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Excela Health

Breast Health Center

Screening mammography made easy

     • No appointment needed.

     • No doctor's order needed.

     • Every Wednesday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.


No insurance?  Call 1-877-771-1234 before "walking in" and we'll help with that, too.  (Must be 12 months from previous mammogram.)

Walk-in Wednesdays offered at:

Excela Latrobe Hospital
One Mellon Way, Latrobe, Pa.  15650

Excela Square at Norwin
8775 Norwin Avenue, North Huntingdon, Pa.  15644

Frick Hospital
508 South Church Street, Mount Pleasant, Pa.  15666



Excela Health offers a range of breast care services in private, comfortable surroundings where you receive the highest quality treatment and care possible.

In our state-of-the-art mammography suites, certified technologists use the most advanced diagnostic equipment to perform your exam. A full time, board certified radiologist is on hand to interpret results and consult with you, if the need arises.

Excela Health is dedicated to providing highly advanced imaging services to facilitate accurate diagnosis of breast malignancies. Starting at age 40, women with no known breast problems or symptoms get a screening mammogram. Women with one or more breast problems, such as a lump or change in the breast, get a diagnostic mammogram, ordered by their physician.  Our women’s imaging services include:

• Digital mammography

• Breast MRI

• Breast ultrasound

• Stereotactic breast biopsy

• Specialty-trained radiologists for interpreting breast images

• Computer-aided diagnostics

Genetic Testing For Breast Cancer

Every woman carries some risk of developing breast cancer during her lifetime, but some are at more risk than others. Inherited mutations in certain genes are known to raise the breast cancer risk.

You can learn more through a simple oral rinse DNA study, available during consultation with our breast surgeons. The test assesses overall breast cancer risk in women, even if they have no family history. Such information can be useful for women trying to decide when to begin and how often to go for mammography screening. Testing is typically covered by health insurance policies, and our surgeons will help you qualify. Test results are generally ready in two to three weeks.

Knowing you are at high risk for breast cancer opens the door to options for preventing the disease, reducing the risk, or detecting the disease at an early stage, when treatment is more likely to succeed

Any woman concerned about her breast cancer risk is welcome to make an appointment to discuss the possibility of genetic testing.

Adel W. Armanious, MD

Peter Bertin, DO

Lorenzo Bucci, MD

Daniel Clark, MD

John Domit, MD

Geoffrey Joseph, MD

Ted Matthews, MD

Richard E. Payha, MD

Mark A. Zelkovic, MD

Click on the individual surgeon’s name to learn more about them on myexceladoc.org or call 1-855-ExcelaDoc to make an appointment.

Our surgeons see patients in Latrobe, Greensburg, Mount Pleasant, and Excela Square at Norwin in our new Women’s Center.


The American Cancer Society http://www.cancer.org/cancer/breastcancer/index

National Breast Cancer Foundation, Inc. http://www.nationalbreastcancer.org/

 View a Web Chat on Breast Cancer and Treatment Options with General Sugeon, Dr. Lorenzo Bucci.


Our mammography locations include:

Latrobe Hospital, One Mellon Way, Latrobe, Pa. 15650

Frick Hospital, 508 South Church Street, Mount Pleasant, Pa. 15666

Westmoreland Hospital, 532 West Pittsburgh Street, Greensburg, Pa. 15601

Excela Square at Norwin, 8775 Norwin Avenue, North Huntingdon, Pa. 15642


Additional Resources

Find A Physician

3D Mammography, How
it works and what it means

   Walk-in Wednesdays

Kim Riddle shares her breast 
cancer story

Walk in Wednesdays at
Excela Health

Westmoreland County
Hosts PA Breast Cancer
Coalition Photo Exhibit

Dr. Domit explains surgical
options for breast cancer.


Excela Health
Administrative Offices
532 West Pittsburgh Street
Greensburg, PA, 15601