Keck Medicine of USC
Univeristy of Southern California
Keck Medicine of USC
Keck Medicine of USC
Keck Medicine of USC is the University of Southern California’s medical enterprise, one of only two university-owned academic medical centers in the Los Angeles area.

USC Breast Center

Find a Location Near You

The USC Breast Center team provides comprehensive care, from breast cancer screening and diagnosis to treatment and long-term follow-up. Breast care services are offered at five locations on or near USC’s Health Sciences Campus east of downtown Los Angeles. Find a location near you.

Our offerings

  • 3-D mammograms
  • Breast cancer surgery
  • Chemotherapy
  • Dietician
  • Genetic counseling
  • Multidisciplinary clinic
  • Occupational and physical therapy
  • Plastic/reconstructive surgery
  • Psycho-oncology
  • Radiation therapy

Clinic Locations

Norris Healthcare Center (HC3)Norris Healthcare Center (HC3)
1516 San Pablo St.
Los Angeles, CA 90033 | Map It
(800) USC-CARE (800-872-2273)

Keck Hospital of USCKeck Hospital of USC
1500 San Pablo St.
Los Angeles, CA 90033 | Map It
(800) USC-CARE (800-872-2273)
USC Norris Cancer HospitalUSC Norris Cancer Hospital
1441 Eastlake Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 90033 | Map It
(800) USC-CARE (800-872-2273)
USC Verdugo Hills Hospital
1812 Verdugo Blvd.
Glendale, CA 91208 | Map It
(818) 790-7100
USC Healthcare Center
830 S. Flower St.
Los Angeles, CA 90017 | Map It
(800) USC-CARE (800-872-2273)
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News and Stories

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