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Mammograms can uncover irregularities years before physical symptoms appear, leading to timely treatment and better outcomes.

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Earlier is Better

You’ve heard the phrase, “Better late than never.” But when it comes to mammograms, earlier is better! At the Diagnostic Centers of Hospital Healthcare System, we can help you get back on track to better health.

During October, a limited number of discounted screening mammograms are available for $98 for women who are symptom free and who meet American Cancer Society guidelines. A doctor’s order is required, and payment is due at the time of scheduling. The discounted price includes the radiologist fee. Insurance is not accepted for this discounted rate.



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For safety, we continue to follow recommended COVID-19 guidelines, including masking and sanitizing.


Mammograms are key to early detection of breast cancer. That is why the Diagnostic Centers of Hospital Healthcare System offer the latest 3D mammogram technology that allows doctors to examine breast tissue 1 millimeter layer at a time. That is about the thickness of a credit card, which can help doctors detect irregularities that may not be visible otherwise. This advanced scanning, compassion, expert teams, and available same-day results, makes Hospital Healthcare System the nation's leading provider of breast health services.

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  • 1 in 8 women in the United States will be diagnosed with breast cancer in her lifetime
  • Every two minutes, one case of breast cancer is diagnosed in the United States
  • Breast cancer is the most common cancer among women in the United States, accounting for 30 percent of newly diagnosed cancers
Source: Susan G. Komen

Keep In Mind

Advanced technologies and routine screenings lead to early breast cancer detection and improved survival rates. Women 40 and older should speak with their health care provider to discuss their risk of developing breast cancer and put a plan in place to maintain their breast health. Your age, gender, reproductive history, family history and medical history are some of the factors that impact your breast cancer risk.


According to the American Cancer Society, women who are at average risk of developing breast cancer should follow these mammogram guidelines:

  • Between 40 and 44 years old, women should have the choice to start annual breast cancer screening with mammograms if they wish to do so.
  • Between 45 and 54 years old, women should get mammograms every year.
  • Women who are 55 and older should get mammograms every two years or can continue yearly screening.
  • Screening should continue as long as a woman is in good health and is expected to live at least 10 more years.

To qualify, you must:

A mammogram can be mildly uncomfortable because of the pressure on your breasts, but the discomfort lasts just a few seconds as the X-ray is taken.

We know that waiting for test results is stressful. So we make every effort to give you results the same day. If your test is late in the afternoon, the results will be available the following morning.

Don't put off your mammogram. It's time to take care of you!