Campaign-Mammogram

 

      At Lehigh Valley Health Network, your breast health is a priority to us, and we offer:

      • 2D and 3D screening mammography
      • Appointments at over 15 Lehigh Valley Health Network locations across six counties
      • Easy access to appointments by phone 888-402-5846 (LVHN) or on MyLVHN.org
      • No prescription needed at most locations if you are age 40 or older and have not had a mammogram in the last 365 days
      We are committed to keeping you and your loved ones safe. That’s why we are taking every step possible to provide SAFE care. Watch this video to see how we’re delivering the care you trust at LVHN Breast Health Services.

      Find a mammogram location close to home

      Screening mammograms are performed at convenient locations across the region.

      Mobile Mammography Coach brings hospital-quality imaging to you

      When life is busy, it’s easy to put off getting your mammogram. But we have a solution: mobile mammography. Lehigh Valley Topper Cancer Institute’s mobile mammography coach features the same imaging technology used in our facilities, but now we can bring that expertise right to your workplace or community.
       

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      Make your mammogram date

      We know you're busy. That's why Lehigh Valley Health Network offers easy ways to schedule your annual screening mammogram, as well as more than a dozen sites across the region for your breast health care. Give us a call or visit us online. We’re here for you.

      Call: 888-402-5846 (LVHN)
      Click: Visit MyLVHN.org, log in and click on “Schedule an Appointment” to schedule your mammogram.

      Mammograms and the COVID-19 vaccine

      While earlier guidance recommended scheduling your mammogram before or four to six weeks after any COVID-19 vaccine dose or booster, this is no longer the case.

      At this time, individuals are encouraged to promptly schedule any recommended mammograms (screening or diagnostic), regardless of their vaccination history and timeline. While false positives are possible, they can be ruled out quickly. Also, mammograms are one of the most important tools for identifying cancer and should not be delayed.

       

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