St Marks Breast Centre
Private Service, Breast, Cancer Network Group, Radiology
St Marks Breast Centre
St Marks Breast Centre provides a state-of-the-art breast care facility for women (and men) of all ages. We are a Centre of Excellence for the management of all forms of breast disease and breast problems.
Our team includes:
- breast physicians (see below under "Breast Physicians")
- breast care nurses
- surgeons (see below under "Consultants")
- radiologists (see below under "Consultants")
- an oncologist
- a counsellor
- a physiotherapist.
Our team can offer immediate multidisciplinary review of any of your breast concerns.
• Screening Mammography
• Stereotactic Mammotome Biopsy
• Further Assessment of Mammogram Detected Abnormalities
• Diagnostic Appointments with a Breast Physician
• Breast Cancer Surgery, Treatment & Care
Breast disorders may be noncancerous (benign - see further information below) or cancerous (malignant) and range from conditions that require no treatment to those that require immediate and major surgery.
Many of the patients visiting St Marks Breast Centre will be referred by their General Practitioner or another medical specialist. Self referrals however, are always accepted although we would always encourage keeping the General Practitioner updated with the outcome so that they can continue to provide appropriate primary healthcare.
Some private health insurance companies require you to be referred by your General Practitioner in order to validate your health insurance. Please check this with your individual private health insurance provider.
Appointments can be made by phone, fax or email.
Please bring any previous mammograms, ultrasounds or scans that you have had done with you. If you have a breast problem the first appointment might include a clinical examination, mammogram, ultrasound and biopsy. You should expect to be at St Marks for up to an hour on your first visit. The inital consultation with one of our specialist Breast Surgeons regarding breast augmentation or reduction is free.
|Mon – Fri||7:45 AM – 5:00 PM|
St Marks, 12 St Marks Road, Remuera, Auckland 1050
Procedures / Treatments / Common Conditions
The mammogram is still the gold standard investigation for detecting early breast cancer and the only screening tool that has been shown to decrease the death rate from breast cancer.… More
Even with the best mammograms not all cancers will be detected.… More
Fine Needle Aspiration
This procedure involves inserting a needle through your skin into the breast lump and removing a sample of cells for examination under the microscope. Local anaesthetic will often be used to numb the skin through which the needle passes. More
A core biopsy is where a biopsy needle is put into the breast and a core of tissue is removed.… More
Stereotactic Mammotome Biopsy
The mammotome breast biopsy system enables us to accurately diagnose areas seen on mammogram that are not able to be assessed by clinical examination or breast ultrasound.… More
Breast Cancer Surgery
Partial versus full mastectomy
It is now recognised that, in properly selected women, just removing the part of the breast where the cancer is (partial mastectomy), combined with post-op radiotherapy, has the same survival outcome as removing the whole breast (full mastectomy).… More
Sentinel Node Biopsy
Previously, women diagnosed with invasive breast cancer would have all the lymph nodes removed from the axilla (armpit) on the affected side.… More
Breast reconstruction can be achieved in several different ways and the options and methods that would be suitable will be discussed with each individual woman.… More
Breast augmentation is now a widely accepted procedure and in women with breast cancer the same technique can be used to increase the size of a small non affected breast to match a reconstructed breast.… More
The majority of women having breast reduction surgery do not have cancer but do have medical symptoms of upper back, shoulder and neck discomfort.… More
Benign Breast Conditions
Benign breast disease is very common and in many cases does not require any treatment other than diagnosis and an explanation of the condition. … More
Hospitals and cancer treatment centres
- Private hospitals & clinics
- St Marks Breast Centre Breast Physicians (PDF, 205.9 KB)
A variety of teas, coffee and chilled water are available for your convenience.
The Link bus travels from Britomart to the bottom of Remuera Road, a short walk from the clinic. The overground rail service also has a stop in Remuera Road just around the corner from St Marks Road.
Off street parking is available at all our clinics. On occasions when the clinic is extremely busy this parking might be limited, however plenty of on street parking is also available.
(09) 520 0389 or 0800 ST MARKS
(09) 520 0589
12 St Marks Road
12 St Marks Road
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This page was last updated at 11:03AM on December 21, 2021. This information is reviewed and edited by St Marks Breast Centre.