One-on-One Support at Every Step
Breast care is an important part of your health. From early screenings to treatment for breast diseases, it’s important to have a partner in health who’s with you every step of the way.
The Edna Owens Breast Center at AdventHealth Gordon is a one-stop center for breast care that’s close to home. Our team of compassionate experts, including board-certified oncologists, use state-of-the-art technology to screen and treat a variety of breast issues, all with a focus on whole-woman care.
Our center is designed with your comfort and healing in mind. Created to be both beautiful and convenient, our center brings together a wide range of women’s services, from screenings and consultations to education and procedures.
Whether you’ve been diagnosed with breast cancer or are proactively seeking preventive care, we’re here to give you the care you deserve.
State-of-the-Art Services, Unparalleled Breast Care
If you have breast cancer, our comprehensive programs deliver the latest in testing and treatment to get you back to the life you love.
We also provide expert treatment for non-cancerous conditions like fibroadenoma, cysts, breast pain, mastitis, nipple discharge or breast implant issues.
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Dedicated to Exceeding Your Expectations
"Breast cancer, unfortunately, is an extremely common disease," said Edna Owens Breast Center Medical Director J. Craig Box, MD. "The Edna Owens Breast Center is a critical element in our global cancer care plan," said Box.
"We are a center that's dedicated to taking care of our community. We take care of our community, anybody that seeks care in our community, and I think it's important in modern health care that hospitals take care of their own communities."
Getting a mammogram isn’t something women should delay. Breast cancer is the second-leading cause of cancer death in women in the U.S. and having your annual mammogram could be lifesaving.
Did you know there’s a one in eight chance a woman will develop breast cancer during her lifetime? That’s why it’s so important for women to begin getting mammograms at age 40 unless there is a family history of breast cancer.