Mammograms

Mammograms are a vital part of detecting breast cancer early, and we are here to make it as easy as possible for you to schedule your mammogram.

Simply fill out the form with your contact information and our dedicated team will give you a call to set up a date and time for your mammogram at a location near you.

Who Should Request a Mammogram?

  • Women who are 40 or older
  • Women who have a high risk of breast cancer
  • Women who have a family history of breast cancer

Additionally, if you have any of the following signs or symptoms, we highly recommend consulting with your CHRISTUS provider to obtain a doctor's order for a diagnostic mammogram.

  • Have a lump in your breast
  • Had a lumpectomy or mastectomy
  • Have breast implants
  • Have nipple discharge, a rash, or other skin changes
  • Or have any other medical problem with your breasts

Request a Mammogram

Call 888-802-0410 for questions or to speak to a CHRISTUS representative who can assist you in scheduling your mammogram.

Check Your Risk For Breast Cancer

Complete the CHRISTUS Health Breast Cancer Assessment to receive a report with your breast cancer risk factors and tips on reducing those risks.

Check My Risk

What is a Mammogram?

A mammogram is a highly effective test for early breast cancer detection. Receiving a mammogram is the best way to identify breast cancer before any symptoms surface. By undergoing a mammogram, individuals have the opportunity to address breast cancer proactively and increase their chances of successful treatment.

Typically, routine screening mammograms are covered by insurance, and can be scheduled by a referral of your primary care provider or by scheduling one at a radiology center or a clinic that offers this service.

However, you should have a primary care provider designated so that the results of your mammogram can be properly communicated to you.

Does the thought of getting a mammogram make you uneasy?

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mammogram screening is one of the most effective tools for the early detection of breast cancer. Knowing what to expect before your mammogram can help ease your anxieties and create a more comfortable experience for you.

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