Mercy Breast Center - Clayton-Clarkson Suite 110

15945 Clayton Road
Ballwin, MO 63011
Fax: (636) 256-5343
Services are provided by Mercy Hospital St. Louis Learn more »
Hours of Operation:
Monday-Friday: 7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
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Before We Get Started

In order to schedule your appointment, we need you to answer a few questions.

  • Do you have a personal history of breast cancer?
  • Do you have any current breast symptoms? (drainage, lump, pain/tenderness)
  • Do you have breast implants?
  • If you've had a mammogram before, were the results normal?
  • Do you have a primary care physician that you've seen within the past 3 years?

Based on your responses


Your mammogram may require specialized attention. Please call to schedule your appointment.

Select a Visit Type

If you don’t see your preferred visit type, please call our office.
Digital Mammogram
I am over 40, this is my first mammogram - ever or in a year - and I need to schedule my screening mammogram. I have had no previous complications.
Digital Mammogram with 3D images
I am over 40, this is my first mammogram - ever or in a year - and I need to schedule my screening mammogram. I have had no previous complications. I realize that insurance may not cover the full cost of this scan (applies to residents outside of Arkansas).

Breast cancer and diseases have a profound effect on a woman’s life. Our team at Mercy Breast Center at Clayton-Clarkson in Ballwin, MO works proactively to make the situation less stressful. We offer prevention, diagnosis and breast cancer treatment all in one convenient place.

Schedule your mammogram today! Please call 314-251-6300 or 800-446-3742.

The American Cancer Society recommends annual mammograms beginning at the age of 45. It's also important to start at around age 19 with self-breast exams on a monthly basis and yearly clinical breast exams by your doctor.

If you’re having a mammogram for the first time, you may have questions about what to expect. Download our Guide to Mammograms to learn more about techniques, age guidelines and more.

3D Mammography

Mercy Offers 3D Mammography at Two Locations

Mercy Breast Center now offers 3D Tomosynthesis Mammography for women who are at high risk for breast cancer or who have dense breast tissue. The 3D Tomosynthesis Mammogram can detect breast cancer at early stages because of all the images available to the radiologist. It also helps reduce the number of false positives for breast cancer, so women don't have to return for additional screening mammograms.

If you have a history of breast cancer or someone in your family who has had breast cancer, be sure to ask for the 3D mammogram when you schedule your annnual mammogram. It is available here at the Mercy Breast Center at Clayton-Clarkson and at Mercy Breast Center - Tower A on the Mercy Hospital campus.

Watch an interview about 3D Mammography on KTVI Ch.2 and KPLR Ch.11: 3D breast imaging now available at Mercy Breast Centers.

Mobile Mammography

Our Mobile Mammography Van visits a neighborhood near you every month. Here are our upcoming schedules:

Nurse Navigator

Nicole Gurley, RN, BSN, Breast Navigator

A Breast Health Nurse Navigator is a registered nurse with expertise in breast cancer detection and care. She provides guidance, education and support for our breast cancer patients.  

The Breast Health Nurse Navigator is available to all breast care patients and serves as a coordinator throughout every step of detection and diagnosis of breast cancer. She is a resource to guide you, offer support, provide answers, listen and care.How the Navigator helps you:

  • Serves as an educator, advocate and guide
  • Provides emotional support for you and your family
  • Explains options and answers to help you make informed decisions
  • Coordinates appointments at the Mercy Breast Center or with physician specialists, if desired
  • Acts as a liaison for specialists and resources within the David C. Pratt Cancer Center
  • Clarifies medical terminology
  • Provides educational materials
  • Assists with health insurance questions
  • Advocates for underinsured and uninsured women for financial aid.

For more information, please contact the Breast Health Nurse Navigator at 314-251-5486.


If you are diagnosed, your care team may include radiologists, surgeons, a mammographer and an Oncology Nurse Navigator, a registered nurse who serves as a coordinator throughout every step of detection and diagnosis of breast cancer. All of our technologists are certified in mammography and are licensed by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists.

We are accredited by the American College of Radiology, and we use the newest technology to diagnose and treat breast cancer and other breast diseases through: