Breast diseases, especially breast cancer, affect key areas of life and often cause anxiety. Our specialists aim to alleviate your fears and support you on your journey.
Our Brustzentrum is your first point of contact after you or your doctor have discovered an abnormality in your breast. You will get to know our specialists during consultations with them. In many cases, it will already possible to rule out breast cancer at this stage.
But even with a definite diagnosis of ‘breast cancer’, many patients can now be fully cured. Diagnosed at an early stage, breast cancer can often be operated on in a way that conserves more of the breast and the lymph nodes. It is essential to use the most modern diagnostic methods and therapeutic procedures.
We determine the further course of treatment with you and your family during the breast consultation. An interdisciplinary team of gynaecologists, a breast care nurse, radiologists, radiotherapists, pathologists, oncologists and genetic counsellors decide on further treatment together with you in a weekly meeting. We always take the latest scientific knowledge into account and are constantly up to date.
Our medical teams work closely and in coordination with the nursing, physiotherapy and psycho-oncology specialists. Pastoral care workers complement and support the doctors and nursing staff in their daily work. We also work with an extensive network of regional referring doctors.
At Brustzentrum Zürich Plus along with our partner, Brust-Zentrum Zürich, we offer our patients comprehensive and professional diagnosis and treatment of breast diseases.
We will be happy to answer your questions in a one-to-one conversation.
Key areas and specialities
Prevention & diagnosis
Breast care nurse
Breast Centre - our services
Besucher sind täglich von 13.30 bis 20.00 Uhr herzlich willkommen.
Für Eltern von Kindern und Angehörige schwerkranker Patienten gelten Ausnahmeregelungen.
Auf den Privat- und Halbprivatabteilungen können in Absprache mit dem Pflegepersonal individuelle Termine vereinbart werden.
Intensivpatienten können von ihren nächsten Angehörigen und Bezugspersonen, nach Absprache mit dem Pflegepersonal, auf der Intensivstation besucht werden.