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  • Marion-Louise Saltzman Women’s Center
    Einstein Medical Center Philadelphia
    5501 Old York Road
    Philadelphia, PA. 19141
    Phone: (215) 254-2700
    Phone: (215) 456-7890 (Information about SonoCiné)
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    Radiation Oncology at Einstein Medical Center Philadelphia
    5501 Old York Road
    Levy Building - Ground Floor
    Philadelphia, PA 19141
    Phone: 215-456-6280
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    Einstein Medical Center Montgomery Women's Center 
    700 West Germantown Pike
    Second Floor
    East Norriton, PA. 19403
    Phone: 484-622-7800 (To make an appointment with a breast surgeon)
    Phone: 484-622-2778 (To schedule a mammogram or DEXA (bone density) scan appointment)
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    Einstein Center One
    9880 Bustleton Avenue
    Suite 205
    Philadelphia, PA. 19115
    Phone: (215) 676-2222
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     Helpful Phone Numbers 

    General breast health information or referral
    1-800-EINSTEIN (1-800-346-7834) or 215-456-7800

    Einstein Medical Center Philadelphia’s breast surgery office

    Einstein Medical Center Philadelphia’s medical oncology office

    Einstein Medical Center Montgomery's medical oncology office

    Einstein Medical Center Montgomery's radiation oncology office

    Einstein Center One’s breast surgery office

    Einstein Center One’s medical oncology office

    Genetic Counseling

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    Accreditation & Partnerships

    Breast Imaging Center of Excellence (BICOE)
    Breast Imaging Center of Excellence*
    *Einstein Medical Center Philadelphia
    National Accreditation Program for Breast Centers*
    *Einstein Medical Center Philadelphia

    Related Podcasts

    Breast Cancer
    Einstein doctors Lisa Jablon and Donee Patterson discuss tools for treating breast cancer, including targeted therapies for dense breasts, and when to use a mammogram, ultrasound or MRI for best detection.

    Myths About Breast Cancer
    True or False? You don’t need a mammogram if you don’t have a family history of breast cancer? False: At least 60% of breast cancers have no family history at all.

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