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Digital Mammography

You may not see the need. We see it clearly.

There’s a one-in-eight chance you’ll develop breast cancer during your lifetime. But with early detection, the five-year survival rate is 98 percent. That’s why you should get a regular mammogram at Saint Francis’s Grand Island Imaging Center. We know you need answers fast. Our state-of-the-art imaging tools and highly trained staff dedicated to patient-focused breast health will ensure you receive quick and accurate results.

We go above and beyond to provide advanced diagnostic technologies, including digital mammography, backed by an experienced team. We’re accredited by the National Quality Measures for Breast Centers, the National Accreditation Program for Breast Centers, and the American College of Radiology—meaning we meet or exceed the highest standards for breast imaging.

Saint Francis Medical Center provides:

  • Fully accredited radiologists who have seen and interpreted a large number of results.
  • The latest ultrasound and sonography systems.
  • MammoPad technology for more comfort during tests.
  • Digital mammography for more accurate results.

We’re committed to more than providing advanced comprehensive breast cancer diagnosis and treatment; we’re committed to you in mind, body, and spirit. You have so many loved ones who count on you to remain in good health. Make sure that you’re there for them—now and for years to come—by scheduling a mammogram today.

To make an appointment, please contact Saint Francis scheduling at 308.398.5588.

Why digital mammography?

Digital mammography, the best technology available, produces images that are superior to those of traditional mammography units. Because the images are computerized, your caregiver can enlarge any area of concern to make a proper diagnosis. The computerization also enables your doctor to quickly compare your mammogram imagery from year to year, and your images can be sent electronically to your primary care or specialty physician.