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Breast Care Center

Two Convenient Locations:

St. Clair Hospital Outpatient Center – Village Square 2000 Oxford Drive, Suite 301, Bethel Park, PA 15102

St. Clair Hospital Outpatient Center – Peters 3928 Washington Road, Suite 100, McMurray, PA 15317

To schedule your appointment, please call 412.942.7800.

St. Clair Hospital’s Breast Care Center offers education, early detection, treatment services and the most advanced diagnostic imaging technology in an environment of comfort and convenience. More women are choosing St. Clair’s Breast Care Center, making it western Pennsylvania’s second-largest program.* Over 200 breast surgeries are performed each year at St. Clair.

Our experienced and dedicated breast surgeons and diagnostic radiologists read more than 15,000 mammograms annually and they, along with medical and radiation oncologists, pathologists, nurse navigators, and plastic and reconstructive surgeons, help guide patient care and treatment through every step of treatment.

St. Clair’s principal Breast Care Center is a state-of-the-art suite at the St. Clair Hospital Outpatient Center – Village Square, Bethel Park. Because having a mammogram is an emotional and often stressful event for women, the center offers a space with a higher level of comfort and aesthetics than what is typically found in medical settings. There are private dressing rooms, including two that are directly attached to a mammography room. Even the acoustics were addressed in the facility, with soundproofing on doors to assure confidentiality of conversations with doctors or technicians. The center features three mammography rooms; two ultrasound rooms; three examination rooms; two mammography reading rooms; three offices; and four consulting rooms.

St. Clair Breast Care Center has a second location at the Outpatient Center in Peters Township. Both locations are home to the most advanced imaging equipment, including MRI, ultrasound and digital 3D Breast Tomosynthesis. The all-digital locations allow women to have their mammograms completed in 30 minutes.

1 Source: Pennsylvania Health Care Cost Containment Council

Available List of Services:

Service Details

Prevention and Early Detection Services

  • Digital screening mammograms
  • Digital diagnostic mammograms
  • Self-breast exam teaching
  • Group rates on screening mammograms
  • Annual breast cancer screening
  • American Cancer Society mammogram voucher program

Diagnostic Services

  • Comprehensive breast imaging consultation for breast problems, including mammography with special imaging techniques and breast ultrasound. Immediate results provided.
  • Breast localizations
  • Breast biopsies: ultrasound
  • Cyst aspirations
  • Complete pathology evaluation, including cytology and histology of breast tissue
  • MRI
  • 3D Breast Tomosynthesis

Support Services

  • Assistance with navigation through the complex health care system
  • Social Services
  • Look Good – Feel Better®
  • Breast Cancer Support Group
  • Wig Salon
  • Nutritional counseling service
  • Individual counseling service
  • “Satchels of Caring” from CREW Pittsburgh
  • DVD exercise program for breast cancer survivors

About Dr. Budway and Dr. Grahovac

Raye J. Budway, M.D.

Raye J. Budway, M.D. specializes in breast surgery. She earned her medical degree at Hahnemann University in Philadelphia. Dr. Budway completed her residency training in general surgery at The Western Pennsylvania Hospital and a fellowship in surgical critical care at UPMC. She previously served as the Site Program Director for the Allegheny General Hospital General Surgery Residency Program, and Director of the Surgical Breast Disease Program and Surgical Intensive Care at West Penn Hospital. She is board-certified in surgical critical care and general surgery. She is a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons and serves on the Fellowship’s Commission on Cancer.

Tara L. Grahovac, M.D.

Tara L. Grahovac, M.D. specializes in breast surgery. She earned her medical degree at the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine, Cincinnati, Ohio. Dr. Grahovac completed her residency in general surgery at Allegheny General Hospital, and a fellowship in breast surgery at UPMC Magee Womens Hospital. She is board-certified by the American Board of Surgery and is certified as a trained clinical fellow in breast surgical oncology by a Society of Surgical Oncology-accredited program.

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