776.7247

Monday–Friday: 7:30 am to 4:30 pm

If you’re like many women, you may be taking care of your family, your career or any number of other responsibilities. And in the midst of managing all those priorities, it can be easy to let your own healthcare slip. At Riverview Health Women’s Center, we’re proud to be your partner in helping you stay well.

As an accredited Breast Center of Excellence, we offer a full range of services specifically designed for women—including mammograms, breast biopsies, ultrasounds and osteoporosis screenings—all in one convenient location. With accreditations in Breast Ultrasound, Biopsy, FNA and Stereotactic Breast Biopsy, we have the latest technology on-hand to provide you with the highest level of care.

Located in the Riverview Health Women's Pavilion, our spacious center is designed to make your visit a pleasant one. Our patient care team provides private treatment and consultation in rooms decorated in rich colors that exude warm sophistication. Loved ones can wait in the comfortable lounge or in many other special areas of the Women's Pavilion, including a serene retreat and peaceful healing garden.

Services We Provide

Mammography

Screening mammography—A screening mammogram is ordered for a woman who isn't experiencing any new problems in her breast.

Computer-aided detection—After reviewing your mammogram, our radiologists refer to areas of interest marked by a computer, referred to as R2 Image Checker. This combination of information provides the most accurate diagnosis.

Diagnostic mammography—A diagnostic mammogram is necessary when a new symptom arises, when further evaluation is required as a result of previous imaging studies, or when there’s a personal history of breast cancer.

When mammograms are evaluated, our physicians review your previous mammogram images as well to help identify changes or instability in your breast.

Breast Ultrasound

Ultrasound images of the breast are taken to complement mammography, to evaluate palpable lumps, and as imaging guidance for procedures, such as cyst aspirations and drainage of various breast fluids.

Breast Biopsies

Vacuum-assisted core biopsy with stereotactic and ultrasound guidance—This image-guided biopsy is quick, accurate, needs no recovery time and does not cause scarring of your breast.

Pre-operative needle localization with excisional biopsy—The needle localization portion of this procedure is done in the Women’s Center, and the excisional biopsy is done in the Riverview Health Surgery Center.

Various other breast procedures—Additional procedures may be offered as necessary.

Specialized Breast Care Team

Should you need a biopsy, our specialized breast care team will work with you to ensure prompt testing. If a cancer diagnosis is made, our team will work with you to develop an individualized care plan and help explain treatment options.

DEXA or Bone Mass Measurement Test

This test can help detect osteoporosis before a fracture occurs, as well as help determine an individual’s risk for fracture and monitor the effects of treatment.

Community Education

We provide health education through various programs, including women’s seminars, health fairs and community days. These efforts encourage women to seek screenings in a comfortable atmosphere for a variety of health issues. View our Classes & Events.


Services We Provide

There are hundreds of types of cancer, with some being much more common than others. The following are just some of the types of cancer we can diagnose and treat.

Additional Info

If you’re a woman recovering from breast cancer or a new mother looking for breastfeeding products, visit the Riverview Health Women’s Boutique.

Indiana recently passed a law that requires doctors to notify women if they have dense breast tissue following a mammogram. To learn more, read the Breast Density and Why It Matters brochure.


Doctors in this service

  • Margaret Ann Brengle, MD

    Margaret Ann Brengle, MD

  • Jack M. Drew, MD

    Jack M. Drew, MD

  • Laura O. Dugan, MD

    Laura O. Dugan, MD

  • Thomas F. Hagman, MD

    Thomas F. Hagman, MD

  • Theodore P. Labus, MD

    Theodore P. Labus, MD

  • Charles C. Mulry, MD

    Charles C. Mulry, MD

  • John A. Morton, MD

    John A. Morton, MD