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Expanded eligibility: Anyone age 12 and older can now schedule and receive the COVID-19 vaccine.

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Book Your Mammogram

Easy scheduling at over 20 convenient locations. Let us help you PINKOUT your calendar today by calling or scheduling online. Search by location, select the specialty of radiology, and follow the instructions.

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Mammograms are recommended for all women over the age of 40.* This 20-minute screening is your first line of defense against breast cancer and could wind up saving your life. Call to schedule yours or use our online scheduling tool in the Pittsburgh or Erie regions.

The importance of mammograms

1 in 8 women will be diagnosed with breast cancer in their lifetime+ — and early detection through a mammogram helps combat that. Make scheduling your mammogram a top priority.
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    Safety first. Always.

    AHN is taking every precaution necessary to keep you safe — with heightened disinfecting and protection measures across our network.

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    Imaging locations

    With over 20 breast care centers throughout western Pennsylvania and New York, wherever you live, you can get your mammogram closer to home.

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    Mammography at AHN

    Our mammography specialists will make this screening as comfortable as they can. Take a look at a few additional tips to consider. 

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Remind a friend

Once your mammogram is scheduled, remind other women you care about to do the same. A simple text or a quick call will let them know you care and be the gentle push they need to schedule. Early detection is a key part in fighting breast cancer, and your reminder could save their life. Share on social media or copy this link to share.

Hear from strong women — like you.

AHN’s I Had Cancer podcast provides personal, authentic conversations with cancer survivors. Take a listen to the powerful stories of two breast cancer survivors. 

Doing her life

Jen's family had a history of breast cancer so she never missed a preventive screening. Hear Jen's candid account of how having the BRCA-1 gene changed her priorities and treatment decisions.

Facing adversity with a smile

About 10 days before her annual mammogram, Clare found a lump. With no family history of breast cancer, she waited until her appointment to mention it. With lots of good humor, Clare shares what happened next.

The Cancer Institute at AHN

If something concerning comes up on your mammogram, know that AHN cancer specialists lead one of the world’s largest programs focused on breast cancer clinical trials. We’ll work with you to find a personalized, effective treatment plan.


Great news: Annual mammogram screenings are covered by most health plans. However, it must be 12 months since your previous mammogram before you can schedule again. Contact your insurance provider for details.


Source: How Common is Breast Cancer -