Breast cancer affects 1 in 8 women in their lifetime.
Regardless of family history, the two most common risk factors for breast cancer are: 1. Being a woman and 2. Getting older.
Nicole Kelleher, MD
Director, Breast Imaging Center
Fellowship – Breast Imaging, VCU Medical Center, Richmond, VA, 2010-2011
Residency – Diagnostic Radiology, VCU Medical Center, Richmond, VA, 2006-2010
Internship – Internal Medicine, VCU Medical Center, Richmond, VA, 2005-2006
M.D. – VCU Medical College of Virginia, Richmond, VA, 2001-2005
Dr. Nicole Kelleher joined Radiology Associates of Richmond and began practicing at Johnston-Willis Hospital in 2011. She is a native of Richmond, VA. Dr. Kelleher is passionate about educating women on the benefits of annual screening mammography, supplemental imaging with MRI in high risk patients, and the importance of breast self-exams. She enjoys the outdoors, reading, swimming, and time with her husband and three children. She is fluent in Spanish.
Powell Baker, MD
Residency - Diagnostic Radiology, Eastern Virginia Graduate School of Medicine, Norfolk, VA, 1988-1992
Internship - Riverside Hospital, Newport News, VA, 1986-1987
M.D.- VCU, Medical College of Virginia, Richmond, VA, 1982-1986
Dr. Powell Baker joined Radiology Associates of Richmond and began practice at Johnston-Willis Hospital in 1992. He has practiced in breast imaging since his arrival in 1992 and was part of the team to bring stereotactic image-guided breast needle biopsy to Johnston-Willis Hospital in 1998. He enjoys boating, reading, and skiing during his time away from work.
Jeff Weigle, MD
Fellowship, Breast Imaging – VCU Medical Center, Richmond, VA, 2012 – 2013
Residency, Diagnostic Radiology – Loma Linda University Medical Center, Loma Linda, CA, 2004-2008
Internship – Naval Hospital Camp Pendleton, Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, CA, 1998-1999
M.D. – Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine, Cleveland, OH, 1994-1998
Dr. Jeffrey Weigle, a 14-year veteran of the U.S. Navy, has worked at Johnston-Willis Hospital since 2013 when he joined Radiology Associates of Richmond. Dr. Weigle’s emphasis on early detection efforts stems from the five breast cancer survivors in his family. When not at work he feels blessed to enjoy time with his wife and four children as they homeschool and are actively involved in their church.
Barbara Stannard, RN, CN-BN
Breast Imaging Nurse Navigator
Barbara began her career at Johnston-Willis Hospital in 1980 working on the inpatient oncology and hospice unit, followed by a role in outpatient surgery, before moving into her role as breast imaging navigator. Caring for patients is her passion. Barbara provides education and guidance through the breast care continuum, from abnormal screenings to surgical referrals, using the entire breast cancer team to take care of all your needs.
Beth has been with HCA since 1986. She enjoys gardening, fishing and going to the beach. She is excited to be a first time grandmother.
Debbie began her career with HCA in 1987. She enjoys going to movies, watching plays, vacationing at the beach and dining at seafood restaurants.
She’s a Compass of Excellence recipient.
Faye has been with HCA since 1990. Her interests include her grandchildren and family. She is very active with her church.
Jackie has been with HCA since 1985. She enjoys the outdoors, camping and spending time with family. She is very active in her church and involved in mission work.
Jeanne has been with the HCA since 1978. She loves riding horses and spending time with family, especially her granddaughter.
Del started working at HCA in 2015. She enjoys spending time with her family, volunteering at church, participating in Zumba and going to the mountains.
Tanya joined HCA in 2010. She is a loving mother to four boys. She enjoys caring for her patients in a respectful manner. Johnston-Willis has been her second home for just over 2 years, and she looks forward to many more.
Jeimmy is our newly employed sonographer from NY and is originally from Columbia. She enjoys salsa dancing, reading, and playing with her dog, Gigi.
Gail has been with HCA since 1979. She enjoys time with her nieces, nephews and playing with her dog. She also loves going to the beach.
Michelle has been with HCA for a year. She loves everyone she works with. She enjoys quality time with her husband and 2-year old son, who are the loves of her life.
Jennifer N. Johnson
Jennifer, a new addition to the team, enjoys spending time with her family and traveling. She joined the Air Force in August 1994 and retired in September 2014. She earned a Bachelor of Science in Healthcare Administration in May 2016.
Make an appointment
There are two easy ways to make an appointment for your mammogram:
By phone: (877) 319-7744
- Hospital Imaging Online Appointment Request
(Under "Select Type of Service," choose "Schedule a Screening Mammogram.")
- Outpatient Imaging Center Online Appointment Request
If you have any questions about your mammogram appointment with Johnston-Willis, please call (888) 327-8882.