The Memorial Hermann Breast Care Center in Southeast Houston offers comprehensive screening and diagnostic breast care services close to home. The team of experienced, fellowship-trained breast radiologists is dedicated to breast imaging and procedures. Patients receive personal attention – including same-day appointments when available.
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The results of you breast imaging exams should be available directly to your health care provider within 24-48 hours after the exam, Monday-Friday. You can also securely view your breast imaging results online through your Everyday Well account.
Everyday Well connects you with the latest tools to help you manage your health, including easy access to details of any recent medical tests including your breast imaging results. To get started, provide your email address at the time of your visit. Once you receive your invitation email, click on "Accept Invitation" and follow the steps to create your Everyday Well account. You may also click here to sign up. Easily access Everyday Well on your computer, tablet and smartphone with the Everyday Well app or by visiting EverydayWell.com.
The Memorial Hermann Southeast Breast Care Center is fully accredited by the American College of Radiology and certified by the Mammography Quality Standards Act (MQSA).
The Breast Care Center is located in the Outpatient Services building of Memorial Hermann Southeast Hospital. This campus map shows parking and entrance information for the Outpatient Services building. For a larger, printable campus map, click the image or the link below.
Free parking is available in the visitor lot in front of the main hospital entrance, and handicapped parking is clearly identified. Memorial Hermann Breast Care Center at Southeast also offers free valet service for your convenience. Please do not park along the hospital’s front curb. This is a fire zone and should only be used for patient drop-off and pickup.