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Mammography Van 💗

Information about the Mammography Van program

Mammography> saves time and lives, Early detection is the best protection.

Most women age 50 – 74 should have a screening mammogram every 2 years.

The BetterHealth program promotes regular breast cancer screening. Every May and October the mammography van is conveniently located downtown to provide mammograms at no cost to City of Albuquerque employees and family members covered by Presbyterian Health Plan and other insurance plans. Additional worksite locations vary.

If you are 40 – 49 years old, or think you may have a higher risk of breast cancer, ask your doctor when to have a screening mammogram. The mobile mammography unit brings advanced digital breast cancer screening technology on the road to Albuquerque.


​All major insurances accepted, no referral needed for annual mammogram screening. All results are sent to patient PCP and patient. Please bring picture ID and insurance card to your appointment. 

A woman is eligible for a digital mammogram screening if she: 

  • is at least 40 years of age
  • has not had a previous mammogram in the past year
  • has no current breast problems or complaints