Regina Hampton, MD, FACS
PositiCo-Founder, Chief Medical Officer, CEO, Executive Directoron
Dr. Regina Hampton is the Medical Director and co-founder of Breast Care for Washington, a nonprofit dedicated to providing access to mammograms regardless of the ability to pay. The facility is the first 3D mammography facility east of the Anacostia in Ward 8, which has the highest mortality rate for breast cancer in the District of Columbia.
Dr. Hampton is the Chief of Breast Surgery at Luminis Health- Doctors Community Medical Center, the first breast center in Prince George’s County. She is a board-certified general surgeon who has focused her practice on breast health and breast cancer. Her former private practice, Signature Breast Care, was the first breast surgery practice in the County.
She plays an active role at Luminis Health- Doctors Community Medical Center. She is the past President of the Medical Staff, the first female president in the 40-year history of the hospital. Dr. Hampton was the Project Director for a Susan G. Komen $1million grant that provided mammograms for uninsured women.
Dr. Hampton attended the Medical College of Pennsylvania (Drexel University) and completed a general surgery residency at Howard University Hospital.
She is the co-Founder of Cherry Blossom Intimates at Woodmore Towncenter in Prince George’s County, MD. It is a bra and lingerie boutique offering custom prosthetics for breast cancer survivors and undergarments for all body shapes, sizes and skin tones. She is the only physician in the country who is a certified mastectomy fitter.
She is a member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. and the Washington, DC Chapter of The Links, Inc.
Dr. Hampton was featured in the Washington Post on the front page of an article regarding black women and breast cancer. She has been featured in Essence magazine. She has appeared on National Public Radio (NPR), The Russ Parr Morning Show, and Buddy Check 9 with Andrea Roane. She is recognized as a Top Doctor in Washingtonian Magazine. She was featured on OWN Your Health for breast cancer awareness on the Oprah Winfrey Network.
Stacy J. Woods
Director of Operations
Stacy Woods is the Director of Operations for Breast Care for Washington Stacy has over 25 years of proven leadership and management skills compounded with expert medical professional billing. Ensuring vision, and core values are applied to support the mission geared to assisting the community.
Stacy is a graduate of University Maryland University College with a Masters Science Degree of Project Management and Bachelors Science Degree of Government Contract Management from University of Potomac College. Stacy is a member of American Academy of Professional Coders (AAPC) and American Institute of Healthcare Compliance (AIHC).
Stacy successfully enjoys team building, developing strategic workflows that maximize productivity, evaluation of operational growth and projection analysis. As a former Practice Manager for a Breast Oncology Surgery Center, Stacy enjoyed planning multiple community events and speaking engagements to include support groups and educational workshops. Stacy is a true advocate for patient care, healthcare awareness, and educating the community.
Eunice Harris joined Breast Care for Washington as a Mammography Technologist for the mobile unit in 2021. She received her Associates degree in Radiology from U.D.C. Eunice has over 24 years of imaging experience specializing in Mammography including breast biopsies and savi scouts. Years into her career, Eunice had a close friend and family member whom were diagnosed with breast cancer. Their journeys became a part of her. It was then where her passion for her career grew into breast cancer awareness, advocacy, and the disparities of it, and took Public Health classes for it. Eunice is a Washington, D.C. native and resides in Ward 5.