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 Snow Hill Health Center 
 Prevention Program
 
 Phone: 410-632-1100
 
 Hours: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
altFree blood pressure measurement and education, screening and follow-up provided for individuals meeting eligibility requirements, include mammograms, breast examination, pap test, pelvic examination, colposcopy, and colonoscopy.  Also includes community outreach regarding risk reduction for cancer. 


Screenings

Free blood pressure measurement and education available through Prevention Services Unit, please call to schedule an appointment.


Cancer Control/Screenings

Breast and Cervical Cancer Program
410-632-0056
 
Educational program and community outreach regarding risk reduction and increase screening for breast and cervical cancer. Provides screening, referrals, case-management and follow-up to diagnosis for county women ages 40-64 years, who lack health insurance and/or have inadequate insurance coverage and meet certain income requirements to cover the following services: Clinical breast exam, pelvic examination with pap testing, mammograms, surgical consult, colposcopy and some diagnostic testing such as breast and cervical biopsies. Take the time to call today to see if you quality for annual screenings. 


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These services are provided by the Prevention Program.

Last Updated on Thursday, 02 April 2015 11:46
 
 

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