We find it. Let’s cure it.

Just 15 minutes can save your life! Early detection of breast cancer increases treatment options and survival rates.

At UC Health, we value your time and know that convenience can make the difference between getting a mammogram or putting it off. That’s why we offer breast imaging services at multiple UC Health facilities.

Barrett Cancer Center
3rd Floor
234 Goodman Street
Cincinnati, Ohio 45219
(513) 584-PINK (7465)

University of Cincinnati Medical Center
Imaging Building (behind the Barrett Cancer Center)
222 Piedmont Avenue
Suite 1400
Cincinnati, Ohio 45219
(513) 584-PINK (7465)

West Chester Hospital
7700 University Drive
West Chester, Ohio 45069
(513) 584-PINK (7465)

UC Health Physicians Office South (Women’s Center)
7675 Wellness Way, Suite 400
West Chester, Ohio 45069
(513) 584-PINK (7465)

UC Health Physicians Office (Midtown)
(off Ridge Rd./Kennedy Ave. exit on I-71)
3590 Lucille Drive
Cincinnati, Ohio 45213
(513) 584-PINK (7465)

*UC Health Mobile Diagnostics Van
Visiting a location near you.

Contact us for appointments or questions.

Schedule your mammogram today.
(513) 584-PINK

For other mammography questions call 584-5678.

Scheduling Your Mammogram & Other Breast Imaging Procedures

UC Health uses advanced imaging technologies and experts for imaging services. The images we obtain help us diagnose and treat diseases such as breast cancer. Our goal is to detect the problem as soon as possible so we can treat it in the early stages.

3D Mammography

All UC Health breast imaging facilities, including the mobile diagnostic unit, use 3D mammography—an advanced screening tool which allows for improved detection for breast imaging.

3D mammography, a screening mammography, enables early breast cancer detection, and can be used in conjunction with a traditional 2D digital mammogram.  3D mammography produces additional views, allowing the radiologist a clearer perspective to distinguish areas that need to be evaluated. As a result, fewer patients need to be called back for additional tests since breast tissue can be seen more clearly. In addition, smaller cancers can be found earlier than with 2D mammography.

Screenings using the 3D mammography typically take about 15 minutes.

Diagnostic Mammography

While a screening mammogram is your annual mammogram that is done every year, your radiologist may ask you to come back for follow-up images in a diagnostic mammogram. The diagnostic mammogram is used to rule out the possibility of cancer in a suspicious area of the breast or to further investigate a breast complaint. Having a diagnostic mammogram does not mean that you have cancer, and could be triggered by:

  • This being your first mammogram
  • Being unable to provide past mammogram images for comparison
  • Having extremely dense breast tissue
  • Having a suspicious area in your screening mammogram

Mobile Mammography

Date/Time Event
04/27/2018 Mobile Mammography Unit Near You
Daniel Drake Center for Post-Acute Care, Cincinnati, OH 45216
04/27/2018 Mobile Mammography Unit Near You
Millvale Health Clinic, Cincinnati OH
05/01/2018 Mobile Mammography Unit Near You
Geir Collections and Research Center, Cincinnati Ohio
05/01/2018 Mobile Mammography Unit Near You
Faith Community United Methodist Church, West Chester OH
05/03/2018 Mobile Mammography Unit Near You
UC Health Primary Care – Trenton, Trenton OH
05/07/2018 Mobile Mammography Unit Near You
UCMC, Cincinnati OH
05/08/2018 Mobile Mammography Unit Near You
The Little Clinic – Beavercreek, Beavercreek OH
05/15/2018 Mobile Mammography Unit Near You
UC Health Primary Care – Wyoming, Cincinnati OH

More Mobile Mammography Events