Jane Brattain Breast Center
Comprehensive breast health care in St. Louis Park
Breast health is vital to your overall health, and one of the best ways to take care of your breast health is by getting the support you need. This includes having regular screenings and getting treatment for breast health concerns you might have.
At Jane Brattain Breast Center, we offer comprehensive breast health services to all women at all life stages. Our team of experts is connected to our team of oncologists, surgeons and other specialists. We use the latest technologies, including 3D mammograms, and we’re designated as a Breast Imaging Center of Excellence by the American College of Radiology (ACR) for our outstanding patient care. Jane Brattain Breast Center is also nationally accredited through the American College of Surgeons (NAPBC), which means we meet and exceed national care standards, and adhere to rigorous performance and facility guidelines that ensure the highest quality of breast care for our patients.
If you have a concern about your breast health, we work hard to give you peace of mind. Same-day and next-day appointments are available so you can get the answers you need as quickly as possible.”
Because our St. Louis Park center was designed by women, for women, we’ve made your comfort and convenience a priority. We considered every detail to create a relaxing atmosphere for you, including robes specially designed for your comfort during a mammogram.
We specialize in using the most advanced technology for breast screenings and treatments. Our breast health specialists provide a wide range of services, including:
- Screening mammograms
- Diagnostic exams
Mammo a-go-go brings mammograms directly to you. Our mobile mammography units travel to locations throughout the Twin Cities metro area, giving women convenient access to the latest screening technology in a tranquil environment.
The Jane Brattain Breast Center has provided expert care for breast health for over 20 years and is named for one of our long-time donors. When Jane and Don Brattain donated money to purchase a state-of-the-art biopsy machine that promised a less invasive way to