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Sullivan Center for Breast HealthNAPBC

The Sullivan Center for Breast Health at Sibley Memorial Hospital in Washington DC has emerged as a national model in providing expert care using the most minimally invasive treatments possible. We diagnose and treat more breast cancers than any other medical facility serving the Washington, DC, Maryland, and Virginia area.

The Sullivan Center for Breast Health has been granted a three-year/full accreditation designation by the National Accreditation Program for Breast Centers (NAPBC), a program administered by the American College of Surgeons.  Accreditation by the NAPBC is only given to those centers that have voluntarily committed to provide the highest level of quality breastcare and that undergo a rigorous evaluation process and review of their performance. The Sullivan Center achievement of NAPBC accreditation demonstrates a firm commitment to offer its patients every significant advantage in their battle against breast disease.

Dr. Lin and Dr. Chernofsky with gynecologic surgery teamThe Sibley Center for Gynecologic Oncology and Advanced Pelvic Surgery

The Sibley Center for Gynecologic Oncology and Advanced Pelvic Surgery was established in 2006 and is directed by Jeffrey Y. Lin, MD, one of the leading gynecologic oncologists and gynecologic surgeons in the Washington, DC area. The Center is located within Sibley Memorial Hospital, giving patients easy access to laboratory testing, radiologic imaging, surgery, radiotherapy and chemotherapy all in the same facility. The gynecologic oncologists physicians work closely with surgical intensivists, anesthesiologists and medical oncologists to provide the best comprehensive care for patients.

Labor & Delivery at Sibley

Whether this is your first baby or you are experienced parents, the addition of a new baby to your family is a very exciting event. We are here to help make the birth of your baby a safe and comfortable experience.  We believe that childbirth should be family centered. Therefore, our approach is to include the entire family together with siblings in a way that promotes family bonding.  All aspects of your care are addressed from birth preparation to labor and delivery to newborn care and making the most of the joys that lie ahead.
Weight loss patient with therapist in the Rehabilitation Center

Sibley Center for Rehabilitation Medicine

Rehabilitation therapy encompasses a wide range of treatment modalities to assist individuals to return to active, pain-free lives.  The rehabilitation team consists of a medical director, physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy and audiology services and aquatic therapy.  Many of our therapists have earned specialized certifications and/or had extensive training in various specialty areas, including: geriatric specialist, hand therapy, lymphedema treatment, wound therapy, gait analysis and women’s health issues.

Sibley Center for Weight Loss Surgery

Everyone at the Sibley Center for Weight Loss Surgeryis here to help you with all aspects of achieving healthy weight loss through bariatric surgery. Our comprehensive weight loss surgery program includes much more than surgical care. It provides extensive education and coordination of appointments for everything from pre-surgery evaluations to scheduling surgery and post-surgical follow-up visits. We also coordinate your long-term support care including regularly scheduled meetings with our dedicated nutritionist and physical trainer who specialize in optimizing weight loss outcomes in the Washington DC, Maryland and Virginia area.

Sibley Center for Pelvic Floor Disorders

Women of all ages suffer from pelvic floor disorders.  Symptoms are varied but the most common is urinary incontinence.  Others who could benefit from the program include women who experience pre- and post-partum issues, pelvic floor weakness, pelvic organ prolapse and pelvic floor pain. An individualized program is formulated to meet each woman’s needs.  Muscle re-education may be achieved using biofeedback, electrical stimulation and therapeutic exercise. 
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