Norman Regional Health System

Norman Regional Health System will take your mammogram on the most advanced mammography equipment by nationally registered female technologists. Our facility is recognized by the FDA for the highest quality standards.

Mammography in Norman and Moore

At The Oklahoma Breast Center Breast Imaging Services, we offer a full range of breast care services, including screening and diagnostic 3D mammography, breast ultrasound, CT (3D) breast specimen imaging and stereotactic biopsy at three locations. Two imaging locations in Norman and one in Moore.

Our dedicated Nurse Navigator provides support throughout your journey, ensuring you have access to vital information regarding diagnosis, treatment and recovery.

The Oklahoma Breast Center Breast Imaging Services at Norman Regional Moore opened in April 2018. Services offered at the new Oklahoma Breast Center at Norman Regional Moore include the latest in three-dimensional (3D) screening mammography and Dual Energy X-ray Absorptiometry (DEXA) bone density screenings.

Additional diagnostic studies are offered at Norman Regional’s Oklahoma Breast Center just a few miles down the road in Norman. Mammography was previously offered at the former Moore Medical Center before the hospital was destroyed in the May 20, 2013 tornado.

The newest location to open for breast imaging and mammography is located at Norman Regional Nine in south Norman.

The Oklahoma Breast Center | Comprehensive Breast Care Services Near You

The Oklahoma Breast Center at Norman Regional encompasses everything from our Breast Imaging Services locations to state-of-the-art surgery at the Breast Surgery Clinic. You’ll find technically advanced, digital mammography equipment along with a compassionate staff that includes your very own Nurse Navigator to help you through the process should you have any questions or need further support.

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Get Cancer Worries Off Your Chest

Most lumps are not cancerous, but when a suspicious mass is diagnosed and treated early, the chance of a cure is very good. Mammography provides that early warning, especially when used in combination with a physical exam. 

Mammography creates an image of the breast to detect cancer or other breast disease. This can reveal changes in the breast before a woman or healthcare provider can discover them and can often indicate whether a lump requires further examination. If needed, Norman Regional also provides advanced 3-D imaging, including magnification views, breast ultrasound, breast MRI, stereotactic core-needle biopsy and ultrasound-guided needle biopsy. 

Mammogram results are interpreted by highly trained radiologists who analyze all the images taken during your exam and send a signed report to the ordering physician, which will take 24 to 48 hours. Additional copies can be sent upon request to primary care physicians or specialists. The ordering physician or your primary care physician will go over the results with you. 

3-D Mammography

The Oklahoma Breast Center Breast Imaging Services also performs three-dimensional (3D) mammography. Also known as breast tomosynthesis, 3D mammography uses X-ray machines to take pictures of thin slices of the breast from different angles, and then digitally reconstructs an image. 3D mammography lets doctors better evaluate breast images, layer by layer, for greater accuracy, better breast cancer detection and less of a chance you will need additional imaging or testing.

Norman Regional has also installed the first CT (3D) breast specimen imaging system in the state of Oklahoma – the Clarix Imaging VSI-360 breast specimen imaging system. The Clarix Imaging system will help breast cancer surgeons identify tumors more easily during lumpectomy procedures.

RELATED BLOG: Norman Regional Installs First 3D Breast Specimen Imaging System in Oklahoma

When to Schedule a Mammogram

Every woman is at risk for breast cancer, and mammograms are the single most effective method of early detection.

The American Cancer Society and the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation recommend the following guidelines:

  • Age 20-plus: Perform monthly breast self-examinations. Become familiar with the normal look and feel of your breasts. If ANY change occurs, report it to your doctor.
  • Age 20–39: Have a clinical breast examination by your doctor at least every three years.
  • Age 40-plus: Have an annual mammogram.
  • If you are under age 40 and have a family history of breast cancer or other concerns about your risk, talk with your doctor about when to begin mammography.

The Oklahoma Breast Center | Breast Imaging Service Locations:

The Oklahoma Breast Center | Breast Imaging Services

3440 R.C. Luttrell Dr., Suite 103,
Norman, OK 73072
Imaging Office Phone: 405-307-2290
Monday-Friday 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Breast Imaging Services at Norman Regional Moore

700 S. Telephone Rd.
Moore, OK 73160
Norman Regional Moore: 405-793-9355

Breast Imaging Services at Norman Regional Nine

2000 Ann Braden Blvd.
Norman, Oklahoma 73071
Imaging Office Phone: 405-307-2290

Schedule your mammogram: 405-307-2290.

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