May 16, 2017Featured, Susan G. Komen Colorado

2017 Komen Race for the Cure

As with 2016, Invision Sally Jobe will be a sponsor of the 2017 Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure. On Sunday,  September 24, 2017,  the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure will host thousands of people in downtown Denver for what is widely considered the largest local market edition of the world’s largest […]

April 9, 2017Genetic Counseling

Before You Begin the Genetic Testing Process

As a certified genetic counselor, Mary Freivogel leads the Genetic Counseling team for Invision Sally Jobe and is the president of the National Society of Genetic Counselors.  She advises that genetics are just “one piece to the story when it comes to developing a disease.”  To learn more and read the whole article click right […]

February 22, 2017Featured


At Invision Sally Jobe, we strive to provide technically advanced, compassionate care to our patients and to be an ethical, proactive partner to the referring physicians we serve. With that in mind, we are very proud of the many accreditations that our facilities have earned. Accreditations are awarded for the achievement of high practice standards […]

February 19, 2017Featured

We Believe in You

You deserve to see everything about your wellness clearly and plan for anything that may stand in its way. We see you for you – your beautiful character, your health journey, and all the unique glory that is you. Invision Sally Jobe: YOU from Cynthia Dickerson on Vimeo.

February 19, 2017Featured

The evolution of 3D mammography

Invision Sally Jobe was an early adopter of the emerging 3D mammography, or digital breast tomosynthesis technology.  As part of a collaborative group with other, similar sites, we are pooling data for multiple large-scale analyses of performance measures as compared to standard digital (2D) mammography. Results from the first project showed improved cancer detection using tomosynthesis and […]

February 9, 2017Featured

Patient Positioning and Mammography with Ultrasound and MRI

An early diagnosis of breast cancer is essential to maximize the likelihood of successful treatment and long-term survival. Screening mammograms significantly reduce breast cancer mortality, however, the age at which screening should be initiated is controversial. Most breast cancer screening guidelines recommend that screening for most women should begin at age 40 and that women […]