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Mercy Mobile Mammography Screenings
One in every eight women will learn she has breast cancer at some time in her life. Mercy’s mobile mammography unit brings early detection to all corners of our community, making it quick, convenient and simple for every woman to get a mammogram. It also features the latest advances in digital mammography, so your doctor gets the best images for diagnosis.
You can visit us at Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd, 1166 S. Mason Road, Town & Country, MO 63131 on Saturday, May 19. The actual screening takes just 15 minutes and is performed by registered female technologists from Mercy Breast Center.
Mobile mammography is private, comfortable, and accredited by the American College of Radiology. Board-certified Mercy radiologists who specialize in breast imaging interpret the films independently to determine the results. Annual screenings are recommended for anyone age 40 and above.
Please call 314-251-6300 for more information and scheduling. If you do not have health insurance, please call 314-251-6400 to see if you qualify for Mercy’s special program funded by Susan G. Komen for a Cure and Show Me Healthy Women.
|Where||Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd 1166 S Mason Rd, Saint Louis, MO 63131|
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|Time||9:00 am–2:30 pm|
|Price||insurance co-pay or free|
More About Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd
Established in 1953 as a mission of the Diocese of Missouri and sponsored by St. Peter's Church in Ladue, Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd is headed by Reverend Pamela Dolan, the sixth Rector since the church was founded. Since 1956, Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd's facilities have been available at the present site in Town And Country. The church's mission is "to share a place of worship and fellowship where our hearts meet God's light," with a vision "to be a vibrant community that knows Christ and makes him known."
For more information, be sure to visit the website or read Pamela’s blog, “An Inquiring Stranger,” at the Civil Religion page of stltoday.com:
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