Breast Imaging Services

Women who catch their breast cancer early are far more likely to survive, and Woman's offers the most comprehensive detection tools.

Schedule Your Mammogram

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Early detection is one of the most important factors to surviving breast cancer. Woman's offers the most comprehensive detection tools with our state-of-the-art imaging and diagnosis.

Woman's offers 3D mammography and a multiple mammogram review process, providing the most thorough screening available. Each mammogram is reviewed by two doctors and a Computer-Aided Detection System to ensure the highest accuracy possible. This commitment to imaging accuracy is why more than 40,000 women turn to us for their mammograms each year.  

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As the region’s leader in comprehensive breast care, Woman’s is dedicated to partnering with women in their fight against breast cancer. Woman’s has been named a Breast Imaging Center of Excellence by the American College of Radiology.


Other Breast Imaging Methods

While mammograms are the most useful tests for screening and finding breast cancer early, other types of imaging may be used to ensure that our cancer diagnosis is as accurate as possible. In addition to mammography, Woman’s Imaging Services also employs the use of:

Imaging outpatient hours: Monday thru Friday 7:30 AM until 5:30 PM

Learn more about medical imaging tests

Your doctor may also recommend genetic counseling or genetic testing to help you better understand your risks for getting certain cancers or passing them on to a child.

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The Louisiana Breast & Cervical Health Program

The Louisiana Breast & Cervical Health Program (LBCHP) provides quality breast and cervical cancer screenings at no cost to uninsured and underinsured lower-income women in Louisiana. Services through the program include clinical breast exams, mammograms, pelvic exams, Pap tests, navigation and other diagnostic tests. LBCHP is one of a series of similar programs nationwide supported by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.