TriHealth Mobile Mammography Van

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Advanced Breast Imaging Technology

The TriHealth Mobile Mammography Van features 3D digital tomosynthesis with ProFound AI. This cutting-edge breast imaging technology offers clearer images, resulting in the most accurate detection of early breast cancer.

Images are stored in electronic medical record and reviewed within 24-hours by a physician on the TriHealth Radiology team, giving you high-quality screening technology, convenient access and seamless care.

Appointment times are just 10 minutes long, so patients receive screening exams conveniently in their own neighborhood, workplace or community event.

Comprehensive Breast Care Program

TriHealth Breast Care Services provides Greater Cincinnati the highest quality breast cancer care – from prevention through survivorship with nine breast screening locations plus the mobile mammography van to ensure that women have access to screening and diagnostic mammograms.

TriHealth Breast Care Services offers the most advanced breast imaging technology including breast ultrasound, MRI and digital breast tomosynthesis with 3D CAD. If screening leads to diagnosis or treatment, patients can rely on specially trained and Certified Breast Health Navigators to guide them through their treatment journey.

A multi-disciplinary care team approach coordinates specialists in breast care from medical oncology, breast surgery, radiation oncology and more to enable individualized, cohesive plans of care. Women who are at high risk of developing breast cancer can look to the High-Risk Breast Program for help with assessment, genetic testing, management recommendations, education and surveillance to improve early detection and to reduce the risk of breast cancer.

Mammography and COVID-19

TriHealth Breast Program encourages women to schedule their screening mammogram prior to receiving the COVID-19 vaccine or wait at least 4 to 6 weeks after their second injection. Our recommendation is the same for screening breast MRI. If you are having a problem, you should not delay care; however, it is still important that you inform the technologist of your recent vaccination, including which arm the injection was given. Please call 513 865 5997 if you have any questions regarding these recommendations.

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