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    Women's Breast & Imaging Center
    901 San Bernardino Road, Upland
    909.579.6700
    Rancho Cucamonga Location:
    Rancho San Antonio Medical Plaza
    7777 Milliken Avenue, Rancho Cucamonga
    909.948.8000

    Our state-of-the-art facility, located adjacent to the hospital, provides a full range of women's diagnostic and support services in one convenient location. These services include digital mammograms, ultrasound, breast MRI , stereotactic breast biopsies, bone density scans, breast health education, and patient navigation services.

    Hours of Service

    Bone Density (DXA Scan), Ultrasound, Mammography - Monday - Friday, from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm
    Mammography Only - First Saturday of the month 7:30 am to 11:30 am

    Patient Navigation

    Our Women's Breast and Imaging Center is also equipped to provide you with the resources and support you may need, including clinical trial information, links to community support groups, information and assistance with appointments, treatments, education, and reference materials.

    As an added benefit to our patients, San Antonio Community Hospital (SACH) also offers a patient navigation program. Our Nurse Navigator is available to guide patients through diagnosis, treatment, and follow-up care. If necessary, a process that can sometimes be confusing and stressful.

    Our unique approach to supporting you allows us to be with you every step of the way. For more information, contact our Nurse Navigator at 909.579-6700. For general information on cancer care and support, contact the American Cancer Society at 800.ACS.2345 or at www.cancer.org.

    Clinical Trials

    Our clinical trials program includes surveillance of various types of cancer within the community and educational resources for patients to access national clinical trials. Clinical trials are provided by cooperative research groups that are funded by the National Cancer Institute.

    Our commitment to clinical research is reflected by our dedication to improving the lives of cancer patients today and tomorrow. We know that advancement in the treatment of cancer has resulted from clinical trials.

    For information about clinical trials, please contact our cancer staff at 909.920.6342, or the National Cancer Institute at http://www.cancer.gov/clinicaltrials.

    For Breast Cancer Clinical Trials log on to http://www.cancer.gov/clinicaltrials/ft-breast-cancer.