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2009-2010 Montana Mammography Directory
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2009-2010 Montana Mammography Directory
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2009-2010 Montana Mammography Directory
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  • 1. 2009/2010 Montana Mammography Directory This work was supported by Grant #R04/CCR818822-02 from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The contents are solely the responsibility of the authors and do not necessarily represent the official views of the CDC. This work was supported by Grant #R04/CCR818822-02 from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The contents are solely the responsibility of the authors and do not necessarily represent the official views of the CDC.
  • 2. Acknowledgements We gratefully acknowledge the Montana Breast Cancer Resource Guide Committee for sharing information and ideas for the Montana Mammography Directory. We also acknowledge Susan G. Komen for the Cure, The Montana Breast and Cervical Health Program and The Centers for Disease Control for their pioneering work in breast health education for women living with disability and for sharing information for the production of this Directory. Finally, our sincere thanks go to our Volunteers, Disability Advocates, and Mammography Facility staff members without whose assistance and sharing of their expertise the Directory would not have been possible.
  • 3. Table of Contents 2009/2010 Montana Mammography Directory............................................................................1 Acknowledgements.....................................................................................................................2 Table of Contents.........................................................................................................................3 Definitions of Symbols.................................................................................................................5 Definitions of Terms.....................................................................................................................6 Key to Disability Access Terms...................................................................................................10 Right To Know Tip Sheet............................................................................................................13 The Montana Breast and Cervical Health Program.....................................................................15 Anaconda, Montana..................................................................................................................16 Anaconda Community Hospital.........................................................................................16 Baker, Montana.........................................................................................................................18 Fallon Medical Complex....................................................................................................18 Billings, Montana.......................................................................................................................20 Billings Clinic Breast Center.............................................................................................20 Billings Clinic West...........................................................................................................23 Yellowstone Breast Center................................................................................................25 Bozeman, Montana....................................................................................................................27 Advanced Medical Imaging...............................................................................................27 Butte, Montana.........................................................................................................................29 Big Sky Diagnostic Imaging..............................................................................................29 Columbus, Montana...................................................................................................................33 Stillwater Community Hospital .......................................................................................33 Dillon, Montana.........................................................................................................................35 Barrett Hospital & Healthcare...........................................................................................35 Forsyth, Montana......................................................................................................................36 Rosebud Health Care Center..............................................................................................37 Glasgow, Montana.....................................................................................................................39 Frances Mahon Deaconess Hospital..................................................................................39 Glendive, Montana....................................................................................................................41 Glendive Medical Center...................................................................................................41 Great Falls, Montana..................................................................................................................43 Benefis Health Care West ................................................................................................43 Rocky Mountain Breast Center..........................................................................................45 Hamilton, Montana....................................................................................................................47 Marcus Daly Memorial Hospital.......................................................................................47 Hardin, Montana........................................................................................................................49 Big Horn County Memorial Hospital................................................................................49 Harlem, Montana.......................................................................................................................51 Fort Belknap Center IHS...................................................................................................51 Harlowtown, Montana...............................................................................................................53 Wheatland Memorial Health..............................................................................................53 Havre, Montana.........................................................................................................................54 Northern Montana Hospital .............................................................................................55
  • 4. Helena, Montana.......................................................................................................................57 St. Peter’s Hospital.............................................................................................................57 Kalispell, Montana.....................................................................................................................59 The Women’s Center at HealthCenter Northwest.............................................................59 Winkley Women’s Center (Mobile)..................................................................................61 Lewistown, Montana.................................................................................................................62 Central Montana Medical Center.......................................................................................63 Libby, Montana..........................................................................................................................65 St. John’s Lutheran Hospital..............................................................................................65 Livingston, Montana..................................................................................................................68 Livingston Health Care......................................................................................................68 Miles City, Montana...................................................................................................................69 Billings Clinic Miles City..................................................................................................70 Holy Rosary Healthcare.....................................................................................................72 Missoula, Montana....................................................................................................................74 Advanced Imaging of Montana.........................................................................................74 Broadway Diagnostic.........................................................................................................76 Montana Breast Health at Community Medical Center ....................................................78 Plentywood, Montana...............................................................................................................79 Sheridan Memorial Hospital..............................................................................................80 Polson, Montana........................................................................................................................82 St. Joseph Medical Center..................................................................................................82 Red Lodge, Montana..................................................................................................................84 Beartooth Hospital & Health Center..................................................................................84 Ronan, Montana........................................................................................................................86 St. Luke Community Hospital...........................................................................................86 Shelby, Montana........................................................................................................................88 Marias Medical Center ......................................................................................................88 Sidney, Montana........................................................................................................................90 Sidney Health Center.........................................................................................................90 Superior, Montana.....................................................................................................................92 Mineral Community Hospital............................................................................................92 Whitefish, Montana...................................................................................................................94 North Valley Hospital........................................................................................................94 Wolf Point, Montana.................................................................................................................95 Northeast Montana Health Services...................................................................................96 Mobile Unit: Malta, Chester, Browning, Conrad, Choteau, Cutbank, Plains, Eureka, And Fort Benton Winkley Women’s Center (Mobile)............................................Error: Reference source not found
  • 5. Definitions of Symbols There are 11 categories depicted below that are used to describe services offered at each facility. In the pages that follow, the specific services offered at each facility are listed under additional services. Appearance: Post-Operative Apparel, Scarves, Turbans, Wigs/Hair Pieces Breast Reconstruction: Breast Prosthetics Care: Home Care, Hospice Complementary Therapies: Nutrition Education and Information: Breast Self-Exam Training (BSE), Information on the Internet, Patient Information/Education, Political Advocacy, Breast Cancer Patient Navigator Detection: Diagnostic Mammograms, Computerized Tomography (CT), Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) Stereotactic Needle Biopsy (Stereotactic), Ultrasound/Sonogram, Positron Emission Tomography (PET) Scan Financial Assistance and Information: Counseling, Screening Mammogram, Free/Reduced Rate Screening Mammograms, Accepts Medicare/Medicaid Referral Services: Second Opinion Support and Counseling: Breast Cancer Group, Family/Caregiver, Genetic Risk, Grief and Bereavement Individual, Spiritual Transportation: Located on a Bus Route, Transportation Services Treatment: Chemotherapy, Clinical Trials, Lymphedema Specialty Services, New Treatments & Investigative Drugs, Physical Therapy, Radiation Therapy, Tumor Board, Tumor Registry
  • 6. Definitions of Terms In the 2009-2010 Montana Mammography Directory, the following terms are defined as: Breast Cancer Support Group - Peer or professionally-guided meetings for breast cancer survivors, people undergoing treatment for breast cancer, and their families. Breast Cancer Patient Navigator - A nurse navigator is a single point of contact for cancer patients and their families. The nurse navigator is an educator, an advocate and a friend. The navigator is a specially trained professional who assists in all aspects of the patient’s care experience. When clinical issues arise, a navigator can refer patients to the appropriate physician office or other health care resource. Breast Prosthetics – Artificial substitute for an absent breast. Breast Reconstruction - Surgical reconstruction of a breast after removal of breast tissue. Breast Self-Examination (BSE) – A technique to examine one’s own breasts by looking and feeling for changes. BSE is a tool that can be used to both increase awareness of breast cancer and to learn about what changes in the breast should be reported. Recommended beginning at age 20. Chemotherapy - Treatment of cancer with certain drugs that destroy cancer cells. Clinical Breast Exam – Examination of the breasts and surrounding area by a trained health professional. Clinical Trials – Carefully designed and monitored studies of new methods for treating or preventing cancer. Complementary Therapies – Treatments such as acupuncture, chiropractic, homeopathy, massage, meditation, art, dance, or nutrition which may reduce stress and/or boost the immune system. Often used along with traditional medical treatment. Computerized Tomography (CT) - Cross-sectional x-rays which detect or monitor tissue abnormalities. Contract Radiologist – Radiologist services, under facility contract. Generally used for facilities who may not have on-site radiologists available on a full or part-time basis. Computer Assisted Device (also known as Computer Aided Detection) - Computerized algorithms that assist the radiologist in identifying types of breast tissue.
  • 7. Core Needle Biopsy - Core needle biopsy uses a thin, hollow needle to remove samples of tissue from the breast. It can be used on suspicious areas that can be felt (palpable masses) and those that can only be seen on a mammogram or other imaging test (nonpalpable masses). Counseling - Treatment of emotional discomfort through the use of psychological techniques which encourage communication of conflict, insight into problems and personal growth. Dual Energy X-ray Absorptiometry (DXA, previously DEXA) is a means of measuring bone mineral density (BMD). Digital Mammography Machine - Newer full-field digital mammography units capture the picture on an electronic digital detector, and the image is then displayed on a video monitor. Digital mammography also offers the advantages that images can be stored and retrieved easily, and transmitted electronically for review by another radiologist. Financial Assistance - Direct assistance or referral to appropriate sources which may provide financial counseling or direct monetary support for medical procedures and treatments. Film Mammography Machine – Mammograms produce a black and white x-ray picture of the breast tissue. Depending on the type of mammography unit, the picture is either on a large sheet of x-ray film, or is an electronic picture that can be looked at on a computer screen. Today, most mammography units are screen-film units, which mean they produce the mammography picture on x-ray film. Fine Needle Aspiration/Biopsy - Fine needle aspiration (also known as fine needle biopsy) is a needle biopsy that removes cell samples rather than tissue samples from an abnormal area of the breast. Galactograms - Galactography is an x-ray examination that uses mammography and a contrast material to obtain pictures, called Galactograms, of the inside of the breast's milk ducts. Genetic Risk Counseling – Education, information and discussion of genetic factors which may put certain family members at risk for inheriting the potential to develop breast cancer. Hospice - A philosophy of delivery of care emphasizing comfort, peace of mind and control of symptoms, usually involved when life expectancy is short. Incisional Biopsy - A biopsy in which only a sample of the suspicious tissue is cut into (incised) and removed for purposes of diagnosis. An incisional biopsy is in contrast to an excisional biopsy in which an entire lesion, usually a tumor, is removed. Indian Health Services (IHS) - Responsible for providing federal health services to American Indians and Alaska Natives.
