We are committed to providing you with personalized, high-quality breast health evaluations. We’re focused on ensuring that your care is comprehensive and timely — biopsy results are usually available within 24 hours — and that our dedicated staff addresses your questions and concerns.
We are the FIRST in the State of Virginia / City of Richmond with BREAST MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGING (MRI) AMERICAN COLLEGE of RADIOLOGY (ACR) ACCREDITATION and Richmond’s FIRST breast imaging facility to earn the ACR BREAST IMAGING CENTER OF EXCELLENCE designation. VCU Breast Imaging is part of an interdisciplinary team at the VCU Massey Cancer Center that includes pathologists, surgical oncologists, medical oncologists, radiation oncologists, plastic surgeons, nurses and geneticists — all with specialty training in breast cancer.
Dr. Gilda Cardeñosa's newest publication:
Dr. Gilda Cardeñosa's presentations:
January 2015 - North Carolina ACR 21st Annual Breast Imaging Weekend Review, Charlotte, North Carolina - 2 lectures given.
September 12-13, 2014 - Team Approach to Breast Imaging Conference. Duluth, Minnesota - 8 lectures given
August 4-8, 2014 - 19th Annual Mammography in Santa Fe. Santa Fe, New Mexico - 3 lectures given
July 28-30, 2014 - Breast Imaging 2014: A Workstation-based interactive course on early breast cancer detection and diagnosis. Hong Kong, China
March 2014 - Breast Imaging 2014, Naples, Florida - 4 lectures given
"My new license plate represents a small visual token of my appreciation to my great team at MCV...y'all are wonderful!"
"Efficient — they took me right on time and I was in and out in a half hour. The technologist was friendly and caring, spoke in a soothing voice, answered my questions thoroughly and even said ‘sorry’ during the tough parts. I really like the private waiting room. The whole experience was as pleasant as could be and inspired confidence in your diagnostic excellence.”
“I am getting my entire neighborhood and all friends to call and come here for everything. I’m very happy with my experiences.”
– Excerpts from VCU Breast Imaging patient satisfaction surveys.