MUST BE COMPLETED IN FULL BEFORE EXAM
Print the following PDF file and bring the completed forms to your appointment
Tips to make your experience more comfortable
- Do not wear any deodorant, lotion or creams around the chest area the day of your appointment. Prior to the exam, you will be asked to remove all neck jewelry and clothing from the waist up.
- Wear a two-piece outfit so you only have to remove your top. The person doing your mammogram will give you a gown to wear.
- It is very important that you provide the name, address, and phone number of your current physician so we can send your results to.
Changing or Canceling Your Appointment
You will receive a confirmation email with your appointment date and time from Info@TampaBayMobileMammography.com (check your junk/spam folder). Follow the link in that email.
To change your appointment time you must first click on the link, which will cancel your appointment. Then go back to the Schedule page to schedule a new appointment.
To cancel your appointment, simply click the link in your confirmation email from Info@TampabayMobileMammography.com.
Using our website is the fastest way to schedule, change and cancel an appointment. However, if you need help, call us at 813-601-1925 and your call will be returned within 24 hours.
Who will read my results? How will I get my results?
Images are read by a board certified radiologist that is fellowship trained in 3D mammography. A copy of your mammography report will be mailed to you and your physician within 30 days.
Still have more questions?
Read through our Mobile Mammogram Clinic Frequently Asked Questions.
Only screening mammograms (routine, annual exams for women with no current breast problems) are offered by our mobile mammography coach. If you are under 40 you would need a prescription from your physician for a screening mammogram. Ages 40+ no prescription is required. If you currently have concerns regarding your breast health (i.e. a lump you can feel, nipple discharge, pain, dimpling of the breast or nipple changes) please contact your physician immediately.