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About MetroWest Medical Center

Welcome to MetroWest Medical Center.  Our two hospitals in Natick and Framingham offer advanced diagnostic and treatment options for a wide range of healthcare needs. We have been serving our community for over 125 years, and we are committed to providing high quality, compassionate care, at a location close to home.

Whether you come to our hospitals for emergency care, to receive cancer treatment, for surgery, to share the birth of your baby with us, or for any other medical need, you can expect to receive excellent, comprehensive care from our highly skilled, award winning, physicians and staff. We are committed to earning the trust of every patient, family, and community member that walks through our doors by ensuring that our care meets the highest possible standards of care, every time.

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News & Announcements

3D Mammography Program Expands at the MetroWest Wellness Center

Jan 29, 2021
3D-MammoMetroWest Medical Center is excited to announce the expansion of its 3D mammography capability with the addition of a new machine. Utilizing advanced breast tomosynthesis technology, these exams are clinically proven to significantly increase the detection of breast cancers, and also decrease the number of women asked to return for additional testing.

“By offering this new technology, we are investing in our community,” says Ava Collins, CEO of MetroWest Medical Center. “Making these mammograms available at the MetroWest Wellness Center will allow our patients to conveniently receive high quality diagnostic imaging right in their own neighborhood”.

In conventional 2D Mammography, overlapping tissue is a leading reason why small breast cancers may be missed and normal tissue may appear abnormal, leading to unnecessary callbacks. A 3D exam includes a three-dimensional method of imaging that can greatly reduce the tissue overlap effect.

Many women with breast cancer show no symptoms, making screening even more important. The American Cancer Society recommends annual mammograms for women aged 45-55; and once every one or two years for ages 55+.