  • 8. Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) - A method of creating three-dimensional images of the body using a magnet and radio waves instead of x-rays. Mammogram (Diagnostic) - Diagnostic mammography is an x-ray exam of the breasts that is performed in order to evaluate a breast complaint or abnormality detected by physical exam or routine screening mammography. Diagnostic mammography is different from screening mammography in that additional views of the breast are usually taken, as opposed to two views typically taken with screening mammography. Thus, diagnostic mammography is usually more time-consuming and costly than screening mammography. Mammogram (Screening) – An x-ray of the breast that includes two views and is used for comparison with subsequent mammograms. Medicaid – A federal program that reimburses hospitals and doctors for providing health care to qualifying people who meet established financial criteria. Medicare - A program under the US Social Security Administration that reimburses doctors and hospitals for health care provided to qualified patients over 65 years of age or patients with a disability. Needle Localization - A procedure that uses very thin needles or guide wires to mark the location of an abnormal area of tissue so it can be surgically sampled. An imaging device such as an ultrasound probe is used to place the wire in or around the abnormal area. Needle localization is used when the doctor cannot feel the mass of abnormal tissue. Physical Therapy - Treatment by physical methods such as massage and exercise; treatment of injury to restore strength and range of motion. Positive Emission Tomography (PET) Scan - A nuclear medical imaging technique which produces a three-dimensional image or picture of functional processes in the body. Provide A Referral - Some mammography centers allow women to self-order a mammogram. They will require that the patient provide them with the name of a health care provider who will receive the test results and follow up on any abnormalities. Other centers require an order from a health care provider in order to do the mammogram. Radiation Therapy - Treatment by x-ray machines to deliver high-energy radium or cobalt used to reduce the size of tumors. Referral - Directing individuals to service providers such as specialists or support groups. Second Opinion - Examination of a patient or a patient’s records by another physician for treatment recommendations.
  • 9. Stereotactic Biopsy - Removal of small samples of breast tissue for microscopic evaluation using a hollow (core) needle which is precisely guided to the correct location via x-rays and computer coordinates. Transportation – Assistance to and from medical and support systems. Tumor Board - A panel of experts in radiology, oncology, surgery, and pathology that makes treatment recommendations. Tumor Registry – A system designed for the collection, management and analysis of information about patients with a cancer diagnosis. Ultrasound (Sonogram) - Non-invasive medical imaging that uses high-frequency sound waves to generate images of breast masses.
  • 10. Key to Disability Access Terms The information about disability access for each facility is based on the following definitions: Building Access Standard Accessible Parking 1. A parking space that is at least eight feet wide 2. With an adjoining access aisle at least five feet wide 3. With signage displaying the international symbol of accessibility Van Accessible Parking 1. A parking space that is at least eight feet wide 2. With an adjoining access aisle at least eight feet wide 3. With signage displaying the international symbol of accessibility and the words “Van Accessible” Accessible Exterior Route and Doors The path from parking and pedestrian walkways to the building entrance has: 1. A slope of 1:20 or less (No more than one inch of vertical rise for every 20 inches of horizontal rise) 2. A minimum clear width of 36” for the entire route of travel 3. A stable, firm, and slip resistant pathway 4. Ramped curb cuts at the curbs 5. Ramps or other means of access provided where there are level changes greater than ½” 6. No protruding objects that reduce the clear width of travel Accessible Building Entrance, Exterior Door 1. Doorway at least 32 inches wide 2. Handle that can be used with a closed fist. For example, a lever handle is usable; a round doorknob is not usable. 3. Requires no more than 15 lbs of force to open ACCESSIBLE INTERIOR PATH The paths to the waiting area, restrooms, and program areas have: 1. Stable, firm, slip-resistant surfaces 2. A minimum clear width of 36” for the entire route of travel 3. Ramps or other means of access provided where there are level changes greater than ½” 4. No protruding objects that reduce the clear width of travel Accessible Interior doors, defined as:
  • 11. 1. Doorway at least 32 inches wide 2. Handle that can be used with a closed fist. For example, a lever handle is usable; a round doorknob is not usable. 3. Requires no more than 5 lbs of force to open Accessible Mammography Room Accessible Doors 1. Doorway at least 32 inches wide 2. Handle that can be used with a closed fist. For example, a lever handle is usable; a round doorknob is not usable 3. Requires no more than 5 lbs of force to open Accessible Route and enough space to move around machine 1. Is on an accessible route 2. Stable, firm, slip resistant surfaces 3. A minimum clear width of 36” for the entire route of travel 4. No protruding objects that reduce the clear width of travel 5. A T-shaped clear floor space or one that is 60” in diameter for a wheelchair to make a 180° turn on the side of the mammography machine with the x-ray plate Lowest height of the x-ray plate from the floor Distance from the floor to the top of the x-ray plate (number of inches) The closer to the floor the plate can be lowered, the more easily a seated woman can be accommodated. Accessible Restroom Accessible Doors 1. Doorway at least 32 inches wide 2. Handle that can be used with a closed fist. For example, a lever handle is usable; a round doorknob is not usable. 3. Requires no more than 5 lbs of force to open Accessible Route and Turning Space 1. A T-shaped clear floor space or one that is 60” in diameter for a wheelchair to make a 180° turn OR a five by six foot accessible stall 2. Toilet is located on the 60” wall 3. At least 42” clear floor space from the center line of the toilet to the wall Accessible toilet, fixtures and sink 1. Toilet seat measures 17 to 19 inches high
  • 12. 2. Horizontal grab bars 1 ¼ to 1 ½ inch in outside diameter securely mounted at the near side wall and rear of toilet 3. Toilet paper dispenser mounted on side wall closest to the toilet at least 24 inches above the floor 4. Sink handles that can be used with a closed fist 5. At least 27 inches of knee clearance below the bottom of the sink
  • 13. Right To Know Tip Sheet It’s your life. And no one can protect it better than you. – Judi, Breast Cancer Survivor Breast Cancer: Breast cancer is the most common cancer in women. And living with a disability does not make you immune. Know the facts about breast cancer and why you need to make screening a regular part of your health care. An estimated 200,000 new cases of breast cancer will be diagnosed in American women this year. Women with disabilities are just as likely to be at risk for breast cancer as women without disabilities; the biggest risk factors are being a woman and aging. The chances of getting breast cancer increase with age. One out of every 8 women will get breast cancer at some point in her life. Finding breast cancer early increases chances of survival. If breast cancer is caught early, 9 out of every ten women survive more than 5 years. Getting tested regularly for breast cancer is the best way for women to lower their risk. Mammography can help find cancer early when it’s most treatable. Getting screened: As a woman living with a disability, you may face a number of challenges that make it difficult to get a quality mammogram and clinical exam. Here are some tips to make it easier. When scheduling a mammography, ask: 1. How should I dress? 2. How do I prepare if I use a wheelchair or a scooter? 3. Can the machine be adjusted so I can remain seated? 4. How long is the appointment and can I have additional time if I need it? Let the scheduling staff know that you can/cannot: 1. Sit upright with or without assistance. 2. Lift and move your arms. 3. Transfer from your chair/scooter. 4. Undress/dress without assistance. When preparing for your mammogram, remember:
  • 14. 1. Wear a blouse that opens in the front. 2. Wear a bra that you can easily remove. 3. Do not wear deodorant or body powder. 4. Talk to your healthcare provider about any disability-related concerns. If you’re over 40, check your breasts regularly, and have a mammogram and clinical exam every 1-2 years. For more information, visit www.cdc.gov/RightToKnow or call 1-800-CDC-INFO (232-4636); 1-888-232-6348 (TTY). Breast Cancer Screening The Right to Know
  • 15. The Montana Breast and Cervical Health Program The mission of the Montana Breast and Cervical Health Program (MBCHP) is to reduce breast and cervical cancer deaths among Montana women by providing ongoing quality screening services and education in a manner that is appropriate, accessible, cost effective and sensitive to women's needs. The Montana Breast and Cervical Health Program provides mammograms, clinical breast exams, Pap tests and pelvic exams for the early detection of breast and cervical cancer. These services may be provided free to eligible women. For information about low cost or free Mammograms and Pap Tests, Call Toll Free: 1-888-803- 9343
  • 16. Anaconda, Montana Anaconda Community Hospital Contact Information: 406-563-8660 401 W Pennsylvania Anaconda, MT 59711 Participates in the Montana Breast and Cervical Health Program General Information Hours of Operation: 7:00 am to 4:00 pm Radiologist on site: Part-time Services Standard cost for self pay mammogram: $186.00 (Radiologist and/or Computer Assisted Device charges not included) Usual wait for a screening mammogram: ½ to 1 day Do patients need to provide a referral: Yes Type of mammography machines: Digital Disability Access Information Van Accessible Parking: No Standard Accessible Parking: No Accessible Exterior Route: Yes Accessible path: Yes Accessible doors: Yes Accessible Interior Route: Yes Accessible Mammography Room: Yes Accessible doors: Yes Accessible route and maneuvering space: Yes Lowest height of x-ray plate from the floor: 27 inches Accessible Restroom on Same Floor: Yes Accessible doors: Yes Accessible route and turning space: Yes Accessible toilet, fixtures and sink: Yes Languages English: Spoken, Printed Material, Video, Braille
  • 17. Additional Services Care: Home Health Office; Office Education and Information Detection: Diagnostic Mammograms, Ultrasound/Sonogram Financial Assistance and Information: Accepts Medicare/Medicaid Support and Counseling Note: This information was gathered from the 2008-2009 MTDH Mammography Facility Assessment. Some features including costs, may have changed. Please call the facility for current information. When scheduling an appointment, notify the facility if you require accommodations.
  • 18. Baker, Montana Fallon Medical Complex Contact Information: Contact Information: 406-778-5147 202 E. 4th Street Baker, MT 59313 www.fallonmedical.org Participates in the Montana Breast and Cervical Health Program General Information: Hours of Operation: 8:00 am to 5:00 pm Radiologist on site: Full-time Services: Standard cost for self pay mammogram: $241.00 Usual wait for a screening mammogram: ½ to 1 day Do patients need to provide a referral: No Type of mammography machines: Digital Disability Access Information: Van Accessible Parking: Yes Standard Accessible Parking: Yes Accessible Exterior Route: Yes Accessible path: Yes Accessible doors: Yes Accessible Interior Route: Yes Accessible Mammography Room: Yes Accessible doors: Yes Accessible route and maneuvering space: Yes Lowest height of x-ray plate from the floor: 23 inches
  • 19. Accessible Restroom on Same Floor: No Accessible doors: Yes Accessible route and turning space: No Accessible toilet, fixtures and sink: No Languages: English: Spoken Spanish: Spoken Sign Language: Spoken Russian: Spoken Additional Services: Breast Reconstruction: Breast Prosthetics; Breast Reconstruction Care: Home Care Complementary Therapies: Nutrition Education and Information: Breast Cancer Patient Navigator Financial Assistance and Information: Reduced Rate Screening Mammograms, Accepts Medicare/Medicaid; Offers free screening mammograms Referral Services: Referral Services Support and Counseling: Breast Cancer Survivor Group in October Transportation: Located on a Bus Route, Local bus will pick patients up Treatment: Physical Therapy Note: This information was gathered from the 2008-2009 MTDH Mammography Facility Assessment. Some features including costs, may have changed. Please call the facility for current information. When scheduling an appointment, notify the facility if you require accommodations.
