Trio Breast Center at Parker Adventist Hospital
To schedule your appointment with The Trio Breast Center call 303-269-4150.
The Trio Breast Center at Parker Adventist Hospital has received the "gold standard" in accreditation for breast centers nationally. After a recent survey, the National Accreditation Program for Breast Centers (NAPBC), which is administered by the American College of Surgeons, granted the three-year full accreditation designation to Parker's breast program.
This accreditation means that women in the Parker and surrounding communities have access to a comprehensive breast cancer program that meets the highest standards in patient care, including offering the most current treatments to achieve the best possible outcomes as evidenced by medical research.
When you choose The Trio Breast Center, your mammogram will be read twice, first by our certified breast radiologists and then with a computer-aided second read program.
The Trio Breast Center is fully accredited by the FDA and the American College of Radiology and meets all requirements set forth by MQSA--Mammography Quality Standards Act.
- Screening and Diagnostic Mammograms and Breast Ultrasound
- Ultrasound Core and Vacuum-assisted Biopsies
- Aspiration and Localization
- Stereotactic Needle Biopsies
- Breast MRI
- Bone Densitometry Screening
Parker Hospital offers our breast patients a Breast Patient Navigator. This is a medical professional who assists breast patients throughout their breast journey, from screening mammograms through survivorship.
At the Trio Breast Center, we are committed to saving lives with early detection of breast cancer through and believe you deserve compassionate care and the very best in technology. To schedule your appointment, call 303-269-4150.
Mammography Guidelines Statement:
Dr. Monique Fox, Dr. Christine Rogness, and Dr. Nadine Mikhaeel- physicians on medical staff at the Trio Breast Center - understand the complexity regarding the controversial recommendations recently released by the US Preventive Services Task Force. We continue to recommend screening mammography on an annual basis beginning at the age of 40, in accordance with the guidelines established by the American Cancer Society. We realize this may cause confusion and great concern to the women in our community. It is our belief that the best decisions regarding a woman's health should be founded on the partnership between the woman and her physician. Ultimately, what is decided should be based on evidence-based medicine and the unique qualities of every patient. That is why we are here, to support you and help you understand the issues surrounding this controversy. We will aid you in making the very best decision for you as a patient. Please contact us should you have any questions, concerns, or needs regarding this. We are here for you.
The American College of Surgeons (ACoS) recently released comments strongly supporting current American Cancer Society (ACS) screening mammography guidelines. The College is supporting the ACS guidelines despite the recent recommendations from the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force.To review the ACoS statement as well as the ACS guidelines, click on the following links: