A lovely facility with friendly staff, the Breast Center provides a warm welcome for women seeking expert breast care. Amenities include beverage service, Internet access, private dressing rooms, lockers, robes and a library.

The Breast Center was the area’s first to offer digital mammography as well as 3D mammography. DEXA bone density and a full spectrum of breast diagnostics are offered.

While the ambience and amenities make a woman feel at home, The Breast Center is – at its core – a state-of-the-art medical facility that offers the latest screening, diagnostic and treatment technologies.

All exams are read on-site so we can provide fast results for women’s imaging services, either at the time of service for diagnostic exams and within 24 to 48 hours for screening mammograms.

Breast Center patients have convenient access to the full range of medical services available at St. David’s Medical Center. Because we offer all services at one facility, we can usually schedule multiple procedures the same day.

Park St. David’s Professional Bldg. (on the campus of St. David’s Medical Center)
900 E. 30th Street, Suite 111
Austin, TX 78705


Schedule by calling (512) 544-8800 or 8803 or emailing Brenda Baumann

7am-6pm Monday thru Friday (phones answered 8am-5:30pm)

Mammograms available by appointment or walk-ins are welcome!


  • Results for screening mammograms in 24-48 hours. Same day results for diagnostic mammograms.
  • Comfortable robes and complimentary coffee in a spa-like setting
  • Free WiFi
  • Free convenient parking
  • Soft foam MammoPads enhance comfort during mammography
  • Medicare and most insurances accepted (discounts available for uninsured)

More About Breast Care

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