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My first visit to KCBC is my Best Memory. My Mother and I both had an appointment. We are both handicapped and have trouble walking. Going to UT, Tennova, Fort Sanders or Park West I may get to park in Handicap parking, but I still have such a long walk. At KCBC, I actually get handicap parking and a short walk. Once we arrived at the reception’s desk, we were greeted so friendly. From the moment we walked in the door until we checked out, we were made to feel comfortable and treated so friendly. Since then, My Mother and I have seen no one else for mammograms.

Kand Shumate

I had to get an ultrasound after mammogram and was extremely nervous, but the Ultrasound Tech put me at ease and made me feel comfortable. Thanks KCBC!

Ruthie Powell

I have a family history on both sides of my family with breast cancer! Lately there seems to be more and more of my friends and family either going through treatment or having scares! I am sooo thankful to the KCBC staff who make an already stressful checkup so easy! It is apparent that they always take our feelings and nervousness into account! All my visits so far have been the best!

Kerry Kaufmann

I am a 17-year breast cancer survivor and never knew about this KCBC’s bra fitting boutique. I appreciate all the help and assistance from them, especially their desire to help me. The kindness, knowledge, and professionalism of all the staff is wonderful.

Linda Reaves

Before moving from Virginia to Knoxville, I had five breast biopsies and was concerned that I could not find the level of care I received at UVA’s Breast Care Center here in Knoxville. Two years later I was pleased to learn that KCBC not only has my recent KCBC exams on file, but they also have my past exams from UVA on file and are keeping a watchful eye out for my good health! It is reassuring from those who have come from out of state to find you. Thank you, KCBC! Here’s to at least 35 more years!

Marsha Hixson

How patient and kind the employees have been to me over the years is what I remember most.

Mary Carol Condie


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