A comprehensive, integrated approach
When you have a breast problem, you want prompt diagnosis, state-of-the-art treatment, expert care and sensitive, knowledgeable guidance and support. At MidState, our sophisticated capabilities result in outcomes that meet or exceed national averages.
- Highly trained, caring physicians, nurses and other clinicians specially recruited for their expertise and qualifications
- State-of-the-art technology
- An integrated, multidisciplinary approach to ensure efficient, optimal care
- Personal attention from a registered nurse who will coordinate your care
- Convenient, same-day scheduling of visits with Medical Oncology and Radiation Oncology
- Breast Conservation Surgery/Lumpectomy
- Axillary Node Dissection
- Sentinel Node Biopsy
- Breast Reconstruction
- Individual counseling and support
- Assistance with insurance and financial matters
- Dietary guidance
- Access to genetic counselor
- Spiritual support
- "LOOK GOOD ... FEEL BETTER" -This American Cancer Society program offers hands-on, self-help instruction and education for woman experiencing cancer treatment related side effects. To register, call 203.694.8434.
- Home care services
- Physical/Occupational Therapy
- Referrals for lymphedema management
A holistic approach to traditional medical care, which uses a variety of nutritional, psychological and other complementary therapies.
- Healthy Steps - A therapeutic exercise program for women following breast cancer surgery
- Massage Therapy
- Art Therapy
Connecticut Breast & Cervical Early Detection Program
Women who qualify can receive free mammograms, clinical breast examinations and Pap tests at MidState Medical Center through the Connecticut Department of Public Health's Connecticut Breast and Cervical Early Detection Program.
For more information and guidelines, call Marie Rose 860.347.6971 x3513.
Want to learn more about Breast Cancer? Become a member of our excellent new online breast cancer education program.