  • 20. Billings, Montana Billings Clinic Breast Center Contact Information: Contact Information: 406-238-2199 2800 10th Avenue N Billings, MT 59107 www.billingsclinic.com Participates in the Montana Breast and Cervical Health Program General Information: Hours of Operation: Monday- Friday 7:00 am to 5:30 pm; Saturday 8:00 am to 12:00 pm Radiologist on site: Full-time Services: Standard cost for self pay mammogram: $233.00 Usual wait for a screening mammogram: 1 week Do patients need to provide a referral: No Type of mammography machines: Digital Disability Access Information: Van Accessible Parking: Yes Standard Accessible Parking: Yes Accessible Exterior Route: Yes Accessible path: Yes Accessible doors: Yes Accessible Interior Route: Yes Accessible Mammography Room: Yes Accessible doors: Yes Accessible route and maneuvering space: Yes Lowest height of x-ray plate from the floor: 18 inches
  • 21. Accessible Restroom on Same Floor: Yes Accessible doors: Yes Accessible route and turning space: Yes Accessible toilet, fixtures and sink: Yes Languages: English: Spoken; Printed material Spanish: Spoken; Printed material Additional Services: Appearance: Scarves, Turbans Complementary Therapies: Nutrition Education and Information: Breast Self-Exam Training (BSE), Information on the Internet, Breast Cancer Patient Navigator Detection: Diagnostic Mammograms, Computerized Tomography (CT), Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI), Stereotactic Needle Biopsy (Stereotactic), Ultrasound/Sonogram, Positron Emission Tomography (PET) Scan, Needle Localization Galactograms Financial Assistance and Information: Free Screening Mammograms, Accepts Medicare/Medicaid Referral Services: Referral Services Support and Counseling: Breast Cancer Group, Family Cancer Group, Genetic Risk, Grief and Bereavement, Spiritual Transportation: Located on a Bus Route Treatment: Chemotherapy, Physical Therapy, Radiation Therapy, Clinical Trials, Tumor Board, Tumor Registry Note: This information was gathered from the 2008-2009 MTDH Mammography Facility Assessment. Some features including costs, may have changed. Please call the facility for current information.
  • 22. When scheduling an appointment, notify the facility if you require accommodations.
  • 23. Billings Clinic West Contact Information: Contact Information: 406-238-2959 2675 Central Avenue Billings, MT 59102 www.billingsclinic.com Participates in the Montana Breast and Cervical Health Program General Information: Hours of Operation: 7:30 am to 7:00 pm Radiologist on site: No Contract Radiologist: Yes Services: Standard cost for self pay mammogram: $252.00 Usual wait for a screening mammogram: 1 week Do patients need to provide a referral: No Type of mammography machines: Digital Disability Access Information: Van Accessible Parking: Yes Standard Accessible Parking: Yes Accessible Exterior Route: Yes Accessible path: Yes Accessible doors: Yes Accessible Interior Route: Yes Accessible Mammography Room: Yes Accessible doors: Yes
  • 24. Accessible route and maneuvering space: Yes Lowest height of x-ray plate from the floor: 25 inches Accessible Restroom on Same Floor: Yes Accessible doors: Yes Accessible route and turning space: Yes Accessible toilet, fixtures and sink: Yes Languages: English: Spoken, Braille Additional Services: Financial Assistance and Information: Accepts Medicare/Medicaid; Offers free screening mammograms Transportation: Located on a Bus Route Education and Information: Shower cards Note: This information was gathered from the 2008-2009 MTDH Mammography Facility Assessment. Some features including costs, may have changed. Please call the facility for current information. When scheduling an appointment, notify the facility if you require accommodations.
  • 25. Yellowstone Breast Center Contact Information: Contact Information: 406-237-4252 2900 12th Ave N Suite 276 Billings, MT 59101 www.svh-mt.org Participates in the Montana Breast and Cervical Health Program General Information Hours of Operation: 8:00 am to 5:00 pm Radiologist on site: Full-time Services Standard cost for self pay mammogram: $221.05 (Radiologist and/or Computer Assisted Device charges not included) Usual wait for a screening mammogram: 3 days Do patients need to provide a referral: No Type of mammography machines: Digital Disability Access Information Van Accessible Parking: Yes Standard Accessible Parking: Yes Accessible Exterior Route: Yes Accessible path: Yes Accessible doors: Yes Accessible Interior Route: Yes Accessible Mammography Room: Yes Accessible doors: Yes Accessible route and maneuvering space: Yes Lowest height of x-ray plate from the floor: 27 inches Accessible Restroom on Same Floor: Yes Accessible doors: Yes Accessible route and turning space: Yes Accessible toilet, fixtures and sink: No Languages
  • 26. English: Spoken, Printed Material Additional Services Education and Information: Breast Cancer Patient Navigator Detection: Diagnostic Mammograms, Ultrasound/Sonogram, Stereotactic Biopsy, DXA Financial Assistance and Information: Offers free Screening Mammograms, Accepts Medicare/Medicaid Support and Counseling: Breast Cancer Group, Family Cancer Group, Genetic Risk, Grief and Bereavement, Spiritual Transportation: Located on a Bus Route, Stops at front door Treatment: Tumor Board, Tumor Registry Note: This information was gathered from the 2008-2009 MTDH Mammography Facility Assessment. Some features including costs, may have changed. Please call the facility for current information. When scheduling an appointment, notify the facility if you require accommodations.
  • 27. Bozeman, Montana Advanced Medical Imaging Contact Information: Contact Information: 406-556-5200 915 Highland Blvd. Suite 4100 Bozeman, MT 59715 www.bozemanadvanced.com Participates in the Montana Breast and Cervical Health Program General Information Hours of Operation: 9:00 am to 9:00 pm Radiologist on site: Full-time Services Standard cost for self pay mammogram: $265.00 (Radiologist and/or Computer Assisted Device charges not included) Usual wait for a screening mammogram: 3-5 days Do patients need to provide a referral: Yes Type of mammography machines: Digital Disability Access Information Van Accessible Parking: Yes Standard Accessible Parking: Yes Accessible Exterior Route: No Accessible path: Yes Accessible doors: No Accessible Interior Route: Yes Accessible Mammography Room: Yes Accessible doors: Yes Accessible route and maneuvering space: Yes Lowest height of x-ray plate from the floor: 26 inches Accessible Restroom on Same Floor: Yes Accessible doors: Yes Accessible route and turning space: Yes Accessible toilet, fixtures and sink: Yes
  • 28. Languages English: Spoken, Printed Material, Braille, Large Print Additional Services Education and Information: Breast Cancer Patient Navigator Detection: Diagnostic Mammograms, Computerized Tomography (CT), Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI), Ultrasound/Sonogram Financial Assistance and Information: Free Screening Mammograms, Reduced Rate Screening Mammograms, Accepts Medicare/Medicaid Transportation: Located on a Bus Route Note: This information was gathered from the 2008-2009 MTDH Mammography Facility Assessment. Some features including costs, may have changed. Please call the facility for current information. When scheduling an appointment, notify the facility if you require accommodations.
  • 29. Butte, Montana Big Sky Diagnostic Imaging Contact Information: 406-782-2997 401 S. Alabama Butte, MT 59701 General Information Hours of Operation: 8:00 am to 5:00 pm Radiologist on site: Full-time Services Standard cost for self pay mammogram: $112.00 (Radiologist and/or Computer Assisted Device charges not included) Usual wait for a screening mammogram: 3 days Do patients need to provide a referral: No Type of mammography machines: Film Disability Access Information Van Accessible Parking: No Standard Accessible Parking: No Accessible Exterior Route: Yes Accessible path: Yes Accessible doors: Yes Accessible Interior Route: No Accessible Mammography Room: No Accessible doors: No Accessible route and maneuvering space: Yes Lowest height of x-ray plate from the floor: 26 inches Accessible Restroom on Same Floor: No Accessible doors: No Accessible route and turning space: Yes Accessible toilet, fixtures and sink: No Languages English: Spoken
  • 30. Additional Services Detection: Diagnostic Mammograms, Computerized Tomography (CT), Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI), Ultrasound/Sonogram Financial Assistance and Information: Accepts Medicare/Medicaid Transportation: Located on a Bus Route Note: This information was gathered from the 2008-2009 MTDH Mammography Facility Assessment. Some features including costs, may have changed. Please call the facility for current information. When scheduling an appointment, notify the facility if you require accommodations.
  • 31. Inter Mountain Digital Imaging Contact Information: 406-496-3535 435 S. Crystal Street Butte, MT 59701 Participates in the Montana Breast and Cervical Health Program General Information Hours of Operation: 8:00 am to 5:00 pm Radiologist on site: Full-time Services Standard cost for self pay mammogram: $295.00 Usual wait for a screening mammogram: 1 week Do patients need to provide a referral: No Type of mammography machines: Digital Disability Access Information Van Accessible Parking: No Standard Accessible Parking: Yes Accessible Exterior Route: Yes Accessible path: Yes Accessible doors: Yes Accessible Interior Route: Yes Accessible Mammography Room: No Accessible doors: No Accessible route and maneuvering space: Yes Lowest height of x-ray plate from the floor: 25 inches Accessible Restroom on Same Floor: No Accessible doors: Yes Accessible route and turning space: Yes Accessible toilet, fixtures and sink: No Languages English: Spoken, Printed Material, Video
  • 32. Spanish: Spoken Sign Language: Spoken Additional Services Education and Information: Breast Self-Exam Training (BSE) Detection: Diagnostic Mammograms, Computerized Tomography (CT), Stereotactic Needle Biopsy (Stereotactic), Ultrasound/Sonogram Financial Assistance and Information: Free Rate Screening Mammograms, Reduced Rate Screening Mammograms, Accepts Medicare/Medicaid Transportation: Located on a Bus Route Note: This information was gathered from the 2008-2009 MTDH Mammography Facility Assessment. Some features including costs, may have changed. Please call the facility for current information. When scheduling an appointment, notify the facility if you require accommodations.
  • 33. Columbus, Montana Stillwater Community Hospital Contact Information: 406-322-5316 44 West 4th Avenue North Columbus, MT 59019 Participates in the Montana Breast and Cervical Health Program General Information Hours of Operation: 7:30 am to 5:00 pm Radiologist on site: No Contract Radiologist: Yes Services Standard cost for self pay mammogram: $190.10 (Radiologist and/or Computer Assisted Device charges not included) Usual wait for a screening mammogram: 1 week Do patients need to provide a referral: No Type of mammography machines: Film Disability Access Information Van Accessible Parking: No Standard Accessible Parking: No Accessible Exterior Route: No Accessible path: No Accessible doors: No Accessible Interior Route: Yes Accessible Mammography Room: Yes Accessible doors: Yes Accessible route and maneuvering space: Yes Lowest height of x-ray plate from the floor: 16 inches Accessible Restroom on Same Floor: No Accessible doors: Yes Accessible route and turning space: Yes Accessible toilet, fixtures and sink: No
  • 34. Languages English: Spoken, Printed Material Additional Services Care: Home Care Education and Information: Pamphlets Detection: Diagnostic Mammograms Financial Assistance and Information: Reduced Rate Screening Mammograms, Accepts Medicare/Medicaid Transportation: Offer Transportation Services Note: This information was gathered from the 2008-2009 MTDH Mammography Facility Assessment. Some features including costs, may have changed. Please call the facility for current information. When scheduling an appointment, notify the facility if you require accommodations.
