The Belkin Breast Imaging Center provides state of the art breast imaging care to all patients receiving their care at Boston Medical Center. Whether you have a problem or are just coming in for a screening exam, we are committed to providing you with the best care possible.

Location and Contact

Belkin Breast Imaging Center
830 Harrison Avenue, Boston, MA 02118
1st Floor, Suite 1300
Moakley Building

Monday – Friday 7 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Saturday 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.


The Department of Radiology at Boston Medical Center is a full-service, academic medical imaging department that performs over 350,000 screening, diagnostic, and interventional pr…

Breast Cancer Program

BMC’s Breast Cancer Program team is here for you from diagnosis through the end of your treatment, with comprehensive care built around you and your life.

Breast Health Center

Our Breast Health Program takes a coordinated multi-specialty approach to care, so you can get personalized and streamlined diagnosis, treatment, and support.

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Education and Training

Radiology Residency

BMC offers a residency in diagnostic radiology and a residency in interventional radiology with complementary experience at VA Health System hospitals and Boston Children’s Hospital. Our approach is hands-on, with most radiologic examinations at BMC conducted and interpreted by residents in consultation with an attending physician. 

Breast Imaging Fellowship

BMC offers a one-year breast imaging fellowship for clinicians who have completed a residency in diagnostic radiology. The fellowship covers all aspects of clinical breast imaging, with opportunities for research and an observership in breast surgery, breast pathology, and/or oncology. 


Breast Cancer Research

The breast imaging team is engaged in multiple research projects related to benign breast disease and breast cancer.  BMC is one of the multiple sites participating in the multicenter TMIST trial comparing 2D mammography to 3D digital breast tomosynthesis in the early detection of breast cancer. In addition, we have ongoing projects investigating the role of artificial intelligence in predicting breast cancer response to chemotherapy, the role of contrast enhanced mammography in clinical practice, and the impact of social determinants of health on care delivery and breast health outcomes.