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Schedule Your Mammogram

The American College of Radiology recommends that women age 40 and older receive annual screening mammograms. Younger women with a family history of breast cancer, ovarian cancer or radiation in the chest area should talk with their healthcare provider about when to have a mammogram.

  • 3D mammograms are now covered by Kansas and Missouri health insurance plans.
  • For most insurance coverages, your appointment should be scheduled 12 months and 1 day from your last mammogram.
  • If you have any questions, please consult with your insurance provider before your appointment.

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Please note: If you have breast implants or use a cane, walker or wheelchair, you should select the appropriate mammogram option above to ensure we meet your imaging needs on the day of your appointment.

Glucose monitor safety guidelines

If you wear a continuous glucose monitoring device to monitor your glucose levels in real time, please review these safety guidelines.

If you have pain or feel a lump in your breast, call 913-588-6804 for scheduling assistance.
Woman getting a mammogram.

Benefits of 3D

The most significant improvement in mammography in the past 30 years. 3D mammography offers a variety of benefits, especially for women with dense breast tissue.

The 3D advantage

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