  • 35. Dillon, Montana Barrett Hospital & Healthcare Contact Information: 406-683-3104 1260 S. Atlantic Dillon, MT 59725 www.barretthospital.org *Construction of new hospital is pending Participates in the Montana Breast and Cervical Health Program General Information Hours of Operation: 8:00 am to 6:00 pm Radiologist on site: Part-time Services Standard cost for self pay mammogram: $95.85 (Radiologist and/or Computer Assisted Device charges not included) Usual wait for a screening mammogram: 1 week Do patients need to provide a referral: Yes Type of mammography machines: Film Disability Access Information Van Accessible Parking: No Standard Accessible Parking: Yes Accessible Exterior Route: No Accessible path: No Accessible doors: Yes Accessible Interior Route: Yes Accessible Mammography Room: Yes Accessible doors: Yes Accessible route and maneuvering space: Yes Lowest height of x-ray plate from the floor: 26 inches Accessible Restroom on Same Floor: Yes Accessible doors: Yes
  • 36. Accessible route and turning space: Yes Accessible toilet, fixtures and sink: Yes Languages English: Spoken, Printed Material, Video, Braille, Large Print Spanish: Spoken, Printed Material Additional Services Care: Home Care, Hospice Education and Information: Breast Self-Exam Training (BSE) Detection: Diagnostic Mammograms, Computerized Tomography (CT), Ultrasound/Sonogram, Ultrasound-Guided Core Biopsy Financial Assistance and Information: Reduced Rate Screening Mammograms, Free Screening Mammograms, Accepts Medicare/Medicaid Referral Services: Referral Services Transportation: Located on a Bus Route, Offers Transportation Services Note: This information was gathered from the 2008-2009 MTDH Mammography Facility Assessment. Some features including costs, may have changed. Please call the facility for current information. When scheduling an appointment, notify the facility if you require accommodations. Forsyth, Montana
  • 37. Rosebud Health Care Center Contact Information: 406-346-2161 383 N 17th Avenue Forsyth, MT 59327 www.rosebudhealthcare.com Participates in the Montana Breast and Cervical Health Program General Information Hours of Operation: 8:00 am to 5:00 pm Radiologist on site: No Contract Radiologist: Yes Services Standard cost for self pay mammogram: $130.00 Usual wait for a screening mammogram: 2 weeks Do patients need to provide a referral: Yes Type of mammography machines: Film Disability Access Information Van Accessible Parking: No Standard Accessible Parking: Yes Accessible Exterior Route: Yes Accessible path: Yes Accessible doors: Yes Accessible Interior Route: Yes Accessible Mammography Room: Yes Accessible doors: Yes Accessible route and maneuvering space: Yes Lowest height of x-ray plate from the floor: 15.5 inches Accessible Restroom on Same Floor: Yes Accessible doors: Yes Accessible route and turning space: Yes Accessible toilet, fixtures and sink: Yes
  • 38. Languages English: Spoken Additional Services Education and Information: Breast Self-Exam Training (BSE), Pamphlets Detection: Diagnostic Mammograms, Computerized Tomography (CT) Financial Assistance and Information: Accepts Medicare/Medicaid Note: This information was gathered from the 2008-2009 MTDH Mammography Facility Assessment. Some features including costs, may have changed. Please call the facility for current information. When scheduling an appointment, notify the facility if you require accommodations.
  • 39. Glasgow, Montana Frances Mahon Deaconess Hospital Contact Information: 406-228-3630 621 3rd Street S Glasgow, MT 59230 www.fmdh.org Participates in the Montana Breast and Cervical Health Program General Information Hours of Operation: 8:00 am to 5:00 pm Radiologist on site: Full-time Services Standard cost for self pay mammogram: $171.00 Usual wait for a screening mammogram: 1-2 weeks Do patients need to provide a referral: No Type of mammography machines: Film Disability Access Information Van Accessible Parking: Yes Standard Accessible Parking: Yes Accessible Exterior Route: Yes Accessible path: Yes Accessible doors: Yes Accessible Interior Route: Yes Accessible Mammography Room: Yes Accessible doors: Yes Accessible route and maneuvering space: Yes Lowest height of x-ray plate from the floor: 24 inches Accessible Restroom on Same Floor: No Accessible doors: No Accessible route and turning space: No Accessible toilet, fixtures and sink: Yes
  • 40. Languages English: Spoken, Printed Material Additional Services Education and Information: Breast Self-Exam Training (BSE) Detection: Diagnostic Mammograms, Computerized Tomography (CT), Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI), Ultrasound/Sonogram Financial Assistance and Information: Free Screening Mammograms, Accepts Medicare/Medicaid Transportation: Located on a Bus Route Treatment: Chemotherapy, Physical Therapy Note: This information was gathered from the 2008-2009 MTDH Mammography Facility Assessment. Some features including costs, may have changed. Please call the facility for current information. When scheduling an appointment, notify the facility if you require accommodations.
  • 41. Glendive, Montana Glendive Medical Center Contact Information: 406-345-3330 202 Prospect Drive Glendive, MT 59330 www.gmc.org Participates in the Montana Breast and Cervical Health Program General Information Hours of Operation: 8:00 am to 5:00 pm Radiologist on site: Full-time Services Standard cost for self pay mammogram: $147.20 Usual wait for a screening mammogram: 2 days Do patients need to provide a referral: No Type of mammography machines: Film Disability Access Information Van Accessible Parking: Standard Accessible Parking: Yes Accessible Exterior Route: Yes Accessible path: Yes Accessible doors: Yes Accessible Interior Route: Yes Accessible Mammography Room: Yes Accessible doors: Yes Accessible route and maneuvering space: Yes Lowest height of x-ray plate from the floor: 24 inches Accessible Restroom on Same Floor: Yes Accessible doors: Yes Accessible route and turning space: Yes Accessible toilet, fixtures and sink: Yes
  • 42. Languages English: Spoken, Printed Material Additional Services Care: Home Care, Hospice Complementary Therapies: Nutrition Education and Information: Breast Self-Exam Training (BSE) Detection: Diagnostic Mammograms, Computerized Tomography (CT), Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI), Ultrasound/Sonogram Financial Assistance and Information: Reduced Rate Screening Mammograms, Accepts Medicare/Medicaid Referral Services: Referral Services Support and Counseling: Breast Cancer Group, Family Cancer Group, Grief and Bereavement Transportation: Located on a Bus Route Note: This information was gathered from the 2008-2009 MTDH Mammography Facility Assessment. Some features including costs, may have changed. Please call the facility for current information. When scheduling an appointment, notify the facility if you require accommodations.
  • 43. Great Falls, Montana Benefis Health Care West Contact Information: 406-731-8400 East Tower 1101 26th Street S. Great Falls, MT 59405 www.benefis.org Participates in the Montana Breast and Cervical Health Program General Information Hours of Operation: 8:00 am to 4:00 pm Radiologist on site: Full-time Services Standard cost for self pay mammogram: $150.00 (Radiologist and/or Computer Assisted Device charges not included) Usual wait for a screening mammogram: 1 week Do patients need to provide a referral: Yes Type of mammography machines: Digital Disability Access Information Van Accessible Parking: No Standard Accessible Parking: Yes Accessible Exterior Route: Yes Accessible path: Yes Accessible doors: Yes Accessible Interior Route: Yes Accessible Mammography Room: Yes Accessible doors: Yes Accessible route and maneuvering space: Yes Lowest height of x-ray plate from the floor: 27 inches Accessible Restroom on Same Floor: No Accessible doors: No Accessible route and turning space: No Accessible toilet, fixtures and sink: No
  • 44. Languages English: Spoken, Printed Material Spanish: Spoken Sign Language: Spoken Additional Services Education and Information: Information on the Internet, Breast Cancer Patient Navigator Detection: Diagnostic Mammograms, Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI), Ultrasound/Sonogram Financial Assistance and Information: Accepts Medicare/Medicaid Support and Counseling Transportation: Located on a Bus Route Note: This information was gathered from the 2008-2009 MTDH Mammography Facility Assessment. Some features including costs, may have changed. Please call the facility for current information. When scheduling an appointment, notify the facility if you require accommodations.
  • 45. Rocky Mountain Breast Center Contact Information: 406-771-3159 3000 15th Avenue South Great Falls, MT 59405 Participates in the Montana Breast and Cervical Health Program General Information Hours of Operation: 8:00 am to 4:30 pm Radiologist on site: Full-time Services Standard cost for self pay mammogram: Usual wait for a screening mammogram: Same Day Do patients need to provide a referral: Yes Type of mammography machines: Digital Disability Access Information Van Accessible Parking: Yes Standard Accessible Parking: Yes Accessible Exterior Route: Yes Accessible path: Yes Accessible doors: Yes Accessible Interior Route: No Accessible Mammography Room: No Accessible doors: Yes Accessible route and maneuvering space: No Lowest height of x-ray plate from the floor: 24 inches Accessible Restroom on Same Floor: Yes Accessible doors: Yes Accessible route and turning space: Yes Accessible toilet, fixtures and sink: Yes Languages English: Spoken
  • 46. Sign Language: Spoken Russian: Spoken Additional Services Detection: Diagnostic Mammograms, Ultrasound/Sonogram Financial Assistance and Information: Reduced Rate Screening Mammograms, Accepts Medicare/Medicaid Transportation: Located on a Bus Route Note: This information was gathered from the 2008-2009 MTDH Mammography Facility Assessment. Some features including costs, may have changed. Please call the facility for current information. When scheduling an appointment, notify the facility if you require accommodations.
  • 47. Hamilton, Montana Marcus Daly Memorial Hospital Contact Information: 406-363-2211 1200 Westwood Drive Hamilton, MT 59840 Participates in the Montana Breast and Cervical Health Program General Information Hours of Operation: 8:00 am to 5:00 pm Radiologist on site: Full-time Services Standard cost for self pay mammogram: $214.75 Usual wait for a screening mammogram: 2 weeks Do patients need to provide a referral: Yes Type of mammography machines: Digital Disability Access Information Van Accessible Parking: Yes Standard Accessible Parking: Yes Accessible Exterior Route: Yes Accessible path: Yes Accessible doors: Yes Accessible Interior Route: Yes Accessible Mammography Room: Yes Accessible doors: Yes Accessible route and maneuvering space: Yes Lowest height of x-ray plate from the floor: 31 inches Accessible Restroom on Same Floor: No Accessible doors: No Accessible route and turning space: No Accessible toilet, fixtures and sink: No Languages
  • 48. English: Spoken, Printed Material Spanish: Spoken, Printed Material Sign Language: Spoken Additional Services Appearance: Post-Operative Apparel Care: Home Care, Hospice Education and Information: Breast Self-Exam Training (BSE) Detection: Diagnostic Mammograms, Computerized Tomography (CT) Financial Assistance and Information: Accepts Medicare/Medicaid Referral Services: Referral Services Support and Counseling: Breast Cancer Group, Family Cancer Group Transportation: Bus Transportation Services can be arranged Treatment: Chemotherapy, Lymphedema Specialty Services Note: This information was gathered from the 2008-2009 MTDH Mammography Facility Assessment. Some features including costs, may have changed. Please call the facility for current information. When scheduling an appointment, notify the facility if you require accommodations.
