The Simpson Breast Health Center at AdventHealth Zephyrhills is the only dedicated breast care center in east Pasco County. Led by an independent team of board-certified physicians, we provide some of Florida's most advanced diagnostic imaging technology for breast cancer with a full spectrum of breast care services—from diagnosis to treatment, surgery to rehabilitation, and ongoing patient education and recovery.
We proudly feature advanced technology in a comfortable, spa-like environment to create a soothing and pleasant experience for our patients. To request an appointment, please call the Simpson Breast Health Center at 813-779-6278.
Breast Care Services We Offer
- Breast Ultrasound (3D ShearWave Elastography)
- Bone Densitometry (DEXA)
- Core Biopsy
- Digital 3D Mammography with Patient-Assisted Compression
- Fine Needle Biopsy
- Stereotactic Breast Biopsy
- Contrast Enhanced Spectral Mammography (CESM)
- Breast MRI
- Radiation Therapy
- Lymphedema Therapy
- Sentinel Lymph Node Mapping and Biopsy
Schedule Your Mammogram Appointment
Early detection is an essential part of successfully fighting breast cancer. You may now schedule your mammography at the Simpson Breast Health Center online. If you have any questions, you can call us at 813-779-6278.
Breast Imaging that gives you answers. Today.
If you've ever experienced an abnormal mammogram and had to schedule follow-up testing, you know how anxiety builds as you wait for the second round of testing, which could be days or even weeks later. At our Simpson Breast Health Center, you don't have to wait for answers after an abnormal mammogram screening. We offer same-day appointments and technology that generates distinct x-ray images that can be easily compared to your initial mammogram. The Simpson Breast Health Center is one of a handful of hospitals in the State of Florida to offer Contrast-Enhanced Spectral Mammography (CESM). This advanced technology uses standard mammography equipment combined with an iodine-based contrast agent. Now, any areas where there's an increase in blood supply will be crystal clear on your x-ray. Bottom line. This makes it easier for your doctor to identify the presence of cancer, even in the earliest of stages.