Women's imaging center in Hopewell, Virginia

John Randolph Medical Center is committed to helping women of all ages maintain their breast health. Our highly skilled team uses advanced breast imaging technology to detect breast cancer and other abnormalities in their earliest stages.

To learn more about John Randolph Medical Center's breast health services or to schedule an exam, please call (804) 458-2400.

Recognition


John Randolph Medical Center's mammography program is accredited by the American College of Radiology (ACR) for meeting high standards for patient care, image quality and staff experience.

Complete breast care services

Breast cancer is the second most common cancer among women in the U.S. Early detection of this cancer can allow treatment to begin before it spreads, when it is easier to treat.

If your test results confirm the presence of breast cancer, we provide comprehensive breast cancer care at our hospital. Our compassionate cancer care team team understands a cancer diagnosis can be overwhelming, which is why we guide and support you throughout your journey—from diagnosis and treatment through survivorshiop

Mammography services

Our specialists use digital mammography to obtain high-quality images of your breast tissue. This advanced technology creates more detailed images, which helps our team find and diagnose breast cancer early.

Breast cancer screening recommendations

The specialists at Sarah Cannon Cancer Institute at John Randolph Medical Center suggest the following breast cancer screening guidelines:

  • Start monthly breast self-exams beginning at 20 years old
  • Have an annual mammogram screening from 40 to 74 years old (if you are not at high risk of developing breast cancer)

Discuss any family history of breast cancer with your doctor, who will determine if you have certain risk factors that put you at high-risk for the disease. If you are high risk, your doctor may suggest beginning breast cancer screenings at an earlier age or having screenings to look deeper into the breast tissue.

Breast cancer risk assessment

Preparing for your mammogram

If your doctor recommends you undergo a mammogram, remember to:

  • Schedule your mammogram after your menstrual cycle, when your breasts are less tender.
  • Wear a two-piece outfit on the day of your mammogram.
  • Avoid the use of deodorant, talcum powder or lotion under your arms or near your breasts on the day of your exam.
  • Bring any previous mammogram or test results with you if they were done at a different imaging center.
  • Tell your physician and radiologist if there is a chance you are pregnant.

Breast health at HCA Virginia

From regular checkups and screenings to the latest imaging technologies and treatments, you can access all our expert breast care services at our convenient location.

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