  • 49. Hardin, Montana Big Horn County Memorial Hospital Contact Information: 406-665-2310 17 North Miles Hardin, MT 59034 www.bighornhospital.org Participates in the Montana Breast and Cervical Health Program General Information Hours of Operation: 8:00 am to 5:00 pm Radiologist on site: No Contract Radiologist: Yes Services Standard cost for self pay mammogram: $149.46 Usual wait for a screening mammogram: < 1 week Do patients need to provide a referral: Yes Type of mammography machines: Film Disability Access Information Van Accessible Parking: Yes Standard Accessible Parking: Yes Accessible Exterior Route: Yes Accessible path: Yes Accessible doors: Yes Accessible Interior Route: Yes Accessible Mammography Room: Yes Accessible doors: Yes Accessible route and maneuvering space: Yes Lowest height of x-ray plate from the floor: 11 inches Accessible Restroom on Same Floor: Yes Accessible doors: Yes Accessible route and turning space: Yes Accessible toilet, fixtures and sink: Yes
  • 50. Languages English: Spoken, Printed Material Additional Services Education and Information: Breast Self-Exam Training (BSE) video Detection: Diagnostic Mammograms, Ultrasound/Sonogram Financial Assistance and Information: Accepts Medicare/Medicaid Note: This information was gathered from the 2008-2009 MTDH Mammography Facility Assessment. Some features including costs, may have changed. Please call the facility for current information. When scheduling an appointment, notify the facility if you require accommodations.
  • 51. Harlem, Montana Fort Belknap Center IHS Contact Information: 406-353-3142 456 Gros Ventre Ave Harlem, MT 59526 www.ihs.gov Participates in the Montana Breast and Cervical Health Program General Information Hours of Operation: 8:00 am to 5:00 pm Radiologist on site: No Contract Radiologist: Yes Services Standard cost for self pay mammogram: IHS covers Usual wait for a screening mammogram: 3 days Do patients need to provide a referral: No Type of mammography machines: Film Disability Access Information Van Accessible Parking: No Standard Accessible Parking: No Accessible Exterior Route: Yes Accessible path: Yes Accessible doors: Yes Accessible Interior Route: Yes Accessible Mammography Room: Yes Accessible doors: Yes Accessible route and maneuvering space: Yes Lowest height of x-ray plate from the floor: 25 inches Accessible Restroom on Same Floor: No Accessible doors: No Accessible route and turning space: Yes Accessible toilet, fixtures and sink: Yes
  • 52. Languages English: Spoken Additional Services Care: Home Care, Hospice Education and Information Financial Assistance and Information: Free Screening Mammograms, Reduced Rate Screening Mammograms (IHS), Accepts Medicare/Medicaid Support and Counseling: Breast Cancer Group, Spiritual Transportation: Offer Transportation Services Note: This information was gathered from the 2008-2009 MTDH Mammography Facility Assessment. Some features including costs, may have changed. Please call the facility for current information. When scheduling an appointment, notify the facility if you require accommodations.
  • 53. Harlowtown, Montana Wheatland Memorial Health Contact Information: 406-632-3119 530 3rd Street NW Harlowton, MT 59036 www.wheatlandmemorial.org Participates in the Montana Breast and Cervical Health Program General Information Hours of Operation: 8:30 am to 5:00 pm Radiologist on site: No Contract Radiologist: Yes Services Standard cost for self pay mammogram: $160.00 Usual wait for a screening mammogram: 1-2 days Do patients need to provide a referral: No Type of mammography machines: Digital Disability Access Information Van Accessible Parking: No Standard Accessible Parking: No Accessible Exterior Route: No Accessible path: No Accessible doors: No Accessible Interior Route: Yes Accessible Mammography Room: Yes Accessible doors: Yes Accessible route and maneuvering space: Yes Lowest height of x-ray plate from the floor: 11 inches Accessible Restroom on Same Floor: No Accessible doors: Yes Accessible route and turning space: No Accessible toilet, fixtures and sink: No
  • 54. Languages English: Spoken, Printed Material, Video, Braille Additional Services Education and Information: Breast Self-Exam Training (BSE) Detection: Diagnostic Mammograms, Computerized Tomography (CT), Ultrasound/Sonogram Financial Assistance and Information: Reduced Rate Screening Mammograms, Accepts Medicare/Medicaid Note: This information was gathered from the 2008-2009 MTDH Mammography Facility Assessment. Some features including costs, may have changed. Please call the facility for current information. When scheduling an appointment, notify the facility if you require accommodations. Havre, Montana
  • 55. Northern Montana Hospital Contact Information: 406-265-2211 30 13th Street Havre, MT 59501 www.nmhcare.org Participates in the Montana Breast and Cervical Health Program General Information Hours of Operation: 8:30 am to 3:30 pm Radiologist on site: Full-time Services Standard cost for self pay mammogram: $225.10 Usual wait for a screening mammogram: 3 weeks Do patients need to provide a referral: Yes Type of mammography machines: Digital Disability Access Information Van Accessible Parking: Yes Standard Accessible Parking: Yes Accessible Exterior Route: Yes Accessible path: Yes Accessible doors: Yes Accessible Interior Route: Yes Accessible Mammography Room: Yes Accessible doors: Yes Accessible route and maneuvering space: Yes Lowest height of x-ray plate from the floor: 24 inches Accessible Restroom on Same Floor: No Accessible doors: Yes Accessible route and turning space: No Accessible toilet, fixtures and sink: No Languages
  • 56. English: Spoken, Printed Material Additional Services Appearance: Post-Operative Apparel, Scarves, Turbans, Wigs, Turbans Breast Reconstruction: Breast Prosthetics Care: Home Care, Hospice Complementary Therapies: Nutrition Detection: Diagnostic Mammograms, Computerized Tomography (CT), Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI), Stereotactic Needle Biopsy (Stereotactic), Ultrasound/Sonogram Financial Assistance and Information: Accepts Medicare/Medicaid Referral Services: Referral Services Support and Counseling: Grief and Bereavement Treatment: Chemotherapy, Physical Therapy, Clinical Trials, Radiation Therapy, Tumor Board, Tumor Registry Note: This information was gathered from the 2008-2009 MTDH Mammography Facility Assessment. Some features including costs, may have changed. Please call the facility for current information. When scheduling an appointment, notify the facility if you require accommodations.
  • 57. Helena, Montana St. Peter’s Hospital Contact Information: 406-442-2480 2475 Broadway Helena, MT 59601 www.stpetes.orgbn Participates in the Montana Breast and Cervical Health Program General Information Hours of Operation: 6:30 am to 6:00 pm Radiologist on site: Full-time Services Standard cost for self pay mammogram: $170.00 (Radiologist and/or Computer Assisted Device charges not included) Usual wait for a screening mammogram: 1 week Do patients need to provide a referral: No Type of mammography machines: Digital Disability Access Information Van Accessible Parking: No Standard Accessible Parking: Yes Accessible Exterior Route: Yes Accessible path: Yes Accessible doors: Yes Accessible Interior Route: Yes Accessible Mammography Room: Yes Accessible doors: Yes Accessible route and maneuvering space: Yes Lowest height of x-ray plate from the floor: 26 inches Accessible Restroom on Same Floor: Yes Accessible doors: Yes Accessible route and turning space: Yes Accessible toilet, fixtures and sink: Yes
  • 58. Languages English: Spoken, Printed Material, Video, Large Print Spanish: Spoken Sign Language: Spoken Other: Language Interpeters Additional Services Appearance: Prosthetics, Wigs Care: Home Care, Hospice Complementary Therapies: Nutrition Education and Information: Breast Cancer Patient Navigator Detection: Diagnostic Mammograms, Computerized Tomography (CT), Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI), Stereotactic Needle Biopsy (Stereotactic), Ultrasound/Sonogram, Positron Emission Tomography (PET) Scan Financial Assistance and Information: Reduced Rate Screening Mammograms, Accepts Medicare/Medicaid, Offers free screening mammograms Support and Counseling: Breast Cancer Group, Family Cancer Group, Genetic Risk, Grief and Bereavement, Spiritual Transportation: Offer Transportation Services Treatment: Chemotherapy, Clinical Trials, Physical Therapy, Stem Cell Rescue, Radiation Therapy, Tumor Board, Tumor Registry Note: This information was gathered from the 2008-2009 MTDH Mammography Facility Assessment. Some features including costs, may have changed. Please call the facility for current information. When scheduling an appointment, notify the facility if you require accommodations.
  • 59. Kalispell, Montana The Women’s Center at HealthCenter Northwest Contact Information: 406-751-7523 320 Sunnyview Lane Kalispell, MT 59901 www.nwhc.org Participates in the Montana Breast and Cervical Health Program General Information Hours of Operation: 7:30 am to 5:30 pm Radiologist on site: Full-time Services Standard cost for self pay mammogram: $201.00 (Radiologist and/or Computer Assisted Device charges not included) Usual wait for a screening mammogram: < 1 week Do patients need to provide a referral: No Type of mammography machines: Digital Disability Access Information Van Accessible Parking: No Standard Accessible Parking: No Accessible Exterior Route: Yes Accessible path: Yes Accessible doors: Yes Accessible Interior Route: Yes Accessible Mammography Room: Yes Accessible doors: Yes Accessible route and maneuvering space: Yes Lowest height of x-ray plate from the floor: 26 inches Accessible Restroom on Same Floor: Yes Accessible doors: Yes Accessible route and turning space: Yes Accessible toilet, fixtures and sink: Yes
  • 60. Languages English: Spoken, Printed Material, Braille Spanish: Spoken, Printed Material, Large Print Sign Language: Spoken Other: Spoken Additional Services Appearance: Post-Operative Apparel, Scarves, Turbans, Wigs/Hair Pieces Breast Reconstruction: Breast Prosthetics Care: Home Care, Hospice Education and Information: Breast Self-Exam Training (BSE), Information on the Internet, Breast Cancer Patient Navigator Detection: Diagnostic Mammograms, Computerized Tomography (CT), Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI), Stereotactic Needle Biopsy (Stereotactic), Ultrasound/Sonogram, Positron Emission Tomography (PET) Scan Financial Assistance and Information: Reduced Rate Screening Mammograms, Accepts Medicare/Medicaid Referral Services: Referral Services Support and Counseling: Cancer Support Group, Genetic Risk Transportation: Located on a Bus Route, Offers other types of Transportation Services Treatment: Chemotherapy, Physical Therapy, Radiation Therapy, Tumor Board, Tumor Registry Note: This information was gathered from the 2008-2009 MTDH Mammography Facility Assessment. Some features including costs, may have changed. Please call the facility for current information. When scheduling an appointment, notify the facility if you require accommodations.
