Tell your mother, your sister, your daughter, your friend, your neighbor, your co-worker, yourself: Mammograms save lives. Get one.
- Women 40 and older should schedule a screening mammogram every year (earlier if you have a
family history of breast cancer). Women between the ages of 35 and 40 should get a baseline screening.
- Mammograms are only part of a complete breast exam. Discuss with your doctor
about a clinical exam.
- Women 40 and older with certain risk factors should discuss an appropriate screening program with their physician.
Early Detection with a Soft Touch
Your good health is our top priority. We are committed
to raising the standard of care for every patient.
We take pride in being a Softer Mammogram™ provider offering every woman a softer, warmer mammogram by using MammoPad, a soft foam pad
that serves as a cushion between you and the mammography equipment. You can relax knowing your mammogram
will be a more comfortable experience.
In addition to providing a more comfortable mammogram we also offer:
- State-of-the-art Digital Technology
- Local Board Certified Radiologists and Mammography Technologists
- Double-read Results
- Every Woman Matters Program, which
provides free and reduced-cost mammograms for qualified
5:00 – 6:30 p.m.
Wednesday* and Thursday
*interpreter services available
Call (402) 644-7121 to schedule your mammogram today!
Did You Know..
- 1 in 8 women will develop breast
cancer in their lifetime.
- 4 out of 10 women don't get annual mammograms.
- Breast cancer is the 2nd
leading cause of cancer deaths among women.
- Screening mammography reduces breast cancer mortality 25%-30% for women ages 50-70 and 18% for women ages 40-50.
The good news:
Early detection of breast cancer saves lives. Regular
screening tests make early detection possible. Mammography screening can lower the risk of dying from breast cancer up to 35%.
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