Breast Health

Photo: Radiology Staff
Photo of Breast Health Clinic Staff. Eleven smiling individuals and all wearing gray scrubs

"You've Had An Abnormal Mammogram. Now What?" featuring
Dr. Darwin "Pete" Peterson

3D Mammography at Montgomery County Memorial Hospital

One in eight women will be diagnosed with breast cancer in their lifetime. Over 2.8 million breast cancer survivors are alive and well in the United States today due to good breast health care. It's our goal at Montgomery County Memorial Hospital to see that no woman endures this alone. So, we have brought together a comprehensive team of medical specialists and the latest technology to provide top notch breast healthcare.

Our comprehensive breast health program includes:

  • Evaluation of breast health conditions and exams
  • Cutting edge 3-D Mammography
  • Biopsies and Lumpectomies
  • Mastectomies and Breast Cancer Care
  • Breast reconstruction
  • Follow-up care
  • Education


For most women, mammography is the only service they will need. If the results of the mammogram or breast examination are abnormal, extensive diagnostic testing will be done, depending on the patient's individual needs. An interdisciplinary team of specialists will plan a course action.

Because of our dedication to helping women stay healthy, our hospital has installed the latest breast mammography technology in the nation, called tomosynthesis, or 3-D Mammography. 3-D Mammography has a 41% greater detection rate of breast masses than conventional mammography and its clarity results in 40% fewer false positives than conventional mammography, preventing you from suffering needless emotional stress.

Women's Health Center

Breast health is just one aspect of the care provided at Montgomery County Memorial Hospital's Women Health Center. For more information on all of our women's health services, click here.

MCMH Center for Oncology & Hematology

Call to schedule your annual mammogram today!

Our Breast Health Team

Darwin (Pete) Peterson, D.O.
James R. Commers, MD
Linda Head, MD, FACR