Breast Surgery Treatment Centers

The breast surgery team at Comprehensive Cancer Centers, an affiliate of The US Oncology Network, offers the most current and effective treatment options for non-cancer and cancer related diseases of the breast.

Comprehensive has four breast surgery treatment centers in Nevada offering treatment options including minimally invasive breast biopsies, sentinel lymph node biopsies and more.

Each location has either a physician, or several physicians, all dedicated to delivering the highest level of care to our patients. Treatment includes also access to groundbreaking clinical research.

Warm Springs Breast Surgery Center
1485 W. Warm Springs Road, Suite 105
Henderson, NV 89014
702-990-6360
Click here for a map for our Warm Springs Road Breast Surgery Center
Physician
Josette E. Spotts, MD, FACS
M. Ferra Lin-Duffy, DO

Maryland Parkway Breast Surgery Center
3006 S. Maryland Parkway, Suite 270
Las Vegas, NV 89109
702-369-6008
Click here for a map for our Maryland Parkway Breast Surgery Center
Physician
Margaret A. Terhar, MD, FACS

Summerlin Medical Center I-II Breast Surgery Center
653 N. Town Center Drive, Suite 402
Las Vegas, NV 89144
Tel: 702-243-7200
Fax: 702-228-9410
Rachel Shirley, DO

Sunset Road Breast Surgery Center
9280 W. Sunset Road, Suite 100
Las Vegas, NV 89148
702-255-1133
Click here for a map for our Sunset Road Breast Surgery Center
Physicians
Souzan El-Eid, MD, FACS

Breast Surgery Division Specialties
Breast Cancer
Breast Related Diseases
Clinical Research

SERVICES

The breast surgery division at Comprehensive Cancer offers multiple treatment options including, but not limited to, the following services:

Accelerated Partial Breast Irradiation: Localized treatment (brachytherapy) that involves the insertion of a catheter to deliver a highly effective dose of radiation while greatly reducing treatment time.

Clinical Research Studies: Allows for access to cutting edge treatment and therapies before they become available to the general public.

Genetic Risk Screening and Analysis: Individuals at risk for familial and genetic breast cancer have options for surveillance and preventative intervention.

Breast Biopsy: A procedure to determine the pathology of a mass, this includes in-office needle biopsies or surgical biopsies.

Breast Diagnostic and Therapeutic Procedures: Ultrasound guided cyst aspirations and needle breast biopsies.

Breast Exam and Breast Care Education: Breast examination by a physician with many years of experience as a specialist, and expert instruction in breast care techniques.

Breast Ultrasound: A noninvasive test to produce internal images of the breast for diagnosis and treatment.

Lumpectomy: A surgical procedure to remove a benign or malignant tumor and surrounding normal breast tissue.

Mammogram Review: An expert image review and consultation.

Management of Benign Breast Disease: Cysts, fibroadenomas, fibrocystic breast disease and breast pain all require expert management.

Mastectomy: The complete removal of the breast.

Nipple Sparing Mastectomy: A mastectomy procedure that removes the breast tissue sparing the nipple, if pathology allows.

Oncoplastic Breast Surgery: The latest surgical method that combines cosmetic surgery techniques with breast surgical oncology for the most natural outcome.

Sentinel Lymph Node Biopsy: A surgical procedure of the underarm lymph nodes to determine if cancer has spread from its original site.