Pink Out 365!
Take control of your breast health. Today and everyday. Power up and schedule a mammogram!
Kettering Health wants you to “Pink Out 365!” and take control of your breast health — today and every day. Breast health is a huge part of a woman’s overall health since 1 in 8 women will develop breast cancer in their lifetime. At Kettering Health, we’re empowering women of all ages with lifesaving information and advanced care options. From guidance on self-exams and prevention to low-stress mammography, we have everything you need to power up and make breast health a priority year round, so you can Pink Out 365! Get started today!
We Provide the Best in Breast Health
We are here to empower you to take control and protect your breast health.
The mammogram experience has evolved to create a spa-like atmosphere. We offer a Sensory Suite which allows you to choose your own relaxing environment during the mammogram. You can choose between a beach, garden, or waterfall. The sensory suite engages three senses, sight, sound, and smell to reduce anxiety and create a more pleasant experience.
All 14 of our Kettering Health Breast Center locations offer advanced care in a relaxed, comfortable setting. For your convenience, evening and Saturday appointments are also available. Services include 3D mammography, diagnostic imaging and breast biopsy.Breast Health Locations
In depth breast health education
At our Breast Centers, we provide lifesaving information on cancer. Along with prevention tips and guidance on self-exams, we provide personalized breast density findings with every mammogram — to give you a better understanding of your cancer risk and the possible need for additional screenings. We also offer cancer risk assessments, which explore your family history and help uncover your risk for genetic cancer.
Meet our Pink Ambassador: Jenell Ross
Jenell is the President of the Bob Ross Auto Group in Centerville, Ohio. She is an active member in the Dayton community serving on numerous boards of several foundations and community service organizations including starting the Norma J. Ross Memorial Foundation. This foundation supports underserved women affected by breast cancer by funding programs that raise breast cancer awareness, provide patient aid and research, and support local youth education.
Pink Out on Social
Become a Pink Ambassador by helping us raise awareness about breast cancer on social media.
- Share 3 of Kettering Health’s Facebook posts on your page to spread the word of good breast health!
- Send a reminder to someone you love to get their mammogram
- Send a message on our Wall of Hope by using #PinkOut365
- Wear pink on Kettering’s Pink Out Day Friday, Oct 29 and tag @KetteringHealth + #PinkOut365 in your post!
Pink Around the City – Hamilton
During Breast Cancer Awareness Month Fort Hamilton Hospital is joining forces with local businesses to offer discounts and breast health information to help combat breast cancer.
The ladies at KBEC Lincoln Park are the best. I became ill during my appt and they were very kind and helpful. Special thanks to Paula, the technician, who helped me through. Every time I have been there the technicians have been caring and are committed to patient comfort as much as possible. They have earned the 5 stars! Thank you!– Sherree Etter
I’ve been going here for years and have always been pleased with their knowledge.– Darlene Murray
The mammogram department is just wonderful. Very kind people and very relaxing atmosphere.– Rhonda Brewer
Soin Breast Evaluation Center is amazing for mammograms!! Everyone was friendly. They got me in and out quickly. They go the extra mile to make you feel comfortable, including a heated pink gown. The techs are personable and communicative. Highly recommend!– Nicole Lewe
Mammography Frequently Asked Questions
Kettering Health has added the most advanced breast imaging services to offer the best care to meet the needs of the community. We are the first in the region to offer Pristina 3D mammography, which provides a new interactive, patientcentered experience. Pristina’s SensorySuite uses sight and sound to reduce the fear and anxiety around getting a mammogram. In addition, we are providing information and resources to make sure every woman can get this important health screening.
When should I get my mammogram?
All women age 40 and over should have a screening mammogram every year. There are some situations where you may need to begin mammograms earlier, such as if you feel a lump or if you have a family history of breast cancer. Please talk to your doctor regarding your personal risk.
How do I schedule my mammogram?
If you have a doctor, call 1-800-373-2160 or visit us online at ketteringhealth.org/breasthealth to schedule your mammogram. Call (937) 558-3715 to schedule your mammogram if you don’t have a doctor. We can connect you with a provider and give you information on how to schedule an appointment if needed.
How much does a mammogram cost?
Medicare, Medicaid, and most commercial insurances cover a yearly screening mammogram at 100%. If you have questions about your coverage, please contact your insurance provider. If you are uninsured or underinsured, there are funds available to help you get a mammogram. Call (937) 558-3715 for more information.
How do I find out my results?
Your results will be available in MyChart, or you will receive a letter in the mail. Depending on your results, you may also be contacted by phone. Your doctor will also receive a copy of your results.
Please note: You do not need a doctor’s order to schedule a screening mammogram, however you must provide the name of your doctor so we can send them your results.