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Corporate Health & Community Events
Mobile Mammography

Invision Diagnostics is interested in collaborating with you for your annual event to bring mobile breast cancer screening to more women where they work and live. Our Mobile Mammography Buses currently provide screening across North and South Carolina and Florida.

Give us a call (877) 318-1349 or click the button below to schedule your mobile mammography unit!


Benefits of working with Invision Diagnostics

  • There is no cost to the event host for our screening unit to be onsite. We process all billing through insurance, for those without Insurance we offer a self-pay option.

  • We set up a scheduling link for you to send out to your employees/patrons to select an appointment time that works best for them. (approx. 15min appointments).

  • A minimum of 5-6 hours of screening time and a minimum of 15 appointments set up prior to the event date. We can also welcome walk-ins the day of the event.

  • All images will be compared to the previous year’s images read by a Breast Fellowship Board Certified Radiologist and sent to the patients’ primary care provider.

  • We prefer to set up annual events so our patients know we will be visiting their area the same time next year to keep up with regular screenings- we even send a reminder letter out!

Book Your Mobile Mammogram Bus
  • What is 3D Mobile Mammography?
    Invision Diagnostics screens the women of the Carolinas with Mobile Breast Centers. Invision Diagnostics currently partners with medical practices, businesses and community events. 3D mammography increases detection of invasive breast cancer by 41%. Detecting breast cancer in early stages helps to potentially saves lives.
  • Who is eligible for a screening?
    - Women 35 years & older - Must be 1 year since your previous mammogram - Cannot be pregnant or breastfeeding - Patient must provide a primary care physician or OBGYN to receive results - Must not be experiencing issues with breast(s) such as a lump you can feel, pain, dimpling of the breast, or nipple changes
  • Screening vs diagnostic mammography?
    Screening mammograms are for women 40 and older, scheduling an annual breast cancer screening without any breast concerns. Diagnostic mammography is for women experiencing problems reported to their doctors for a close follow-up after having breast cancer or a lumpectomy. Diagnostic mammography requires a doctor's order.
  • What are the necessary items I need to bring to my mammogram?
    Photo ID, Insurance Card and Primary Care Provider’s contact information
  • What to expect during a mammogram?
    During your mammogram, your breasts will be compressed gently but firmly to provide a clear picture. This compression can be uncomfortable for some women but does not last very long. After your mammogram, you may have some skin discoloration due to the compression. This discoloration is temporary and normal. You can always speak to your technologists about any concerns you may have.
  • When will I receive my report?
    All studies are read by Breast Fellowship Board Certified Radiologists within 48 hours of the exam or receipt of prior images. Results will be sent by mail to the patient and their primary care provider
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