Specialty Breast Care Coming to Pampa
WHAT: As part of the Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center – Amarillo (TTUHSC), the Breast Center of Excellence will be providing specialty care for women at the Pampa Regional Medical Center.
WHEN: 9 a.m.-3 p.m., Friday (Dec. 13)
WHERE: South Medical Building, 100 W. 30th St. Suite 106, Pampa
EVENT: TTUHSC is giving women in the rural Texas Panhandle access to breast care by providing outpatient clinic time with its physicians in Pampa. Patients will be able to speak with experts about breast cancer, breast health and other topics. Clinic hours will be the second Friday of every month.
TTUHSC plans to expand to other regional towns in the future to make breast care accessible to all people within the Texas Panhandle.
People interested in receiving care may call for an appointment at (806) 356-4659.
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