The Center for Breast Health

Thyra M. Humphreys Center for Breast Health

How to Schedule a Mammogram

Call us at: (570) 522-4200

Hours of Operation:
Monday - Friday
7 am - 5:30pm

Saturday appointments are available.

Our Services

Navigating your health concerns can be tricky and stressful. The Thyra M. Humphreys Center for Breast Health is with you every step of the way, from early detection to recovery from surgery. 

Our team has prepared a guide to address questions you might have about breast health, as well as health concerns common to women. Please visit the following pages if you have questions about:

Meet Our Team

Our comprehensive team includes:

  • Dedicated breast surgeons
  • Radiologists
  • Pathologists
  • A Nurse practitioner
  • A breast health nurse specialist
  • Certified mammographers
  • Dedicated support staff
  • On site imaging staff

Visit our Physicians & Specialists pages.

The Center for Breast Health is located on the second floor of Evangelical Ambulatory Surgical Center, which is located on the hospital campus on JPM Road.


Other Resources


Are You Dense
The website are you dense helps women understand why it is important to find out your breast density from your mammogram and what to do if you have dense breasts. Women with dense breasts can be at a higher risk for breast cancer because cancer may be masked in dense breast tissue. If you are dense a breast MRI or a full breast ultrasound may be done in addition to your yearly mammogram. Currently there has been a law passed that requires  the radiologist to report on breast density in their mammogram results.

Bright Pink
Be Brilliant. Be Bold. Be Bright Pink.
This website is a great resource for peer support and outreach groups. Bright pink is the only national non-profit organization focusing on the prevention and early detection of breast cancer and ovarian cancer in young women while providing support for high risk individuals.

More Than October
This website is one woman’s personal story about her breast cancer journey. The website wants women to commit to getting a mammogram and to do their monthly self breast exams. This woman describes her journey and encourages the reader to share a “postcard” with their family, friends, co-workers etc. You can send it by social media, e-mail or simply print it out. She also has many other links that are great for cancer patients and women’s health in general.

My Support 360
The website My Support 360 is a website sponsored by the genetic company Myriad. This website helps you determine if you are at high risk for cancer and would benefit from screening/testing. On this site you can take a quiz to determine if you are at an increased risk for breast, ovarian, uterine, colon and pancreatic cancers. There are details about genetic testing processes and how to find a facility that offers it. This is a great site to encourage people to be more proactive about their health.

Noreen Fraser Foundation
The mission of NFF is to raise funds for women's cancer research. NFF supports cancer research aimed at developing new prevention methods, diagnostic tools and non-toxic therapies to treat women's cancers. Their hope is that until there is a cure, women's cancer will become manageable diseases controlled with targeted therapies that protect a patient's quality of life. Noreen herself is a breast cancer survivor.