A Breast Imaging Center of Excellence
Named a Breast Imaging Center of Excellence by the American College of Radiology, we provide our patients specialized expertise and, in many cases, exceed rigorous standards of breast imaging care. We were also recently awarded an accreditation by the American College of Radiology in Breast MRI-one of the first breast imaging centers in the nation to receive the prestigious award.
Experience Means Greater Accuracy
At The UVM Medical Center, we perform a high volume of mammograms-more than 25,000 a year-on state-of-the-art digital equipment. This leads to better detection and more accurate findings for patients, as studies have shown the more mammograms a radiologist reads, the more accurate the results. Experience counts when reading mammograms.
Are You Due for a Mammogram? Who Needs One?
If you are a woman age 40 or older and in good health, the American Cancer Society recommends you have a mammogram every year. Mammography is an important tool in early detection of breast cancer. Talk to your doctor and ask about your options for breast cancer screening. If you have questions about mammograms at The UVM Medical Center, please call us at 802-847-2446.
Mammograms are offered at three Convenient Locations
The UVM Medical Center offers mammograms services at three locations in Vermont: 1 South Prospect Street, Burlington (UHC) the main hospital (Main Campus) in Burlington and the Fanny Allen Campus in Colchester. Breast Imaging services are available at the main hospital (Main Campus) in Burlington.
How to Schedule A Mammogram with UVM Medical Center
To schedule your annual exam or if you have questions about mammograms at The UVM Medical Center, request an appointment online by clicking the orange button above or call 802-847-2446.
NOTE: Screening mammograms are for patients without symptoms such as breast tenderness, discharge, swelling or new lumps. If you have symptoms, please contact your primary care provider.
Free or low-cost mammograms are available for those who are eligible. Read more.