Breast Care at Garnet Health

Breast health is important throughout every stage of adulthood. One in eight women will be diagnosed with breast cancer at some point in their lives, but other noncancerous breast health issues can occur, too. The American Cancer Society recommends that women begin discussing mammograms with their doctors at age 40 and begin annual screenings at age 45. These important screenings help detect early signs of breast cancer. At Garnet Health, our mission at the Ray W. Moody, MD Breast Center is to make it easy and convenient for you to access excellent breast care in Orange and Sullivan counties, from diagnostic imaging and cancer treatment to rehabilitation and follow-up care.

Breast Conditions We Treat

At Garnet Health, our doctors and staff are with you every step of the way. Many benign breast conditions may appear to be cancerous to an untrained eye or could indicate a higher risk for developing cancer later in life. From the moment you come in for a screening or mammogram, we will provide care for every diagnosis, including:

  • Benign cysts
  • Breast cancer
  • Breast pain, or mastalgia
  • Eczema of the nipple
  • Fibroadenoma
  • Infections of the breast skin or nipple
  • Mastitis

Breast Care Services

The breast-care specialists at Garnet Health focus on holistic care, integrating health and wellness, early detection, rapid diagnosis, leading-edge therapies, education and support. We specialize in advanced breast health services, such as: 

We know even a benign breast-cancer diagnosis can be stressful, which is why our compassionate specialists and dedicated breast-cancer patient navigator are ready to answer any questions you have and offer support when you need it.

Comprehensive Breast Care

Don’t delay critical breast care screenings and breast care wellness visits. Find out more about breast care and mammography services at Garnet Health by calling 845-333-7900.


Breast Care Risk Assessment

Find out which breast-care services you may need with our risk assessment program.

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Over 45? Learn more about annual mammograms, and find out how to make an appointment.

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