Martha B. Webber Breast Care Center

The Martha B. Webber Breast Care Center offers timely access to state-of-the-art screening and diagnostic, clinical, and care support services by a multi-disciplinary team of providers. Services are provided in a comforting environment where patients get the results they need quickly and compassionately.

Digital mammograms are performed with advanced medical equipment and a board-certified radiologist interprets each exam. A care support nurse is available to personally guide each patient through the screening, diagnosis, and if necessary, the treatment process.

The Martha B. Webber Breast Care Center demonstrates its commitment to providing the highest level of quality breast care to its patients by earning the highest level attainable from the National Quality Measures for Breast Centers Program™: Level III: Certified Quality Breast Center. This quality program measures the performance of key indicators of data, such as timeliness of care from screening mammograms to diagnostic mammograms, surgical timeliness of care from time between needle biopsy and initial breast surgery, and pathology report completeness, among others.
For Mammogram and Imaging Appointments

Franklin Health Medical Arts Center, Farmington 779-2375
Androscoggin Valley Medical Arts Center, Livermore Falls 779-2375
Care Support Nurse Services 779-2405



  • Digital mammography
  • Diagnostic mammography
  • Breast ultrasound
  • Stereotactic needle biopsy
  • Physical therapy, including lymphedema treatment
  • Post-Operative care support
  • Wig and prosthesis referrals
  • Support groups
  • Surgical services
  • Community education and resources

You may never need more than a mammogram from us. But should you ever have an abnormal screening, you’ll have the peace of mind of knowing that you are in the right place with the right people—a compassionate team of professionals who will collaborate on the most effective diagnostic procedures and treatment for you.

Our Center offers stereotactic needle biopsy: a low-radiation, outpatient procedure that is an important new tool in the fight against breast cancer. It is used to determine if breast abnormalities found on a mammogram are cancerous or benign. Compared to surgery, stereotactic needle biopsy is quicker and less painful, has fewer complications and minimal recovery time, and only requires local anesthesia. Since most women with an abnormal mammogram do not have breast cancer, stereotactic needle biopsy can spare you the discomfort and scarring associated with a surgical biopsy.

Need a mammogram?

To schedule a mammogram, contact your primary care provider.
Primary Care