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Womens Imaging Center

Providing a Full Range of Services

The Stephens Memorial Hospital Women's Imaging Center is a Pink Ribbon Facility, and is accredited in Mammography and Stereotactic Biopsies by the American College of Radiology. The center offers a full range of breast care, ultrasound, and bone density services. Centrally located within the Imaging Department the Women's Imaging Center offers patients the highest quality imaging services in a comfortable, convenient, private suite. We're providing the latest digital technology, in the hands of the finest health care professionals in the region.

Call our Women's Imaging Center for more information about our service 207-744-6079.

Early Detection Saves Lives

Learn more about the importance of Mammograms!

Our Services

We Offer Screening and Diagnostic Mammograms. If you are a woman aged 40 or over - even though you have no signs or symptoms of breast problems - you should have an annual Screening Mammogram. A Diagnostic Mammogram is performed when a condition or problem - a breast lump, breast pain or other symptoms - has been identified by you and your physician.

Because early detection is the key to successfully fighting breast cancer, it is vital that every woman follow a regular schedule of breast examination. In the Women's Imaging Center at Stephens Memorial Hospital, we offer a full range of breast care services - diagnosis, education and treatment - in a supportive, respectful environment.

Many health insurance plans, including Medicare, cover mammograms. Check with your insurance provider for details. If you have no insurance or are under insured, you may qualify for a free mammogram. Ask your physician for more information.

The Most Advanced Technology Available

The Lorad Selenia is one of the most advanced mammography imaging machines in the world. Using state-of-the-art computer and full field digital technology, the Lorad Selenia system dramatically improves the image quality, allowing for more accurate readings. By enhancing the image quality of our mammograms our ability to detect early breast cancer is greatly improved.

If You Need a Biopsy

A change in your breast, such as an abnormality detected by a mammogram or a lump found by you or your doctor, may or may not be cancerous. If there is a change, a biopsy can determine if the area is malignant (cancerous) or benign (non cancerous). Through a biopsy, a sample of the breast tissue is removed for examination, this is the only definitive way to determine the presence of malignant tissue.

Fortunately, over 85% of biopsies result in a benign diagnosis. And even if the diagnosis is cancerous, early detection will allow for more treatment options, making a complete recovery much more likely.

Among its enhanced capabilities, the Lorad Selenia digital also eliminates the need for most surgical biopsies, by offering stereotactic breast biopsies. Far less invasive than surgery, a stereotactic biopsy can be scheduled as a day procedure.

Breast Screening Guidelines

Between the ages of 20 - 34
Do a monthly breast self examination
Schedule a breast examination by a physician or trained health professional at least every 3 years

Between the ages of 35 - 39
Do a monthly breast self examination
Schedule an annual breast examination by a physician or trained health professional
Get a baseline screening mammogram

Age 40 or older
Do a monthly breast self examination
Schedule an annual breast examination by a physician or trained health professional
Get an annual screening mammogram


Osteoporosis is a silent disease causing bones to thin, weaken, and fracture. The Women's Imaging Center at Stephens Memorial Hospital is pleased to have two certified technologists on staff.

Dexa testing for bone density is quick, painless and available two days a week at the Women's Imaging Center. Scans measure hip bones and spine for changes in density or architecture. This allows early bone loss to be detected and for treatment to take place. We can then monitor the effectiveness of these measures with future scans.

Ask your physician for a referral to the Women's Imaging Center - Today!

The Women's Imaging Center at Stephens Memorial Hospital has a new partnership with the Medicine Shoppe Pharmacy to offer professional bra fittings to the women of Oxford Hills once a month.

Fittings are covered by insurance and the fitter handles all of the paperwork. Patients who do not have insurance should call to find out what programs are offered for obtaining prosthetics or bras at low or no cost.

For more information please call 207-744-6079

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