AMI Mobile Mammography Van Schedule for November in South JerseyLast Edited:
SOUTH JERSEY — The AMI Foundation’s Dr. Jan Astin Mobile Digital Mammography Van will visit 12 locations in four New Jersey counties in November.
The November 2017 schedule is as follows:
November 2 Senior Care Galloway
November 3 ShopRite Hammonton
November 6 Star of the Sea Atlantic City
November 7 Star of the Sea Atlantic City
November 9 John Brooks Recovery Center Atlantic City
November 13 Southern Jersey Family Medicine Hammonton
November 15 Southern Jersey Family Medicine Atlantic City
November 20 AtlantiCare HealthPlex Atlantic City
November 22 Atlantic County Health Services Northfield
November 4 Bethany Baptist Church Lindenwold
Cape May County
November 29 Autumn Lake Healthcare at Oceanview Oceanview
November 8 Woolwich Fire Company Swedesboro
Appointments are encouraged, but walk-ins are welcome. A prescription may not be needed.
Call the scheduling department at 609-677-XRAY (9729) to make an appointment and to confirm hours of operation for specific locations.
The screenings are for women 40 and over with no current or past breast issues. Screenings are processed through their insurance.
The AMI Foundation’s Dr. Jan Astin Mobile Digital Mammography Van travels throughout southeastern New Jersey to make breast cancer screening easier and more convenient.
The custom-built, 38-foot van is completely self-contained. In addition to offering the latest digital mammography equipment, the van provides a comfortable waiting area and a private dressing room.
The mobile van’s radiology services are accredited by the American College of Radiology and the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. Mammography images are read by board-certified fellowship trained radiologists at Atlantic Medical Imaging.
The Dr. Jan Astin Mobile Digital Mammography Van services are made possible by funding from the AMI Foundation’s Mammography Screening Program. For more information, visit www.amifoundation.net.
The AMI Foundation is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization dedicated to developing opportunities to enhance the quality of life and improve the well-being of community residents through education and programs, as well as through financial support of charitable organizations with compatible missions.
For more information, visit amifoundation.net.
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