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Mobile Mammography Unit continues regional tour thru April


Continuing its commitment to prioritize community wellness, say officials, Ozarks Healthcare’s Mobile Mammography Unit has extended its services through April. 

Ozarks Healthcare aims to underscore the importance of proactive health measures, especially in the realm of breast cancer detection, officials note. Timely detection remains crucial in the battle against breast cancer, say officials, who urge people not to postpone their mammograms.

Ozarks Healthcare’s Mobile Mammography Unit features advanced 3D mammogram screening technology, providing comprehensive examinations. The unit it staffed by dedicated professionals, note officials.


The Mobile Mammography Unit will be in place from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. today at Town & Country Supermarket, 102 Main St. in Gainesville, and from 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Thursday at Missouri Highlands Health Care, 405 Main St. in Van Buren.

Stops next week, all from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., include Tuesday at Lutie School, 5802 U.S. 160 in Theodosia; April 24 at Caterpillar, 4225 ODC Road 1020 in Pomona; and April 25 West Plains Bank and Trust Company-Willow Springs Branch, 708 E. Main St. in Willow Springs.

From 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. April 30, the mobile unit will be at Missouri Ozarks Community Health, 504 W. Broadway Ave. in Ava.

Patients are encouraged schedule a mammogram to take place at a location from this schedule ahead of time by calling 417-257-5912. Appointments are limited.

Patients wishing to have mammograms conducted through Ozarks Healthcare’s Mobile Mammography Unit must be female and 40 years or older; have had no mammograms in the past year; not be pregnant or breastfeeding; have no implants or breast issues such as breast discharge, lumps, pain or discoloration; and not have ever been diagnosed with breast cancer. 

For more information visit www.ozarkshealthcare.com/services/imaging-services/mobile-mammography.