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COVID-19 Vaccines & Mammograms – What You Need to Know

For women receiving the COVID-19 vaccine, special considerations apply when scheduling their annual screening mammogram. The Society of Breast Imaging (SBI) recommends COVID-19 vaccinations and screening mammograms be spaced out. Click here to learn more.

Breast Cancer Screening in Virginia & West Virginia

A mammogram is a type of x-ray used on the breasts to detect signs of breast cancer. Screening mammography is the first line of defense against this disease, and it is recommended that all women schedule a mammogram once a year when they turn 40. Your doctor may recommend an exam sooner than this if you have above average risk factors, such as cases of breast cancer in your family history.

  • Screening mammograms are a fully covered benefit with most insurance plans. Check your coverage!
  • No insurance? $99 self-pay fee available, details are listed below

In addition to digital mammography, we also offer state-of-the-art 3D mammograms. 3D mammograms are recommended for women with dense breast tissue, as it is harder to detect abnormalities from 2D scans in these cases.

To schedule your mammogram, please call 855-724-3384.

Usted puede llamar a Valley Health con la asistencia de un intérprete si realiza estos pasos:

  1. Llame al 855-857-4423 para comunicarse con un intérprete.
  2. Brinde al intérprete el número 1-855-724-3384 y dígale que le ayude a conectarse para hacer su cita.

We offer:

  • Year-over-year mammogram comparisons
  • The latest technology in breast cancer screening
  • A dedicated Breast Center

$99 Mammograms for Uninsured Patients

Mammograms are an integral part of every woman’s health and wellness. Aside from skin cancer, breast cancer is the most common cancer for women in America. Roughly one in eight women will develop it at some point in their lives. Early detection is key to treating breast cancer, which is why mammograms and monthly self-breast exams are so important.

Not all insurance plans will carry coverage for breast exams. For these patients, all Valley Health hospital locations offer reduced-rate mammograms. Regular mammograms will be available for uninsured patients for a reduced fee of $99. Regular mammograms consist of 2D images. Uninsured patients have the option to add 3D images for an additional fee.

Find a Location Near You

Valley Health offers mammography at all six of our hospital imaging locations, and at Valley Health | Spring Mills in Martinsburg, WV. Each of these Mammography Quality Standards Act (MQSA) certified facilities is fully accredited by the American College of Radiology.

Hampshire Memorial Hospital
363 Sunrise Boulevard
Romney, WV 26757

Page Memorial Hospital
200 Memorial Drive
Luray, VA 22835

Shenandoah Memorial Hospital
759 S. Main Street
Woodstock, VA 22664

War Memorial Hospital
1 Healthy Way
Berkeley Springs, WV 25411

Warren Memorial Hospital
351 Valley Health Way
Front Royal, VA 22630

Winchester Medical Center
1840 Amherst Street
Winchester, VA 22601

Valley Health | Spring Mills
120 Campus Drive
Martinsburg, WV 25404

To schedule your mammogram, please call 855-724-3384.

In addition to our hospital-based imaging locations and Valley Health│Spring Mills, Valley Health partners with Winchester Women's Specialists to provide screening mammography services. If you are a patient of Winchester Women’s Specialists looking to schedule a mammogram appointment with Winchester Women’s Mammography Service, call 540-536-4730 or visit

Winchester Women's Mammography Service
1870 Amherst Street, Suite 2F
Winchester, VA 22601