Welcome to Advanced Breast Care

Dr Minnick wants to educate her patients about breast cancer and

to empower them to choose which Doctors will be part of their 

cancer care team.

 

 

**Wellington**

12160 South Shore Blvd

Suite 103

Wellington, FL 33414

 

**West Palm Beach**

1309 North Flagler Drive

(Inside Florida Cancer Institute)

West Palm Beach, FL 33401

 

Phone 1-561-798-7494

 

Fax 1-978-327-7952

 

Hours:    Mon    Wound Care @ Hospital

              Tue     Breast Care @ Wellington

                            9am to 5:30pm

              Wed    Breast Care @ West Palm Beach

                            8:30am to 12:00pm

              Thu     Breast Care @ Wellington

                            9am to 5:30pm

              Fri       Wound Care @ Hospital

              Sat      CLOSED

              Sun     CLOSED

What you can expect of Dr Minnick & the services she provides.

 

At Advanced Breast Care of the Palm Beaches, Dr. Minnick uses the latest technology to provide state of the art care with her signature small town personal touch. Dr. Minnick works with the patient’s existing physicians such as their gynecologist, family doctor, and radiologist to investigate and work up each patient’s particular problem. If further testing is needed, Dr. Minnick explains the available options and helps the patient select the option most appropriate for them. This may include additional radiologic tests such as ultrasound or MRI, minimally invasive diagnostic techniques such as ultrasound guided or stereotactic biopsy, and sometimes surgery. Patients are encouraged to bring family or friends to their visits to ask questions and provide support.

For patients with breast cancer, Dr. Minnick works as an integral part of the patient’s care team which may include their own physician, an oncologist, a radiation oncologist, and a plastic surgeon. Discussion of treatment options and coordination of services with other members of the patient’s care team is a key part of her philosophy. Dr. Minnick is skilled in Breast Conservation, often referred to as Lumpectomy. She often performs this in concert with a minimally invasive axillary lymph node biopsy, also known as a Sentinel Node Biopsy. If mastectomy is selected by the patient, Dr. Minnick offers the patient the opportunity to have immediate reconstruction by a plastic surgeon.