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St. John Providence Health System Breast Care Program

From the minute you learn that you have breast cancer, you want someone who you can trust to help ease your worries and help you find the answers you need. You'll want the most comprehensive breast care available -- and you can find it within the St. John Providence Health System Breast Care Program.

Our treatment focuses on the individual, with treatment options geared to each woman's unique needs. Our skilled and caring professionals are ready to surround you with support, and provide you with unparalleled breast cancer care, including:

  • A complete approach to care
  • Many experts, one focus
  • Access to research and clinical trials
  • Healing the body, mind and spirit
  • Genetic counseling to protect your family

For more information about your breast cancer care, talk with your doctor. Your nurse navigator will also provide you with answers, help and support. Or, call 1-866-246-4673.

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National Accreditation Program for Breast Centers (NAPBC)

The St. John Providence Breast Care Program is fully accredited by the American College of Surgeons. Our Breast Care Program was first accredited in 2009 and was just reaccredited in 2012. We are one of just nine programs in Michigan accredited through the NAPBC.


The St. John Providence Health System Breast Care Program is here for you. If you are a woman under or uninsured and need a mammogram we may be able to help. Call our Cancer Care Coordinators for more information at 1-866-246-4673.

Our position on the importance of mammography

St. John Providence Health System Breast Care Program is strongly opposed to the new recommendations from the United States Preventative Services Task Force (USPSTF). Our breast program will continue to follow the guidelines set forth by the National Comprehensive Cancer Network (NCCN) and the American Cancer Society (ACS).