Mercy Breast Center - Coletta

Women's Health
4401 McAuley Boulevard, Suite 1100
Oklahoma City, OK 73120

Phone: (405) 752-3500
Fax: (405) 936-5217
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Services are provided by Mercy Hospital Oklahoma City Learn more »

Please note: 3D mammography is open Monday - Friday until 6 p.m.

Oklahoma City Breast Center

Mercy Breast Center – Coletta is located on the campus of Mercy Hospital Oklahoma City and provides exceptional breast care. Whether you need a routine screening mammogram or diagnostic procedures and treatments, you’ll find the latest technologies, compassionate care and a comforting environment.

Our collaborative multispecialty team includes surgeons, radiologists, nurses and technologists with expertise in preventing, detecting and treating breast cancer and other breast conditions.

Breast Center Services

Mercy Breast Center is one component of our comprehensive women's services, which include:

  • Bone-density screening
  • Stereotactic breast biopsy
  • Diagnostic breast ultrasound
  • Automated whole-breast ultrasound (ABUS)
  • Other diagnostic breast screening

Mercy Breast Center – Coletta features the latest in cancer detection and treatment.

Your doctor may order a contrast-enhanced spectral mammography (CESM) exam if you’re at high risk for breast cancer, have concerns on your screening mammogram or have dense breast tissue. A CESM exam takes just seven minutes and is like a regular mammogram, except an intravenous (IV) contrast dye is used. The dye collects in the blood vessels of abnormal tissues, enabling your Mercy breast radiologist to study those areas in more detail.

This advanced ultrasound technology detects small cancers in dense breast tissue that mammography may miss. It uses sound waves to create 3D pictures of the whole breast, allowing for more visibility.

The latest linear accelerators deliver radiation to cancerous tumors with pinpoint accuracy and in fewer sessions. Treatments that might take 10 minutes elsewhere can be completed in a few minutes. 

Our robust clinical trials program allows easy and convenient access to new and innovative cancer treatments.  

If a woman detects breast cancer while it’s still half an inch or less in size, her chance of survival can be more than 90%. Tumors this size can’t be felt, so screening mammograms are vital. Project Early Detection provides breast health services for women who are uninsured and underinsured, including mammograms, diagnostic procedures, treatment referral and education. The program is made possible through partnerships and collaborations of local radiologists, physicians, free clinics, Susan G. Komen Central and Western Oklahoma and Mercy. Contact Mercy Breast Center to learn more. 

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