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Take Charge of Your Breast Health

We believe in supporting women in every aspect of their wellness. Our advanced mammography screening for early detection is just one way we’re dedicated to helping you live your best life and receive the best care possible.

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Helping You Stay Ahead

We believe in the importance of treating you as a whole person, body, mind, and spirit. And, since early detection can make a big difference in the approach and success of breast cancer treatment, we’ve designed your experience to be as comfortable and convenient as possible.

Here are some ways we’re changing the approach to mammography:

  • Our advanced digital mammogram technology can detect breast cancer up to two years earlier than self-examination.
  • Our breast conforming “smart paddle” is designed to increase your comfort.
  • Our goal is to minimize disruption to your life by offering high-quality health care in convenient, accessible locations.
  • Our imaging specialists have received advanced training and acquired extensive expertise in detecting subtle differences between tissues so we can pinpoint areas of concern.

Making It Easy to Get Your Mammograms

At AdventHealth, formerly Florida Hospital, we know that regularly scheduled mammograms can save lives. We want to make sure you have the information you need to take charge of your breast health and schedule routine screenings.

Understanding the Importance of Early Detection

Meet Your Women’s Health Navigator

Our health navigator is a registered nurse specially trained to help women access our extensive network of services. She not only provides expert clinical assistance, but she also helps manage your overall care and identifies ways to speed up the process of scheduling physician appointments and procedures. The health navigator acts as your personal advocate, creating a seamless health care experience that focuses on health, wellness, hospitality, and convenience.

AdventHealth for Women is nationally recognized for our leading-edge treatments specifically designed for women’s evolving health care needs.

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We’re on a Mission to Advance Women’s Health Care

AdventHealth is recognized by U.S. News and World Report as the best hospital for women’s care in Florida.


We’re Here to Support and Empower You

We understand that getting a mammogram can be unsettling. You might not know what to expect or you might be nervous about the results. Our care team has created a guide to address some of your concerns about mammography and put your mind at ease. This downloadable guide provides answers to questions, including:

  • Are there different types of mammograms?
  • How is a mammogram performed?
  • How do I schedule a mammogram?
  • How will I receive my results?
  • Is a mammogram painful?
  • Who should get a mammogram?

Mammography is an X-ray examination of the breast. Mammograms make it possible to detect breast cancers, benign tumors, and cysts before you can feel them. The latest digital mammography technology takes very detailed electronic images of your breast, which can be enhanced by computer technology and even transmitted electronically in situations where remote access is required.

A mammogram is the most powerful and effective tool available to detect breast cancer at the earliest possible stage before it can spread to other body parts. Many factors determine when you should have a mammogram, such as your family history, risk factors, and age. Any woman over the age of 25 should have a diagnostic mammogram if any unusual breast symptoms — such as a lump, pain, nipple thickening, or discharge — or a change in breast size or shape are detected. Otherwise, ask your physician when a mammogram is recommended.

Mammography may be used either for screening or to make a diagnosis. A screening mammogram is an X-ray of the breast used to detect breast changes when you have no signs of breast cancer. It usually involves two X-rays of each breast. A diagnostic mammogram is an X-ray of the breast used to diagnose unusual breast changes, such as a lump, pain, nipple thickening, or discharge, or a change in breast size or shape.

Experience Care Designed for You

If you need to schedule a mammogram, our care coordinators are here to guide and support you. We are standing by and will reply to your appointment request within 48 hours.



AdventHealth is recognized as one of America’s highest-rated hospitals for patient safety by The Leapfrog Group.