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Putting off routine health screenings may put you at risk. One in eight women will develop breast cancer in her lifetime. But when caught early, breast cancer may be easier to treat. Get back on track with your annual screening mammogram at Memorial Hermann so you can be there for those who matter most.

 

With Safe Wait™ enhanced safety measures at all of our locations, you can get the care you need with peace of mind.

  • Enforcing social distancing in our waiting areas
  • Minimizing wait times and quickly moving patients to individual exam rooms
  • Staggering scheduled appointment times
  • Asking patients to wait in their cars until exam rooms are available
  • Screening patients/visitors at all facility entrances and providing them with surgical masks
  • Sanitizing entire practice locations regularly
  • Sanitizing each exam room and all equipment between patient visits
  • Supporting proper hand hygiene of staff, patients and visitors

Don't put off your annual screening mammogram. Watch the video to learn about how we're keeping you safe.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is a mammogram? At what age should you start breast screening? These questions and more are answered here.

COVID Vaccine & Mammogram

Special considerations should be made for women to the timing of their vaccination and screening mammogram.

Request Your Imaging Results

Learn how to request a copy of your results for imaging performed at a Memorial Hermann Imaging or Breast Care location.

Contact Us

Complete the form below to be connected to our Nurse Navigator – a dedicated registered nurse who specializes in breast health and is available to provide education and resources.

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You!

Thank you for contacting the Memorial Hermann Breast Care Nurse Navigator. We have received your inquiry, and a team member will contact you soon.

If you need more immediate assistance, please call us at (877) 704-8700.

If you are experiencing a medical emergency, call 911 or go to the nearest emergency room.