Mercy Clinic Breast Surgery - Tower A

Surgery
621 S. New Ballas Road, Tower A, Suite 260
St. Louis, MO 63141


Phone: (636) 256-5000
Fax: (636) 256-5043
Hours:
Tuesday-Wednesday: 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.; 2nd & 3rd Thursdays: 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Mercy Clinic Breast Surgery has four fellowship trained breast surgeons who are experienced in the treatment of breast cancer and benign breast disease. Three of our surgeons offer services at this office in Tower A. As part of our Mercy Cancer Services team, they work closely with Mercy medical oncologists and radiation oncologists in helping patients and families through diagnosis, treatment and survivorship.  Our breast surgeons also collaborate with Mercy Clinic plastic surgeons who perform breast reconstruction surgery following breast cancer and mastectomy surgery.

Our breast surgeons provide the following services and treatments:

  • Benign and malignant breast disease
  • Abnormal mammograms
  • Nipple and skin-sparing mastectomy
  • Concealed scar mastectomy
  • Brachytherapy
  • Genetic high risk for breast cancer
  • Integrative surgical oncology
  • Port placement for chemotherapy
  • Breast conservation therapy
  • Oncoplastic surgery

We offer a “one-stop” healing experience that treats the whole person – body, mind and spirit. From surgery to chemotherapy to radiation to social services and integrative medicine, our team is here for you – any way you need us.

Research

We encourage our patients to participate in clinical trials to help themselves and future generations of patients with the same condition. For more information on clinical trials and research, please ask your doctor or call 314-251-7058 to find our more about clinical trials available at Mercy.

  • Research/Clinical Trials
  • Cancer and Tumor Research
  • Participate in a Research Study
Patient Resources

For more information on appointments, prescription refills, insurance and emergency contacts, view our patient resources.

Mercy High Risk Breast Clinic

For women with a family history of breast cancer or other risk factors, Mercy Clinic Breast Surgery offers a High Risk Breast Clinic to help those patients learn more earlier. Information is collected as part of an annual mammogram and used to calculate the estimated lifetime risk for developing breast cancer using an assessment model. Patients with more than a 20% lifetime risk may be eligible for additional high-risk screenings including a breast MRI and genetic testing, along with additional consultation.


Learn more about the High Risk Breast Clinic and watch a recent News 4 story on the program.

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