Multidisciplinary Breast Clinic
The multidisciplinary breast clinic at the USC Breast Center brings your entire breast cancer care team to you, in one place, on one day, to create a personal care plan that’s right for you. Whether you need to see all, or just some, of our breast specialists, the multidisciplinary breast clinic is a place where you can conveniently meet with our experts one-on-one — without having to make multiple visits.
- Convenient, easy access to cancer experts
- Multidisciplinary approach to care
- Multiple consultations on the same day
- Patient-centered care
- Personalized treatment options
- Same-day consensus on treatment plan
A team approach
Before you arrive at the multidisciplinary breast clinic, your breast cancer team reviews your information and outlines a plan that’s based on their collective expertise and the latest advances in cancer treatment.
Your same-day integrated care team includes:
- Nurse navigator
- Surgical oncologists
- Plastic and reconstructive surgeons
- Medical oncologists
- Radiation oncologists
- Breast radiologists
- Genetic counselors
- Occupational therapists
- Physical therapists
- Social workers
Your entire team at your fingertips
Meeting with our breast specialists on the same day gives you the opportunity to ask your care team questions and work together toward a common goal. It also streamlines the time between breast cancer diagnosis and care, while saving you time and travel.
Once you’ve met with each person on your care team, you’ll be given a binder with comprehensive details about your customized treatment plan, along with helpful educational materials.
The multidisciplinary breast clinic is located on the third floor of the state-of-the-art Norris Healthcare Center, located near Keck Hospital of USC on USC’s Health Sciences Campus. View all USC Breast Center locations »
|Norris Healthcare Center (HC3)
1516 San Pablo St.
Los Angeles, CA 90033 | Map It
(800) USC-CARE (800-872-2273)
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