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Mammography Screenings at CentraState2023-07-27T13:35:36-04:00

Are you getting the most out of your mammogram? You will with Mammo&More at Star and Barry Tobias Women’s Health Center at CentraState. Mammo&More adds more benefits to your routine breast screenings including:

  • More accuracy. CentraState uses 3D technology, providing a more detailed view of breast tissue for more accurate results.
  • More information. CentraState’s breast cancer risk assessment tool asks detailed questions about personal and family health history. This allows clinicians to calculate your risk of developing breast cancer both in the next 10 years and over the course of your lifetime.
  • More protection. If you are found to be at high risk, CentraState’s High Risk Breast Cancer program provides an extra layer of assurance that may include a consultation with a breast specialist and care plan based on your unique needs. A care plan could include semiannual office visits, annual breast MRI and supplemental ultrasound, and genetic testing, if a significant family history is present.
  • More convenience. No prescription is needed for routine mammograms. If you’re 40 or older, due for your “routine” mammography screening (12 months since your last normal mammography), and have no symptoms, just make an appointment, and come on in. It’s that easy.  Learn more about No RX Mammos.

A Breast Imaging Center of Excellence

The Star and Barry Tobias Women’s Health Center is accredited by the National Accreditation Program for Breast Centers (NAPBC) and is designated a Breast Imaging Center of Excellence by the American College of Radiology (ACR). It is also accredited by the American College of Radiology in Breast Ultrasound and Stereotactic Breast Biopsies and certified by the Mammography Quality Standards Act (MQSA).


About Self-Referred Mammography 

Self-referred routine mammography screenings are covered by most insurances the same way they would be if you had a prescription. Medicaid requires prescriptions for all imaging studies.

It’s important to note, prescriptions are required for any “diagnostic” mammogram. Examples of conditions that fall within the diagnostic category include breast pain, breast lump, nipple discharge, call-back mammogram, follow-up to prior studies, and follow-up to prior biopsies.

Getting your results 

Our staff will call you with your results the same or next day. You will also be mailed a more detailed report, which can also be sent to your primary care physician, if you have one. If an abnormality is detected, our nurse navigator will contact your doctor. If you don’t have one, we can help you find one.

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