Johns Hopkins Breast Health Services at Suburban Hospital provide a wide range of services and treatment for optimal breast care in Bethesda, Maryland.
We have been recognized by the Commission on Cancer of the American College of Surgeons as a provider of high quality, comprehensive cancer care.
Johns Hopkins Breast Center at Suburban Hospital
8600 Old Georgetown Rd
Bethesda, MD 20814
Monday – Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
We provide comprehensive evaluations, treatment and breast reconstruction services for patients. Our services include following:
Our specialists provide screening and diagnostic testing which include the following services:
We collaborate with the Johns Hopkins University Department of Radiation Oncology and Johns Hopkins Medical Imaging in Bethesda to provide our patients a precise diagnosis.
We provide medical and surgical treatment for breast abnormalities and breast cancer. Our plastic and reconstructive surgeons provide more options and cosmetic solutions following breast cancer surgery. We also offer nipple sparing and skin sparing mastectomy for patients who meet specific pathology criteria.
We offer several support services for patients diagnosed with breast cancer which include the following:
We provide two counseling services for patients diagnosed with breast cancer or those at risk of developing breast cancer:
You may be at an increased risk of developing cancer based on your family's health history. Here are several risk factors to consider:
(Please note: These risk factors are only guidelines. Your individual risk may depend on other factors.)
Adequate nutrition is a concern for many cancer patients. Our oncology dietitian is available to meet with you, one on one, to help you eat better and feel more comfortable throughout your cancer treatment. The oncology dietitian is available for the following:
Any patient — inpatient or outpatient — may meet with our registered dietitian. To consult with the dietitian at any stage of your treatment, ask your breast surgeon or nurse in the radiation oncology, infusion or oncology inpatient department to refer you to the program.