Memorial Women's Imaging Center

Please call our Imaging Scheduling Line at 575-521-5270 to make an appointment.

Memorial Women’s Imaging Center has elevated the mammography experience for women in southern New Mexico.  The Center is solely dedicated to women, offering a private waiting area and comfortable atmosphere, along with refreshments and snacks.

Women at Memorial Women’s Imaging center have the advantage of a more comfortable and relaxing exam with the latest technology from GE Healthcare – the 3D Senographe Pristina™ machine. Our new 3D mammography provides an exceptionally sharp and detailed image for breast cancer detection and diagnosis - and at the same dose as standard 2D mammography, an advantage that no other 3D mammography in our region offers.*

Reshape your mammography experience with comfort, confidence, clarity and superior accuracy.  Never has a mammography system been so focused on patients, technologists and radiologists alike – putting everyone in a better position for a more relaxing experience and effective care.

An annual mammogram is recommended for women starting at age 40, unless there is a history of breast cancer in the family. 

Services

  • 3D Mammography 
  • Mammography 
  • Bone Density 
  • Ultrasound 
  • Ultrasound needle core and needle localization biopsy
  • Stereotactic Breast Biopsy
  • DEXA (Dual-energy X-ray absorptiometry)

The Women’s Imaging Center at the Memorial HealthPlex now offers 3D Mammograms with greater comfort and less radiation than any other 3D mammography available in our region. Click here for more information.

Hours and Location

Hours

Monday - Friday 8AM -4PM
Saturdays 8AM - 4PM (by appointment)

Location

Memorial Women's Imaging Center
In the Memorial HealthPlex
2735 E. Northrise, Las Cruces

*GE screening protocol consists of 3D CC/MLO + V-Preview CC/MLO, V-Preview is the 2D synthesized image generated by GE Seno Iris mammography software from GE DBT images. FDA PMA P130020 http://www.accessdata.fda.gov/scripts/cdrh/cfdocs/cfPMA/pma.cfm, Data on file. Average glandular dose in digital mammography and digital breast tomosynthesis: comparison of phantom and patient data. Bouwman, R. W. and al., et. 2015, Physics in Medicine & Biology, pp. 7893-7907.