The right care at the right time.
Your breast health partner for a lifetime.

At the Center for Breast Health, we are dedicated to offering women comprehensive and caring breast health services.  We encourage women to do self-exams, get regular clinical exams from a physician and to get mammograms.  Because every woman’s risk factors are different, we encourage you to talk to your physician to determine the best screening schedule for you.

The Center for Breast Health offers 3D mammography at Exeter Hospital, as well as digital mammography at some of our Core practices through our visiting Mobile Digital Mammography Van.  We have expertise in breast MRI and ultrasound for women who need a more detailed exam.  We also assess and provide support for women at greater risk through our unique High Risk Breast Health Program and genetic testing. And should you need breast cancer services, our Center for Cancer Care has highly dedicated staff members and provides care in partnership with leading Massachusetts General Hospital Cancer Center specialists.

The Center for Breast Health: 603-580-6867
To schedule a mammogram, call 603-580-6966

The Center for Breast Health offers comprehensive technology to perform breast biopsy procedures.  Our radiologists work with your primary care provider and surgeon to insure the most accurate and least invasive method of biopsy is planned.

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A woman's lifetime risk of breast cancer is one in nine. At Exeter Hospital, our affiliated surgeons are committed to the early diagnosis and treatment of breast cancer.

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When you come to the Center for Breast Health you’ll find a team of professionals dedicated to meeting your needs.  That’s what comprehensive care is all about.  To learn more about our team visit the links below.

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A painless exam using high frequency sound waves to make a picture of the internal structures of the breast. This test does not use radiation. Ultrasounds are typically used to better define abnormalities found on a mammogram and to distinguish features such as fluid or solid. Ultrasound is a helpful tool in diagnosing breast lumps. The American College of Radiology does not recommend ultrasound as a screening tool to detect breast cancer. 

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The Center for Breast Health is dedicated to the early detection of breast cancer and committed to offering women a comprehensive and caring approach to breast health.

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Exeter Hospital is pleased to offer 3D mammography (breast tomosynthesis), the latest and most accurate mammogram technology, for breast cancer screening at our Center for Breast Health.

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When an abnormality is found there are so many questions. Do I need a biopsy? Who do I see? When can I get an appointment? How long will it take to get results? At the Center for Breast Health, we have a Certified Breast Care Nurse and specially trained mammography technologists to guide you through each step.

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