Get Screened Today. It's Worth it for Your Health.

Mammograms are vital to your breast health. If you're age 40 or older  or have been told you’re at high risk, and you’re not getting screened at least every year, your breast health may be at stake. Good news: getting regular 3D mammograms could save your life. 

Why Choose Stamford Health's Breast Center?
  • Convenient hours at the following locations: Tully Health Center, Darien Imaging Center, Wilton Imaging Center and now Greenwich Imaging Center.
  • For ALL patients, we provide same-day results and perform additional imaging if needed during standard business hours. This is possible because our breast radiologist are dedicated to performing only breast imaging.

  • Digital breast tomosynthesis (3D) mammography and high-resolution ultrasound. This type of imaging detects breast cancer at an earlier stage with fewer false positives.
  • At your mammogram appointment, you will be assessed for your overall lifetime risk of developing breast cancer. If you’re at high risk, you will be offered a referral to our High Risk specialists, who will develop a care plan for you.   
  • If needed, breast biopsies are often available at the same time as your initial appointment because your time counts.

  • Quality breast care in a community setting- the only center in the region with active research in breast surgery, radiology and medical oncology.
  • We were the first Accredited Center in the U.S. to be recognized by the National Accreditation Program for Breast Centers (NAPBC), and remain the only accredited program in the Stamford-Norwalk area. We are also the recipient of the Gold Prize for the CT Quality Improvement Award.
  • Dedicated and compassionate Navigator service with three Breast Navigators experienced in guiding women in breast imaging and breast oncology.

The Facts

Staying informed is vital to your breast health. Scroll through for quick facts.
  • Connecticut has the highest incidence of breast cancer in the country. The good news? Mammography has helped reduce breast cancer deaths in the U.S. by 30 percent since 1990.
  • Women really should begin yearly mammography screenings at age 40. The risk of breast cancer increases significantly beginning at this age and continues to rise as you get older.
  • You’re never “too old” to get a mammogram. We recommend that women over 70 continue to get annual mammograms as long as her general health is good.
  • Take time to take care:
    • Don’t let financial concerns stop you. Through the support of community grants, Stamford Hospital is able to provide mammograms to anyone who is  uninsured or whose insurance does not cover breast cancer screening, as long as you qualify.
    • Don’t let being too busy be an excuse for skipping your yearly mammogram. For your convenience, Stamford Hospital offers evening and weekend appointments with results given the next business day.

Book Your 3D Mammogram Today

For more information and to schedule an appointment, fill out the form below or call us at 203-276-2510.

Remember, same-day results are given during business hours (M-F, 8am to 4pm). For after-hours screening, results will be available the next business day.

Most major insurance plans accepted.


One mammogram can change your life. Hear it from the women who know it best.

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I felt completely healthy. My mammogram saved my life.”

No one knows why I had breast cancer. I’ve always taken care of myself, there’s no family history, no risk factors at all. But there it was.

At 70, I thought I was too old for a mammogram. I’m glad my doctor didn’t. That was 10 years ago, and I’m still here to see my grandchildren grow up.

I was surprised to find out that one in every six women diagnosed with breast cancer is in her 40s. And even more surprised to be one of them.