The Breast Centers of Covenant Health offer digital mammography, breast MRI, and breast ultrasound. And many of our centers now offer 3D mammography, which allows the radiologist to better detect smaller cancers – even with dense breast tissue.

We have more breast centers located throughout the region, so convenient access to breast health is always nearby. Click on the links below to learn more about each breast center.

Claiborne Medical Center

1850 Old Knoxville Road, Tazewell

(423) 626-4211


Cumberland Medical Center

421 South Main Street, Crossville

(931) 459-7040


Fort Loudoun Women’s Imaging Services

550 Fort Loudoun Medical Center Drive, Lenoir City

(865) 271-6070


The Breast Center at Fort Sanders West

210 Fort Sanders West Blvd., Building 3, Suite 100, Knoxville

(865) 531-5400

Offers tomosynthesis 3D mammography


LeConte Comprehensive Breast Center

742 Middle Creek Road, Sevierville

(865) 446-8000

Offers tomosynthesis 3D mammography


The Breast Center
at Morristown Regional Diagnostic Center

901 West Fourth North Street

Morristown (423) 492-6500

Offers tomosynthesis 3D mammography


Oak Ridge Breast Center

Cheyenne Ambulatory Center

944 Oak Ridge Turnpike, Suite 300, Oak Ridge

(865) 835-3760

Offers tomosynthesis 3D mammography


Parkwest Comprehensive Breast Center

9349 Park West Boulevard, Knoxville

(865) 373-7010

Offers tomosynthesis 3D mammography


Roane Women’s Center
for Mammography and Bone Densitometry

8045 Roane Medical Center Drive, Harriman

(865) 316-2675


Thompson Comprehensive Breast Center

1915 White Avenue, Knoxville

(865) 331-1624

Offers tomosynthesis 3D mammography


Raising Breast Cancer Awareness

The key to successfully treating cancer is early detection. Covenant Health Breast Centers offer education, special screening programs, and community outreach throughout the year to promote early detection. Check the website regularly for announcements about these special events or call Covenant Health at (865) 541-4500.

Breast Cancer Screening Guidelines

  • Monthly: self breast exam
  • Every 3 years after age 20: clinical breast exam
  • At the age of 40 and older: the American College of Radiology and American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists recommend annual screening mammograms