Women tend to take care of everyone and everything, except themselves. Taking good care of your personal health will keep you healthy for those you love. Primary and preventive healthcare is critical to long-term health and in many cases, can help a woman and her provider detect minor issues before they become serious.
Women of all ages, should make sure routine physical exams are scheduled, including complete gynecological examinations, which may begin as early as ages 13-16, depending on her individual situation and her doctor’s recommendation. Mammograms should begin at age 40 unless family history or other risk factors indicate a mammogram should be scheduled sooner. Talk to your doctor about your family history so we can help you make the best decisions for you.
Services at North Carolina Diagnostic Imaging / Novant Health Imaging are provided by board certified radiologists who sub-specialize in diagnostic mammography.
Our goal is to create awareness of preventive measures for women of all ages.
Whether you are coming to North Carolina Diagnostic / Novant Health Imaging for your annual exam or to follow-up for a more serious concern, you will receive the professional and personal attention of the radiologists and our staff. We believe that communication is a vital part of the process, and as a patient of North Carolina Diagnostic Imaging / Novant Health Imaging, you can be assured that all your questions will be answered clearly. We will strive to make your experience with us one that is pleasant and uncomplicated.
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