Mammograms and COVID-19 Vaccines
Mammograms as a method of early detection is an essential part of successfully fighting breast cancer. After completing a COVID-19 vaccination series, an individual may choose to wait four weeks before receiving a mammogram or may choose to notify the mammogram team of their vaccination date and which arm received the injection. This is due to the potential for lymph nodes to enlarge as part of the immune system's natural response to a COVID-19 vaccine. There is no need to delay receiving a COVID-19 vaccine after receiving a mammogram.
You can now schedule certain types of mammograms and lab tests online. Simply select a convenient location, select your desired exam and follow the scheduling prompts.
For locations and services not offering online scheduling, please request an appointment and our team will be here to help you and your family.