Mammograms


A mammogram is a screening tool that utilizes X-Rays of the breast to detect and diagnose breast cancer.

Women who are 40 years old and older should have mammograms every one to two years. If you have a personal or family history of breast cancer, your doctor may recommend starting screenings earlier or have them more often.

Mammograms used for prevention are called screening mammograms.

The Imaging Center for Women provides results the same day as your exam for screening 2D mammograms.   The special comfort of the Imaging Center Women and our highly trained staff help you make this important screening a priority.

Self-Schedule or Prescription

You can schedule a mammogram yourself or ask your physician to prescribe a mammogram.

Our Accreditation


ACR

AMERICAN COLLEGE OF RADIOLOGY 

ICAVL

INTERSOCIETAL COMMISSION FOR THE ACCREDITATION OF VASCULAR LABORATORIES 

ICANL

INTERSOCIETAL COMMISSION FOR THE ACCREDITATION OF NUCLEAR LABORATORIES
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