Mammography

Mammography at Oaks Hospital

Mammography uses X-rays to examine your breasts for early stage breast cancer.

Here at Ramsay Health Care, we are pleased to offer women regular screening mammography for the early detection of breast cancer and other breast diseases. Women often come to us for screening mammography in between their three-yearly NHS breast screening for peace of mind or if they would like screening mammography before they reach 50 years of age. Others come to us for the convenience of choosing a preferred date and time and not having to wait for their mammography.

You can self-refer for a screening mammogram if you have no known symptoms and you have not had a mammogram within the last year.

You can access our symptomatic service for a diagnostic mammogram by GP and specialist referral.

Many of our hospitals offer a one-stop breast screening clinic that includes an appointment and physical examination with one of our expert breast consultants, mammography screening or digital mammography, as well as any further investigations that may be required. Our breast consultants can refer you for further treatment if required.

Our Ramsay hospitals offer excellent mammography facilities, expert and compassionate staff, and free parking. We apply strict protocols to all visitor areas to keep you safe during your visit to our hospitals.

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