Cancer Screening

Prostate-Specific Antigen Screening (PSA) measures the PSA levels in your blood, which can alert your doctor to the existence of a benign prostate condition or more serious problems such as cancer.

Ultrasounds and Mammograms* are cancer screening tests for women, particularly for breast cancer.

Biopsies extract tissues, cells, or fluids from the body so that your doctor can determine whether a suspicious finding is cancerous.

Pap Smears are an important preventive intervention for cervical cancer in women.

Skin Cancer Screening includes a total body examination and an evaluation of the patient’s sun exposure, need for sun protection and genetic history of melanoma (skin cancer).

Colonoscopies* are a preventive measure in preventing colon cancer for men and women.

MRIs* can be a powerful tool in identifying breast cancer and other cancers in the body.

Family History Assessment of cancer can be critical in determining an individual’s risk for cancer.

Blood Cancer Markers are molecules in the blood or tissue that are associated with cancer and whose identification is useful in diagnosis and treatment.

* Tests marked with an asterisk are those for which we provide trusted outside referrals.