  • 61. Winkley Women’s Center (Mobile) Contact Information: 406-752-8390 See Facilities Below Based at 320 Sunnyview Lane Kalispell, MT 59901 The Winkley Women’s Center is a mobile coach that provides mammography, breast ultrasound and bone density testing in nine Montana communities including Browning, Chester, Choteau, Cut Bank, Eureka, Fort Benton, Malta, Plains and Conrad. To schedule an appointment, please contact the health care facility nearest you. Participates in the Montana Breast and Cervical Health Program General Information Hours of Operation: Varies—usually 8:30 am to 4:30 pm Radiologist on site: No Contract Radiologist: Yes Services Standard cost for self pay mammogram: Site Specific Usual wait for a screening mammogram: 2 weeks Do patients need to provide a referral: Yes Type of mammography machines: Digital Disability Access Information Van Accessible Parking: Site specific Standard Accessible Parking: Site specific Accessible Exterior Route: Site specific Accessible Interior Route: Yes Accessible Mammography Room: Yes Accessible doors: Yes Accessible route and maneuvering space: Yes Lowest height of x-ray plate from the floor: 27 inches Accessible Restroom on Same Floor: No NOTE: Patients use the facility’s restroom. Languages
  • 62. English: Spoken, Printed Material Additional Services Detection: Diagnostic Mammograms, Ultrasound/Sonogram, DXA Note: This information was gathered from the 2008-2009 MTDH Mammography Facility Assessment. Some features including costs, may have changed. Please call the facility for current information. When scheduling an appointment, notify the facility if you require accommodations. Lewistown, Montana
  • 63. Central Montana Medical Center Contact Information: 406-535-6294 408 Wendell Lewistown, MT 59457 www.cmmccares.com Participates in the Montana Breast and Cervical Health Program General Information Hours of Operation: 8:00 am to 5:00 pm Radiologist on site: Full-time Services Standard cost for self pay mammogram: $86.00 (Radiologist and/or Computer Assisted Device charges not included) Usual wait for a screening mammogram: 1.5-2 weeks Do patients need to provide a referral: Yes Type of mammography machines: Filml Disability Access Information Van Accessible Parking: No Standard Accessible Parking: No Accessible Exterior Route: Yes Accessible path: Yes Accessible doors: Yes Accessible Interior Route: Yes Accessible Mammography Room: Yes Accessible doors: Yes Accessible route and maneuvering space: Yes Lowest height of x-ray plate from the floor: 11 inches Accessible Restroom on Same Floor: No Accessible doors: No Accessible route and turning space: No Accessible toilet, fixtures and sink: No Languages English: Spoken, Printed Material, Video
  • 64. Sign Language: Spoken Other: Spectra Corp Interpretative Services Additional Services Care: Home Care, Hospice Education and Information: Breast Self-Exam Training (BSE) Detection: Diagnostic Mammograms, Ultrasound/Sonogram Financial Assistance and Information: Free Screening Mammograms, Accepts Medicare/Medicaid Referral Services: Referral Services Support and Counseling: Breast Cancer Group, Grief and Bereavement Treatment: Chemotherapy, Physical Therapy, Tumor Registry Note: This information was gathered from the 2008-2009 MTDH Mammography Facility Assessment. Some features including costs, may have changed. Please call the facility for current information. When scheduling an appointment, notify the facility if you require accommodations.
  • 65. Libby, Montana St. John’s Lutheran Hospital Contact Information: 406-293-0149 350 Louisiana Street Libby, MT 59923 www.sjlh.org Participates in the Montana Breast and Cervical Health Program General Information Hours of Operation: Tuesday through Friday 8:00 am to 5:00 pm Radiologist on site: Full-time Services Standard cost for self pay mammogram: $177.59 (Radiologist and/or Computer Assisted Device charges not included) Usual wait for a screening mammogram: 2 weeks Do patients need to provide a referral: Yes Type of mammography machines: Digital Disability Access Information Van Accessible Parking: Yes Standard Accessible Parking: Yes Accessible Exterior Route: Yes Accessible path: Yes Accessible doors: Yes Accessible Interior Route: Yes Accessible Mammography Room: No Accessible doors: No Accessible route and maneuvering space: Yes Lowest height of x-ray plate from the floor: 27 inches Accessible Restroom on Same Floor: No Accessible doors: No Accessible route and turning space: Yes Accessible toilet, fixtures and sink: No
  • 66. Languages English: Spoken, Printed Material Spanish: Spoken, Printed Material Sign Language: Spoken Russian: Spoken Additional Services Appearance: Post-Operative Apparel, Scarves, Turbans, Wigs/Hair Pieces Breast Reconstruction: Breast Prosthetics Care: Home Care, Hospice Education and Information: Breast Self-Exam Training (BSE), Information on the Internet Detection: Diagnostic Mammograms, Computerized Tomography (CT), Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI), Stereotactic Needle Biopsy (Stereotactic), Ultrasound/Sonogram, Positron Emission Tomography (PET) Scan, Incisional Biopsy Financial Assistance and Information: Reduced Rate Screening Mammograms, Accepts Medicare/Medicaid Referral Services: Referral Services Support and Counseling: Cancer Group Transportation: Located on a Bus Route, Offer Transportation Services Treatment: Chemotherapy, Physical Therapy, Radiation Therapy, Tumor Board, Tumor Registry Note: This information was gathered from the 2008-2009 MTDH Mammography Facility Assessment. Some features including costs, may have changed. Please call the facility for current information. When scheduling an appointment, notify the facility if you require accommodations.
  • 67. General Information Hours Of Operation Tuesday- Friday 8:00 am to 5:00 pm Radiologist On Site Full-time Services Standard cost for self pay mammogram $177.59  Usual wait for a screening mammogram 2 weeks Do patients need to provide a referral Yes Type of mammography machines Digital Disability Access Information Languages Spoken Printed Material Video Braille Large Print English      Spanish      Sign Language      Other Russian     Additional Services Van Accessible Parking Yes Standard Accessible Parking Yes Accessible Exterior Route Yes Accessible path  Accessible doors  Accessible Interior Route Yes Accessible Mammography Room No Accessible doors  Accessible route and maneuvering space  Lowest height of x-ray plate from the floor 27 inches Accessible Restroom on Same Floor No Accessible doors  Accessible route and turning space  Accessible toilet, fixtures and sink  Note: This information was gathered from the 2008-2009 MTDH Mammography Facility Assessment. Some features including costs, may have changed. Plea call the facility for current information. When scheduling an appointment, notify the facility if you require accommodations. Keys to symbols:  Radiologist and/or Computer Assisted Device charges not included 67 Chemotherapy Physical Therapy Radiation Therapy Tumor Board Tumor Registry Breast Self-Exam Training; Information on the internet Cancer Group; Located On A Bus Route; Offer Transportation Services Reduced Rate Screening Mammograms; Accepts Medicaid/Medicare Patients Diagnostic Mammograms CT scan MRI Ultrasound/Sonogram PET scan Stereotactic Biopsy Incisional Biopsy Referral ServicesHome Care; Hospice Post-Operative Apparel Scarves; Turbans; Wigs hair Pieces Breast Prosthetics; Breast Reconstruction
  • 68. Livingston, Montana Livingston Health Care Contact Information: 406-222-5041 504 South 13th Livingston, MT 59704 www.livingstonhealthcare.org Participates in the Montana Breast and Cervical Health Program General Information Hours of Operation: 8:00 am to 4:00 pm Radiologist on site: Full-time Services Standard cost for self pay mammogram: $251.10 Usual wait for a screening mammogram: <1 week Do patients need to provide a referral: No Type of mammography machines: Digital Disability Access Information Van Accessible Parking: No Standard Accessible Parking: No Accessible Exterior Route: No Accessible path: No Accessible doors: No Accessible Interior Route: Yes Accessible Mammography Room: No Accessible doors: No Accessible route and maneuvering space: Yes Lowest height of x-ray plate from the floor: 18 inches Accessible Restroom on Same Floor: No Accessible doors: Yes Accessible route and turning space: No Accessible toilet, fixtures and sink: Yes Languages English: Spoken
  • 69. Other: Service for any language Additional Services Care: Home Care, Hospice Education and Information: Breast Self-Exam Training (BSE), Information on the Internet Detection: Diagnostic Mammograms, Computerized Tomography (CT), Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI), Ultrasound/Sonogram, Needle Localization Financial Assistance and Information: Free Screening Mammograms, Reduced Rate Screening Mammograms (through programs) Referral Services: Referral Services Transportation: Angle Line Transportation Treatment: Chemotherapy, Physical Therapy, Tumor Board Note: This information was gathered from the 2008-2009 MTDH Mammography Facility Assessment. Some features including costs, may have changed. Please call the facility for current information. When scheduling an appointment, notify the facility if you require accommodations. Miles City, Montana
  • 70. Billings Clinic Miles City Contact Information: 406-233-7000 620 S. Haynes Miles City, MT 59301 www.billingsclinic.com Participates in the Montana Breast and Cervical Health Program General Information Hours of Operation: 8:00 am to 6:00 pm Radiologist on site: No Contract Radiologist: *Automatically sent to Billings Services Standard cost for self pay mammogram: $159.00 Usual wait for a screening mammogram: 1-2 days Do patients need to provide a referral: No Type of mammography machines: Digital Disability Access Information Van Accessible Parking: Yes Standard Accessible Parking: Yes Accessible Exterior Route: Yes Accessible path: Yes Accessible doors: Yes Accessible Interior Route: Yes Accessible Mammography Room: Yes Accessible doors: Yes Accessible route and maneuvering space: Yes Lowest height of x-ray plate from the floor: 24 inches Accessible Restroom on Same Floor: Yes Accessible doors: Yes Accessible route and turning space: Yes Accessible toilet, fixtures and sink: Yes
  • 71. Languages English: Spoken, Printed Material Additional Services Education and Information: Breast Self-Exam Training (BSE) Detection: Diagnostic Mammograms, Computerized Tomography (CT), Ultrasound/Sonogram, Financial Assistance and Information: Free Screening Mammograms, Accepts Medicare/Medicaid Treatment: Chemotherapy, Physical Therapy, Dietician Note: This information was gathered from the 2008-2009 MTDH Mammography Facility Assessment. Some features including costs, may have changed. Please call the facility for current information. When scheduling an appointment, notify the facility if you require accommodations.
