Avista Breast Care Center

Avista Adventist Hospital

100 Health Park Dr
Louisville, Colorado 80027

Mon.-Thurs. 7 a.m.- 6:40 p.m.
Fri. 7 a.m. - 4:40 p.m.

39.9519333, -105.1517462

Latitude: 39.9519333, Longitude: -105.1517462

Avista Breast Care Center

Avista Adventist Hospital

About Avista Breast Care Center

We’re here to provide complete care for all of your breast health needs.

You may not have thought about us at all before today, but we’ve spent years preparing the best multidisciplinary breast care team for you. You will receive all the practical information you need from risk factors and early detection to screening and surgery options to help you live your life to the fullest today – and tomorrow. 

Early detection of breast cancer – when it’s small and hasn’t spread – makes it easier to treat and results in better outcomes. At the Avista Breast Care Center we believe that by providing patients with advanced technology and dedicated specialists, we can provide patients with the best possible future.

Woman with pink ribbon Mammograms save lives.

Offering 3D Mammography 

The Avista Breast Care Center is committed to providing expert, accurate and comfortable mammography screening services.

Phone: 844-642-2273

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A Preemptive Strike Against Breast Cancer

Jessica underwent a double mastectomy to reduce her risk of breast cancer. Over the last 12 years, the 37-year-old wife and mother had undergone three breast cancer scares and biopsies. Jessica’s mother suffered with breast and ovarian cancer for 12 years before losing her battle. Jessica did not want her son to deal with that sort of loss. Dr. Gerlinde Tynan, a dedicated breast surgeon, performed the double mastectomy and was able to reduce Jessica’s lifetime risk of cancer from 40 percent to less than 3 percent.

Learn more about breast surgical care.

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Jessica's Story: A Preemptive Strike Against Breast Cancer

A Preemptive Strike Against Breast Cancer

Jessica underwent a double mastectomy to reduce her risk of breast cancer. Over the last 12 years, the 37-year-old wife and mother had undergone three breast cancer scares and biopsies. Jessica’s mother suffered with breast and ovarian cancer for 12 years before losing her battle. Jessica did not want her son to deal with that sort of loss. Dr. Gerlinde Tynan, a dedicated breast surgeon, performed the double mastectomy and was able to reduce Jessica’s lifetime risk of cancer from 40 percent to less than 3 percent.

Learn more about breast surgical care.