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Green Spring Station

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The multidisciplinary clinic at Green Spring Station in Lutherville, MD, is designed to evaluate patients with known breast cancer. For patients living in Suburban Baltimore and points north, a single-day consultation with an oncology nurse, a breast surgical oncologist, radiation oncologist and in some cases, a breast plastic and reconstructive surgeon is offered in a convenient location. If a patient has an abnormality, she can be seen by a breast specialist for evaluation.  

We offer comprehensive diagnostic and treatment services, such as:

Multidisciplinary Clinic

A breast cancer diagnosis can be stressful and overwhelming. Our multidisciplinary breast cancer clinic at our Green Spring Station location is designed to evaluate patients with known breast cancer in a comprehensive, single-day setting to minimize the time between diagnosis and treatment. On the day of your appointment, you will meet with a surgical oncologist and a radiation oncologist, who will discuss an appropriate course of treatment for you and answer all of your questions regarding breast cancer. All members of the breast cancer multidisciplinary clinic are committed to providing you and your caregivers the highest qualtiy of care and attention during your time with us.

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What are the services offered at the breast cancer multidisciplinary clinic?

Breast Imaging

At the Johns Hopkins Breast Center, all imaging services are provided by specially-trained Johns Hopkins breast imaging experts. This includes mammography, breast ultrasound, biopsies, and breast MRI. In addition, a diagnostic evaluation of all breast abnormalties will be completed by breast specialists and breast imaging radiologists. Imaging services are offered by Johns Hopkins Imaging, located on the Green Spring Station medical campus.

Radiation Oncology

The Johns Hopkins Breast Center uses external beam radiation for breast cancer radiation therapy. This type of radiation can treat part of the breast (known as partial breast radiation) or the whole breast (known as whole breast radiation). Though the standard of care is six weeks of treatment, there are now three week protocols that have proven to be very effective. Our radiation oncologists are experts in treating patients with breast cancer. Radiation oncology treatment is offered at Green Spring Station.

Our Experts

Surgical Oncology:

Mehran Habibi, M.D.
Lisa Jacobs, M.D.

Radiation Oncology:

Fariba Asrari, M.D
Richard Zellars, M.D.

Contact Us

We are located at:
10753 Falls Road
Pavilion II, Suite 145
Lutherville, MD 21093

Appointments are available at the Johns Hopkins Breast Center at Green Spring Station three days a week. To request an appointment, please call 443-997-8282.
 

Directions

Johns Hopkins Medicine at Green Spring Station is conveniently located at the Baltimore Beltway (I-695) and the Jones Falls Expressway interchange, just minutes from downtown Baltimore, Towson, Owings Mills and Hunt Valley, and only 30 minutes from Columbia, Bel Air, and York, Pennsylvania. Free parking is plentiful. For those using public transportation, the MTA's M10 bus stops on the campus of Green Spring Station.

From the North:
Follow I-83 South to I-695 West, stay in the right hand lane.
Continue to follow I-83 South as you bear right off I-695 onto Exit 23B, Falls Road (MD 25 North).

From the South:
Follow Interstate I-83 North.
As it splits to join I-695, stay to the left, this road becomes Falls Road (MD 25 North).

From Falls Road:
Follow Falls Road North to the second traffic light.
Turn right onto Station Drive.
As you enter the complex, the Falls and Joppa Concourses are located on the right. Continue straight ahead to reach Pavilions I and II. Parking is free and plentiful.

By Public Transportation:
Mass Transit information: 410-539-5000

 

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