  • 72. Holy Rosary Healthcare Contact Information: 406-233-2600 2600 Wilson Street Miles City, MT 59301 www.holyrosaryhealthcare.org Participates in the Montana Breast and Cervical Health Program General Information Hours of Operation: 8:30 am to 5:00 pm Radiologist on site: Full-time Services Standard cost for self pay mammogram: $150.00 Usual wait for a screening mammogram: 1-2 days Do patients need to provide a referral: No Type of mammography machines: Film Disability Access Information Van Accessible Parking: Yes Standard Accessible Parking: Yes Accessible Exterior Route: Yes Accessible path: Yes Accessible doors: Yes Accessible Interior Route: Yes Accessible Mammography Room: Yes Accessible doors: Yes Accessible route and maneuvering space: Yes Lowest height of x-ray plate from the floor: 22 inches Accessible Restroom on Same Floor: Yes Accessible doors: Yes Accessible route and turning space: Yes Accessible toilet, fixtures and sink: Yes Languages
  • 73. English: Spoken, Printed Material Additional Services Care: Home Care, Hospice Education and Information: Breast Self-Exam Training (BSE) Detection: Diagnostic Mammograms, Ultrasound/Sonogram Financial Assistance and Information: Reduced Rate Screening Mammograms, Accepts Medicare/Medicaid Referral Services: Referral Services Support and Counseling: Grief and Bereavement, Spiritual Transportation: Located on a Bus Route Treatment: Chemotherapy, Physical Therapy Note: This information was gathered from the 2008-2009 MTDH Mammography Facility Assessment. Some features including costs, may have changed. Please call the facility for current information. When scheduling an appointment, notify the facility if you require accommodations.
  • 74. Missoula, Montana Advanced Imaging of Montana Contact Information: 406-327-3953 2805 South Avenue Missoula, MT 59804 www.advancedimagingofmt.com Participates in the Montana Breast and Cervical Health Program General Information Hours of Operation: 7:00 am to 5:30 pm Radiologist on site: Full-time Services Standard cost for self pay mammogram: $268.50 Usual wait for a screening mammogram: Same Day Do patients need to provide a referral: No Type of mammography machines: Digital Disability Access Information Van Accessible Parking: Yes Standard Accessible Parking: Yes Accessible Exterior Route: Yes Accessible path: Yes Accessible doors: Yes Accessible Interior Route: Yes Accessible Mammography Room: Yes Accessible doors: Yes Accessible route and maneuvering space: Yes Lowest height of x-ray plate from the floor: 31 inches Accessible Restroom on Same Floor: Yes Accessible doors: Yes Accessible route and turning space: Yes Accessible toilet, fixtures and sink: Yes
  • 75. Languages English: Spoken, Printed Material, Video, Braille, Large Print Spanish: Spoken Sign Language: Spoken Russian: Spoken Additional Services Education and Information: Information on the Internet, Breast Cancer Patient Navigator Detection: Computerized Tomography (CT), Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) Financial Assistance and Information: Reduced Rate Screening Mammograms, Accepts Medicare/Medicaid Transportation: Located on a Bus Route, Offers Transportation Services Note: This information was gathered from the 2008-2009 MTDH Mammography Facility Assessment. Some features including costs, may have changed. Please call the facility for current information. When scheduling an appointment, notify the facility if you require accommodations.
  • 76. Broadway Diagnostic Contact Information: 406-329-5757 500 W Broadway Missoula, MT 59802 Participates in the Montana Breast and Cervical Health Program General Information Hours of Operation: Monday through Friday 7:00 am to 6:00 pm; Saturday 8:30 am-12:30 pm Radiologist on site: Full-time Services Standard cost for self pay mammogram: $275.00 Usual wait for a screening mammogram: 1-2 days Do patients need to provide a referral: No Type of mammography machines: Digital Disability Access Information Van Accessible Parking: No Standard Accessible Parking: Yes Accessible Exterior Route: Yes Accessible path: Yes Accessible doors: Yes Accessible Interior Route: Yes Accessible Mammography Room: Yes Accessible doors: Yes Accessible route and maneuvering space: Yes Lowest height of x-ray plate from the floor: 26 inches Accessible Restroom on Same Floor: Yes Accessible doors: Yes Accessible route and turning space: Yes Accessible toilet, fixtures and sink: Yes Languages
  • 77. English: Spoken, Printed Material, Braille, Large Print Spanish: Printed material Additional Services Appearance: Scarves, Turbans, Wigs/Hair Pieces Breast Reconstruction: Breast Prosthetics Education and Information: Breast Self-Exam Training (BSE), Information on the Internet, Breast Cancer Patient Navigator Detection: Diagnostic Mammograms, Computerized Tomography (CT), Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI), Stereotactic Needle Biopsy (Stereotactic), Ultrasound/Sonogram, Positron Emission Tomography (PET) Scan, Nuclear Medicine Financial Assistance and Information: Free Screening Mammograms, Reduced Rate Screening Mammograms, Accepts Medicare/Medicaid Referral Services: Referral Services Support and Counseling: Breast Cancer Group Transportation: Located on a Bus Route, Offers Transportation Services Treatment: Chemotherapy, Physical Therapy, Radiation Therapy Note: This information was gathered from the 2008-2009 MTDH Mammography Facility Assessment. Some features including costs, may have changed. Please call the facility for current information. When scheduling an appointment, notify the facility if you require accommodations.
  • 78. Montana Breast Health at Community Medical Center Contact Information: 406-327-3941 2877 Fort Missoula Road Missoula, MT 59804 www.communitymed.org Participates in the Montana Breast and Cervical Health Program General Information Hours of Operation: 8:00 am to 5:00 pm Radiologist on site: Full-time Services Standard cost for self pay mammogram: $171.25-$258.25 (Radiologist and/or Computer Assisted Device charges not included) Usual wait for a screening mammogram: 2-3 days Do patients need to provide a referral: Yes Type of mammography machines: Digital Disability Access Information Van Accessible Parking: No Standard Accessible Parking: Yes Accessible Exterior Route: Yes Accessible path: Yes Accessible doors: Yes Accessible Interior Route: Yes Accessible Mammography Room: Yes Accessible doors: Yes Accessible route and maneuvering space: Yes Lowest height of x-ray plate from the floor: 28 inches Accessible Restroom on Same Floor: Yes Accessible doors: Yes Accessible route and turning space: Yes Accessible toilet, fixtures and sink: Yes
  • 79. Languages English: Spoken, Printed Material Spanish: Spoken, Printed Material Additional Services Care: Home Care, Hospice Education and Information: Information on the Internet, Breast Cancer Patient Navigator Detection: Diagnostic Mammograms, Computerized Tomography (CT), Stereotactic Needle Biopsy (Stereotactic), Ultrasound/Sonogram, Positron Emission Tomography (PET) Scan Financial Assistance and Information: Accepts Medicare/Medicaid Referral Services: Referral Services Support and Counseling: Genetic Risk, Grief and Bereavement, Spiritual Transportation: Located on a Bus Route, Offers Transportation Services Treatment: Chemotherapy, Physical Therapy, Clinical Trials, Tumor Registry Note: This information was gathered from the 2008-2009 MTDH Mammography Facility Assessment. Some features including costs, may have changed. Please call the facility for current information. When scheduling an appointment, notify the facility if you require accommodations. Plentywood, Montana
  • 80. Sheridan Memorial Hospital Contact Information: 406-765-3739 44 W Laurel Avenue Plentywood, MT 59254 Participates in the Montana Breast and Cervical Health Program General Information Hours of Operation: 8:00 am to 5:00 pm Radiologist on site: No Contract Radiologist: Yes Services Standard cost for self pay mammogram: $120.00 (Radiologist and/or Computer Assisted Device charges not included) Usual wait for a screening mammogram: < 1 week Do patients need to provide a referral: No Type of mammography machines: Film Disability Access Information Van Accessible Parking: No Standard Accessible Parking: Yes Accessible Exterior Route: Yes Accessible path: Yes Accessible doors: Yes Accessible Interior Route: Yes Accessible Mammography Room: No Accessible doors: No Accessible route and maneuvering space: Yes Lowest height of x-ray plate from the floor: 11 inches Accessible Restroom on Same Floor: No Accessible doors: Yes Accessible route and turning space: No Accessible toilet, fixtures and sink: No
  • 81. Languages English: Spoken, Printed Material, Video Additional Services Care: Home Care, Hospice Education and Information: Breast Self-Exam Training (BSE), Breast Cancer Patient Navigator Detection: Diagnostic Mammograms, Computerized Tomography (CT), Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI), Ultrasound/Sonogram Financial Assistance and Information: Reduced Rate Screening Mammograms, Free Screening Mammograoms, Accepts Medicare/Medicaid Support and Counseling: Family Cancer Group, Grief and Bereavement Transportation: Offers Transportation Services Treatment: Physical Therapy Note: This information was gathered from the 2008-2009 MTDH Mammography Facility Assessment. Some features including costs, may have changed. Please call the facility for current information. When scheduling an appointment, notify the facility if you require accommodations.
  • 82. Polson, Montana St. Joseph Medical Center Contact Information: 406-883-8402/ TTY (866) 344-2273 6 13th Avenue E Polson, MT 59860 www.saintjoes.org Participates in the Montana Breast and Cervical Health Program General Information Hours of Operation: 7:30 am to 4:30 pm Radiologist on site: Part-time Services Standard cost for self pay mammogram: $185.00 Usual wait for a screening mammogram: 3 days Do patients need to provide a referral: Yes Type of mammography machines: Film Disability Access Information Van Accessible Parking: No Standard Accessible Parking: No Accessible Exterior Route: Yes Accessible path: Yes Accessible doors: Yes Accessible Interior Route: Yes Accessible Mammography Room: No Accessible doors: No Accessible route and maneuvering space: Yes Lowest height of x-ray plate from the floor: 26 inches Accessible Restroom on Same Floor: No Accessible doors: Yes Accessible route and turning space: No Accessible toilet, fixtures and sink: No
  • 83. Languages English: Spoken, Printed Material, Video, Large Print Spanish: Spoken Additional Services Care: Home Care Education and Information: Breast Self-Exam Training (BSE), Information on the Internet, Breast Cancer Patient Navigator Detection: Diagnostic Mammograms, Ultrasound/Sonogram Financial Assistance and Information: Free Screening Mammograms, Accepts Medicare/Medicaid Referral Services: Referral Services Support and Counseling: Cancer Support Group Transportation: Located on a Bus Route Treatment: Chemotherapy Note: This information was gathered from the 2008-2009 MTDH Mammography Facility Assessment. Some features including costs, may have changed. Please call the facility for current information. When scheduling an appointment, notify the facility if you require accommodations.
