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In order to safely provide potentially lifesaving breast cancer screenings at our freestanding centers during the era of COVID-19, we have introduced additional safety measures:

  • Reduced number of appointments to ensure social distancing in our waiting rooms
  • Staff and patients will wear face masks within the Breast Centers
  • Rooms and equipment will be disinfected after every appointment
  • All patients will be screened for COVID-19 symptoms prior to their scheduled appointment
  • For now, no companions at screening mammography appointments

Leading Breast Centers in Orange County and Long Beach

MemorialCare Breast Centers are among the most comprehensive breast cancer centers in Los Angeles and Orange Counties. Our compassionate physicians and staff are solely dedicated to the prevention, early diagnosis and treatment of breast cancer. MemorialCare Breast Centers are on the leading edge of breast care—equipped with state-of-the-art digital and 3D mammography.

Helping You Maintain Optimal Breast Health

Whether you’re visiting our MemorialCare Breast Centers for a routine mammogram or with needs that are more urgent, our goal is to help you maintain optimal breast health. Our multi-disciplinary team of expert physicians, surgeons, technologists and clinicians take a comprehensive, coordinated approach to treating breast cancer.

COVID-19 Vaccines and Mammograms

A potential side effect of any of the COVID -19 vaccines is transient swelling of the lymph nodes in the armpit. This occurs due to the expected activation of your body’s immune system and quickly clears on its own. Unfortunately, the swollen lymph nodes if seen on a mammogram can be mistaken for a sign of breast cancer.

In order to avoid unnecessary concern and workups, our MemorialCare Breast Center recommends women get their screening mammogram either before starting the COVID-19 vaccination process or delaying it until 4 weeks after their second shot.

It is vitally important that women not miss their annual screening mammograms. With the proper timing, women can safely receive the vaccine and their screening mammograms.

Making an Appointment at a MemorialCare Breast Center

To make an appointment at one of our MemorialCare Breast Centers:

  • Call our breast centers directly for assistance (view location-specific phone numbers above).
  • Send us an email.
  • Ask your physician to refer you for an appointment. 

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