Dr. Brown grew up in Minneapolis and graduated from Smith College with a degree in psychology and a minor in Neuroscience. She spent a year doing research in mammography before attending the University Of Cincinnati’s College Of Medicine which she graduated from in 1997.
She completed her residency at the University of Cincinnati Hospital. After a year of fellowship in MRI & Breast Imaging she began working in Lexington, KY at Saint Joseph East Breast Center. Dr. Brown worked there for 4 years before moving to Knoxville.
In 2013 Dr. Margaret Brown joined the KCBC team of clinical breast radiologists.
My first experience with KCBC was last October 6th 2017. I came in for a screening mammogram during Mission Mammography. I instantly fell in love with the atmosphere of the office. Once my mammogram was completed, my aunt and I left. We hadn't made it far before I got a call that something had showed up. I returned on Monday October 9th and had a ultrasound & biopsy done.
Dr. Brown was absolutely amazing to me as she told me it was more than likely cancer. She held my hand while I cried & even explained everything in great detail to my husband & myself. On October 10th I received a call from Dr Brown that it was in fact Breast Cancer & again she helped me stay calm & answered all my questions that I had. In the following weeks I had numerous tests done & got an appointment with Dr Webber who is one of KCBC’s breast surgeons.
He is 1 of the best, most friendliest down to earth Doctors I have ever met. Dr Webber & the KCBC staff explained my options & helped me get my insurance set up & referred me to Dr Brig my Oncologist. I have since completed Chemo, had a double mastectomy, & completed 6 weeks of radiation. I'm currently still getting Immunology Infusions & working on Reconstruction. I decided to share to help someone else. I'm so grateful for the staff of KCBC. I highly recommend all of my friends to KCBC as they have an amazing staff and wonderful doctors.
When I had an abnormal mammogram, I made an appointment at KCBC. With my high risk for breast cancer, I was of course very nervous. My appointment was with Dr. Brown and she put me at ease. She did a biopsy and it was clear of cancer. It was such a relief that I was clear, made a promise to myself that I would never put off my Breast Health again. I go every six months to be checked with a mammogram and MRI. The staff and Doctors at KCBC have always been kind, courteous, and very helpful which is always a positive experience.
Today it is very hard to find loving, caring, and courteous people. KCBC is that place. I can't figure out how they have found so many wonderful people to work at the clinic. Breast health is not always an easy experience for women, but KCBC makes the experience easier. I can never say enough good things about the care I have received at KCBC.
My first appointment to KCBC for approximately 15 years ago. I have tried other clinics in the past because I live so far away from Knoxville, but I have decided that KCBC is the place I will go from now on. The care is unbeatable.
Happy Birthday, KCBC!! I have been making my journey to Knoxville for 20 years!
People ask me, “Why do you go all the way to Knoxville for your mammogram!” To answer that question, I use words like trust, confidence, peace to describe how I feel putting my care in KCBC’s hands. I was diagnosed with cancer late in 2016. It was a frightening experience. KCBC walked with my husband and me through the diagnosis, the surgery and the follow up.
Now I know why I kept driving to Knoxville all those years. I was given the absolute best treatment by everyone involved! Thanks to Dr. Webber, Dr. Brown, and the entire staff for your kindness, your professionalism and your “TLC.” I have recommended your services to many, many people.