  • 84. Red Lodge, Montana Beartooth Hospital & Health Center Contact Information: 406-446-2345 600 W 21st Street Red Lodge, MT 59068 www.beartoothhospital.org Participates in the Montana Breast and Cervical Health Program General Information Hours of Operation: Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday 9:00am to 12:00pm and 1:00pm to 4:00pm Radiologist on site: No Contract Radiologist: Yes Services Standard cost for self pay mammogram: $219.40 Usual wait for a screening mammogram: 1 day Do patients need to provide a referral: No Type of mammography machines: Film Disability Access Information Van Accessible Parking: No Standard Accessible Parking: No Accessible Exterior Route: No Accessible path: No Accessible doors: Yes Accessible Interior Route: Yes Accessible Mammography Room: Yes Accessible doors: Yes Accessible route and maneuvering space: Yes Lowest height of x-ray plate from the floor: 18 inches Accessible Restroom on Same Floor: No Accessible doors: No Accessible route and turning space: No
  • 85. Accessible toilet, fixtures and sink: No Languages English: Spoken, Printed Material Additional Services Care: Home Care, Hospice Detection: Diagnostic Mammograms, Ultrasound/Sonogram Financial Assistance and Information: Accepts Medicare/Medicaid Note: This information was gathered from the 2008-2009 MTDH Mammography Facility Assessment. Some features including costs, may have changed. Please call the facility for current information. When scheduling an appointment, notify the facility if you require accommodations.
  • 86. Ronan, Montana St. Luke Community Hospital Contact Information: 406-676-4441 107 6th Avenue Southwest Ronan, MT 59864 Participates in the Montana Breast and Cervical Health Program General Information Hours of Operation: Monday, Tuesday 7:30 am to 9:00 pm and Thursday, Friday 8:00am to 5:30 pm Radiologist on site: Part-time Services Standard cost for self pay mammogram: $168.00 (Radiologist and/or Computer Assisted Device charges not included) Usual wait for a screening mammogram: Sameday Do patients need to provide a referral: Yes Type of mammography machines: Film Disability Access Information Van Accessible Parking: No Standard Accessible Parking: Yes Accessible Exterior Route: Yes Accessible path: Yes Accessible doors: Yes Accessible Interior Route: Yes Accessible Mammography Room: Yes Accessible doors: Yes Accessible route and maneuvering space: Yes Lowest height of x-ray plate from the floor: 16 inches Accessible Restroom on Same Floor: No Accessible doors: No Accessible route and turning space: Yes Accessible toilet, fixtures and sink: Yes
  • 87. Languages English: Spoken, Printed Material Spanish: Spoken Sign Language: Spoken Additional Services Education and Information: Breast Self-Exam Training (BSE) Detection: Diagnostic Mammograms Financial Assistance and Information: Free Screening Mammograms, Accepts Medicare/Medicaid Referral Services: Referral Services Transportation: Offers Transportation Services Treatment: Physical Therapy Note: This information was gathered from the 2008-2009 MTDH Mammography Facility Assessment. Some features including costs, may have changed. Please call the facility for current information. When scheduling an appointment, notify the facility if you require accommodations.
  • 88. Shelby, Montana Marias Medical Center Contact Information: 406-434-3250 640 Park Avenue Shelby, MT 59474 www.mmcmt.org Participates in the Montana Breast and Cervical Health Program General Information Hours of Operation: 8:00 am to 4:00 pm Radiologist on site: No Contract Radiologist: Yes Services Standard cost for self pay mammogram: $85.00 (Radiologist and/or Computer Assisted Device charges not included) Usual wait for a screening mammogram: 1 day Do patients need to provide a referral: Yes Type of mammography machines: Film Disability Access Information Van Accessible Parking: Yes Standard Accessible Parking: Yes Accessible Exterior Route: Yes Accessible path: Yes Accessible doors: Yes Accessible Interior Route: Yes Accessible Mammography Room: No Accessible doors: No Accessible route and maneuvering space: Yes Lowest height of x-ray plate from the floor: 29 inches Accessible Restroom on Same Floor: No Accessible doors: Yes Accessible route and turning space: Yes Accessible toilet, fixtures and sink: No
  • 89. Languages English: Spoken, Printed Material Sign Language: Spoken Additional Services Care: Hospice Detection: Diagnostic Mammograms, Ultrasound/Sonogram Financial Assistance and Information: Accepts Medicare/Medicaid Referral Services: Referral Services Transportation: Offer Nursing home transports Note: This information was gathered from the 2008-2009 MTDH Mammography Facility Assessment. Some features including costs, may have changed. Please call the facility for current information. When scheduling an appointment, notify the facility if you require accommodations.
  • 90. Sidney, Montana Sidney Health Center Contact Information: 406-488-2168 216 14th Avenue SW Sidney, MT 59270 www.sidneyhealth.org Participates in the Montana Breast and Cervical Health Program General Information Hours of Operation: 8:00 am to 4:30 pm Radiologist on site: Full-time Services Standard cost for self pay mammogram: $141.00 (Radiologist and/or Computer Assisted Device charges not included) Usual wait for a screening mammogram: 2-3 days Do patients need to provide a referral: Yes Type of mammography machines: Digital Disability Access Information Van Accessible Parking: Yes Standard Accessible Parking: Yes Accessible Exterior Route: Yes Accessible path: Yes Accessible doors: Yes Accessible Interior Route: Yes Accessible Mammography Room: Yes Accessible doors: Yes Accessible route and maneuvering space: Yes Lowest height of x-ray plate from the floor: 24 inches Accessible Restroom on Same Floor: Yes Accessible doors: Yes Accessible route and turning space: Yes Accessible toilet, fixtures and sink: Yes Languages
  • 91. English: Spoken, Printed Material Additional Services Appearance: Wigs/Hair Pieces Care: Home Care, Hospice Complementary Therapies: Nutrition Education and Information: Breast Self-Exam Training (BSE) Detection: Diagnostic Mammograms, Computerized Tomography (CT), Needle Biopsy, Ultrasound/Sonogram Financial Assistance and Information: Accepts Medicare/Medicaid Referral Services: Referral Services Support and Counseling: Breast Cancer Group, Grief and Bereavement, Spiritual Treatment: Chemotherapy, Physical Therapy Note: This information was gathered from the 2008-2009 MTDH Mammography Facility Assessment. Some features including costs, may have changed. Please call the facility for current information. When scheduling an appointment, notify the facility if you require accommodations.
  • 92. Superior, Montana Mineral Community Hospital Contact Information: 406-822-4841 1208 6th Ave E Superior, MT 59872 Participates in the Montana Breast and Cervical Health Program General Information Hours of Operation: 8:00 am to 4:30 pm Radiologist on site: No Contract Radiologist: Yes Services Standard cost for self pay mammogram: $100.00 (Radiologist and/or Computer Assisted Device charges not included) Usual wait for a screening mammogram: 1-2 days Do patients need to provide a referral: Yes Type of mammography machines: Film Disability Access Information Van Accessible Parking: Yes Standard Accessible Parking: Yes Accessible Exterior Route: No Accessible path: No Accessible doors: No Accessible Interior Route: Yes Accessible Mammography Room: Yes Accessible doors: Yes Accessible route and maneuvering space: Yes Lowest height of x-ray plate from the floor: 11 inches Accessible Restroom on Same Floor: No Accessible doors: No Accessible route and turning space: No Accessible toilet, fixtures and sink: No
  • 93. Languages English: Spoken, Printed Material, Large Print Spanish: Spoken Sign Language: Spoken Other: Spoken Additional Services Education and Information: Breast Self-Exam Training (BSE), Information on the Internet Detection: Diagnostic Mammograms, Computerized Tomography (CT), Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI), Ultrasound/Sonogram Financial Assistance and Information: Reduced Rate Screening Mammograms, Accepts Medicare/Medicaid Referral Services: Referral Services Transportation: Offers Transportation Services Note: This information was gathered from the 2008-2009 MTDH Mammography Facility Assessment. Some features including costs, may have changed. Please call the facility for current information. When scheduling an appointment, notify the facility if you require accommodations.
  • 94. Whitefish, Montana North Valley Hospital Contact Information: 406-863-3576 1600 Hospital Way Whitefish, MT 59937 www.nvhosp.org Participates in the Montana Breast and Cervical Health Program General Information Hours of Operation: 8:00 am to 4:00 pm Radiologist on site: Full-time Services Standard cost for self pay mammogram: $120.00 (Radiologist and/or Computer Assisted Device charges not included) Usual wait for a screening mammogram: 1 week Do patients need to provide a referral: Yes Type of mammography machines: Digital Disability Access Information Van Accessible Parking: Yes Standard Accessible Parking: Yes Accessible Exterior Route: Yes Accessible path: No Accessible doors: Yes Accessible Interior Route: Yes Accessible Mammography Room: Yes Accessible doors: Yes Accessible route and maneuvering space: Yes Lowest height of x-ray plate from the floor: 26 inches Accessible Restroom on Same Floor: No Accessible doors: Yes Accessible route and turning space: Yes Accessible toilet, fixtures and sink: No Languages
  • 95. English: Spoken, Printed Material, Large Print Spanish: Spoken Sign Language: Spoken Russian: Spoken Additional Services Appearance: Plastic Surgeon on site Care: Home Care, Hospice Education and Information: Information on the Internet Detection: Diagnostic Mammograms, Computerized Tomography (CT), Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI), Ultrasound/Sonogram Financial Assistance and Information: Accepts Medicare/Medicaid Referral Services: Referral Services Support and Counseling: Refer to area support groups Transportation: Located on a Bus Route Treatment: Physical Therapy Note: This information was gathered from the 2008-2009 MTDH Mammography Facility Assessment. Some features including costs, may have changed. Please call the facility for current information. When scheduling an appointment, notify the facility if you require accommodations. Wolf Point, Montana
  • 96. Northeast Montana Health Services Contact Information: 406-653-6538 315 Knapp Street Wolf Point, MT 59201 www.nemhs.net Participates in the Montana Breast and Cervical Health Program General Information Hours of Operation: 8:00 am to 5:00 pm Radiologist on site: Part-time Services Standard cost for self pay mammogram: $184.00 Usual wait for a screening mammogram: 2 weeks Do patients need to provide a referral: Yes Type of mammography machines: Film Disability Access Information Van Accessible Parking: No Standard Accessible Parking: Yes Accessible Exterior Route: Yes Accessible path: Yes Accessible doors: Yes Accessible Interior Route: Yes Accessible Mammography Room: No Accessible doors: Yes Accessible route and maneuvering space: No Lowest height of x-ray plate from the floor: 23 inches Accessible Restroom on Same Floor: Yes Accessible doors: Yes Accessible route and turning space: Yes Accessible toilet, fixtures and sink: Yes Languages
  • 97. English: Spoken, Printed Material Additional Services Detection: Diagnostic Mammograms, Computerized Tomography (CT), Ultrasound/Sonogram Financial Assistance and Information: Accepts Medicare/Medicaid Transportation: Offers Transportation Services—Elder Care Treatment: Chemotherapy Note: This information was gathered from the 2008-2009 MTDH Mammography Facility Assessment. Some features including costs, may have changed. Please call the facility for current information. When scheduling an appointment, notify the facility if you require accommodations.

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