90 percent of breast cancer cases can be successfully treated if detected early. That’s why INTEGRIS Health brings you the latest, most accurate breast imaging technology.

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Your first line of defense against breast cancer.

A Strong Case For Screening

Today’s facts leave a lot to be hopeful about. About 300,000 new cases of breast cancer may be diagnosed this year. But 90 percent of breast cancer cases can be successfully treated if detected early. That’s why at INTEGRIS Health we not only encourage you to get a mammogram each year if you’re over 40, we also bring you the latest, most accurate, life-saving breast imaging technology. That means that we can reduce false positives and find over 40% more invasive cancers at earlier, more treatable stages.

The INTEGRIS Health Difference

Getting a mammogram is a highly personal experience. At INTEGRIS Health, we understand that. You may feel vulnerable and a little scared, but few clinics offer the level of professional competence and the compassionate touch that make a world of difference in a woman’s health journey. Our experience, expertise, and compassionate team create a comfortable environment for this vital breast exam.


Changes in your breasts are often early warning signs. Checking your breasts yourself at least once a month not only helps you have a good idea of what they should look and feel like – it means you’ll know right away if something changes. Any changes should be reported to your doctor and followed up on. Changes could include a new lump or mass, swelling, skin indentation on your breast, redness, or nipple discharge.

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