Belinda Barclay-White, M.D.
Medical Board Member
A board certified radiologist, Dr. Barclay-White has been practicing radiology in Phoenix since 1983, specializing in the diagnosis of breast disease, performing breast examinations, mammography, ultrasonography, and ultrasound guided and stereotactic guided needle biopsy of breasts.
has gained a niche in the local medical arena as an expert mammographer.
In 1998, Barclay-White founded Arizona Breastnet, a full service breast diagnostic center in Scottsdale that specializes in all medical conditions related to the breast.
participated as one of the clinical sites in the development of the mammosite, used for brachytherapy in the treatment of breast cancer.
Along with being the co-medical director of Arizona Breastnet, Barclay-White is also the co-founder and co-medical director of the Arizona Institute for Breast Health.
founded the Institute in 1998 with Dr. Coral Quiet, who together saw the growing need for women throughout Arizona to better understand their treatment options for breast cancer.
Through the Institute, Barclay-White helps women make an informed choice as to her
treatment options, and provides emotional support to women who are coping with the disease.
MB, BS, LRCP, and MRCS from the Westminster Medical School
Her past experiences include working for well-renowned hospitals such as St. Joseph's Hospital, Good Samaritan Hospital, and Phoenix Children's Hospital.
She is also a member of the American College of Radiology, American Medical Association, and the Arizona Radiological Society.
She attended King's College at London University and grew up in Weybridge, Surrey, England.
Dr. Barclay-White is also the founder of Arizona Breastnet, www.AZBreastnet.com