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"I do it for my family" -Aimee, survivor
"I do it for my husband"
"I do it for myself" -Kim, survivor

Keep the Promise

It’s not easy to be the center of your family life. Your loved ones count on you, and you always want what’s best for them. That’s why the first step to take care of your family, is to take care of yourself.

At Memorial Healthcare System, we’re committed to providing personalized service with compassionate care. That’s our promise.


When it comes to Breast Cancer, the team at Memorial Breast Cancer Center recognizes the importance of early detection. All diagnostic screenings and digital mammograms are read by board-certified, fellowship-trained radiologists who specialize in mammography. For more information, please visit our page on Memorial Women’s Breast Imaging Services.

A mammogram is an X-ray of the breast. According to the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention, mammograms are the best method to detect breast cancer early when it is easier to treat and before it is big enough to feel or cause symptoms. Having regular mammograms can lower the risk of dying from breast cancer.

For more information on Mammograms, visit our Health Library.

an early detection plan significantly increases your chances of surviving breast cancer.

$50 Tomosynthesis
3-D Mammography

Tomosynthesis is a new kind of digital screening which improves cancer detection while reducing the number of patient recalls.

Learn more about the other imaging services offered at Memorial Healthcare System.

Promotion only valid for the month of May.

Click on the physicians to learn how each keeps their promise.

  • Learn more Mary Hayes, MD Medical Director,
    Women’s Imaging Radiologist
  • Learn more Mayra Frau-Reyna, MD Radiologist


Memorial Breast Cancer Center is the leading breast cancer treatment program in Broward County, offering patients and their families a superior level of individualized care.

The medical oncologists have built a program for individuals at increased risk for breast cancer. This program includes genetic testing, counseling and surveillance for those needing more frequent monitoring. Learn more about Breast Cancer Treatment.

one third of cancer deaths could be decreased if detected and treated early. This means nearly 400,000 lives could be saved every year. (Danaei, 2005 and WHO, 2009)

Click on the physicians to learn how each keeps their promise.

  • Learn more Alejandra Perez, MD Director, Memorial Breast Cancer Center
    Breast Medical Oncologist
  • Learn more Carmen Calfa, MD Breast Medical Oncologist
  • Learn more Maricer Escalon, MD Breast Medical Oncologist
  • Learn more Aruna Mani, MD Breast Medical Oncologist
  • Learn more Ana Botero, MD Radiation Oncologist


Breast cancer surgery can play a vital role in the treatment of the disease as advances provide new methods for safely and effectively removing tumors. In addition to their proven and precise surgical skills, Memorial’s dedicated breast surgical oncologists are devoted patient advocates who provide emotional support and sensitive guidance. Learn more about Breast Cancer Treatment.

89% of women diagnosed with breast cancer are still alive 5 years after their diagnosis, which is due to detection and treatment. (Parkin, 2008)

Click on the physicians to learn how each keeps their promise.

  • Learn more Phyllis Neimark, MD Medical Director,
    Division of Breast Surgical Oncology
    Breast Surgical Oncologist
  • Learn more Mindy Williams, MD Breast Surgical Oncologist
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