Three patient navigators stand with the CBCC van

Capital Breast Care Center provides navigation to mammography screening providers convenient to where you live, including the Betty Lou Ourisman Breast Health Center at MedStar Georgetown University Hospital and Breast Imaging Center at MedStar Washington Hospital Center. Learn more about our services.

What Others Say About CBCC

This video highlights CBCC’s role in navigating a woman to screening and treatment for breast cancer before her untimely death.

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Office of Minority Health & Health Disparities Research

Engages in research focused on reducing cancer disparities among the underserved and ethnic minority populations in the District of Columbia.

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Georgetown Lombardi Comprehensive Cancer Center

The only National Cancer Institute (NCI)-designated Comprehensive Cancer Center in the Washington, D.C., area

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We can navigate you to the services you need, including mammography and cervical cancer screening.

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DC Black Pride, hosted by the Center for Black Equity

CBCC is happy to announce that we will co-host DC Black Pride this year in partnership with the Center for Black Equity. We would like to invite all of our patients, partners and supporters to come to our “Rainbow Row” vending event from 5-9 PM at the Renaissance Marriott Hotel, located at 999 9th Street NW, Washington, DC on Friday May 27th. Please come and immerse yourself in Rainbow Row, in which we will feature breast health education and other organizations and vendors, by us and for us, that support and sell products for the LGBTQA+ community will be in attendance.

For more than 30 years, DC Black Pride has been a place for the Black LGBTQIA+ community to gather and celebrate each other. DC Black Pride was the catalyst for what is now referred to as the Black Pride Movement.