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Leading-Edge Technology

Leading-edge technology means better outcomes.

Over the years, Frederick Health has invested in the latest technologies, treatment environments, and expert providers to deliver quality healthcare to the Frederick community.

Our investment in the latest cancer technologies have led to more comfortable screenings, earlier detection, shorter and more accurate treatments, and improved outcomes for our patients.

This technology is available at our Rose Hill and Crestwood campus. To schedule your annual mammogram screening, call 240-566-3300.

CyberKnife technology you won’t find anywhere else in the region.

The CyberKnife M6 is the newest CyberKnife technology available in the industry, and you’ll only find it at our James M Stockman Cancer Institute.

The latest CyberKnife treats larger tumors and provides shorter, more efficient treatments, with increased accuracy and patient comfort.


Breast cancer risk-assessment tools are the first step toward prevention.

Knowing your genetic risk for developing breast cancer can help you make more informed healthcare decisions.

If you are at increased risk, our expert team can help you determine the need for enhanced screenings, additional imaging or medical treatments. Determining your risk of developing breast cancer is the first step in prevention of the disease.


Clearer mammography images lead to improve breast cancer detection.

3-D mammography is the latest technology in breast cancer detection. Unlike 2-D mammography, this technology takes more breast images with greater accuracy. These capabilities lead to fewer unnecessary biopsies and additional testing.

For women with dense breast tissue, 3-D mammography detects cancer that would otherwise go unnoticed.

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