Screening mammograms at PPPSGV are for people over 40 years old who are not having any current problems in their breasts. If you have a concern about your breasts or questions about breast screening, please call 626-798-0706 to make an appointment and discuss with our clinicians. Telehealth appointments also available.
What is a screening mammogram?
A screening mammogram is an X-ray of the breast that helps detect breast cancer early. It can find lumps that are too small to be felt during a clinical breast exam.
Do I need a mammogram?
Mammogram guidelines vary. Most people with breasts should get screening mammograms every year starting at age 40-45.
How do I make an appointment?
Mammogram appointments can be made by calling us at 626-798-0706. We ask that you please notify us 24 hours in advance if you can’t keep your appointment.
How much would it cost?
We are a proud Every Woman Counts provider, which is a state-funded program that pays for mammograms for patients who don’t have insurance and qualify by income level. Please call us to see if you qualify.
We also accept full-scope Medi-Cal as well as cash, major credit/debit cards, and flexible spending account cards.
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