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Mobile Mammography Van to screen colleagues at Baptist metro entities

In conjunction with the Baptist wellness program, the Women’s Health Center’s Mobile Mammography Van will be visiting Baptist metro facilities once every quarter to provide convenient access to mammogram screenings for colleagues.

Schedule your appointment soon! The Mobile Mammography Van will be screening on the following dates:

Location Dates Contact
Baptist Women’s July 8, 2013; October 8, 2013; December 2, 2013 Beverly Reed
Baptist Memphis June 7, 2013; August 2, 2013, November 4, 2013 Juli Story
Baptist Corporate May 6, 2013; August 5, 2013; November 12, 2013 Treymayne Mackey
Baptist Medical Group May 13, 2013; August 9, 2013, November 13, 2013 Angie Whitfield
Baptist Trinity June 3, 2013; September 10, 2013, December 6, 2013 Lori Smith
Baptist Minor Medical Center/Home Medical June 7, 2013; September 9, 2013, December 9, 2013 Lori Smith
Baptist Rehabilitation-Germantown June 19, 2013; September 12, 2013, December 10, 2013 Lee Ann Davis

Participants for screening mammograms on the mobile unit must:

  • Be 35 years or older
  • Have no symptoms (new lumps or masses)
  • Have no personal history of breast cancer
  • Not be pregnant or nursing
  • Have a physician to receive the mammography results report
  • Have seen your physician within the last 1-3 years
  • Be able to walk up stairs and stand alone

Pre-registration is preferred, but staff may be able to accommodate walk-in appointments if time allows. Please contact your entity’s wellness coordinator for additional information, patient history forms and instructions before your appointment.

The Mobile Mammography Van accepts all insurance in the Baptist network and can process all paperwork.

Aetna, Baptist’s health insurance plan, pays 100 percent of the cost of one mammogram every 12 months for women 40 and older and one baseline mammogram for women ages 35-39.

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