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St. Luke's Breast Cancer Detection Center: Eagle

Today’s women lead increasingly busy lives. Even so, it’s important to take time out for routine breast cancer screening, because all women are at risk. At this facility, St. Luke’s provides screening mammography, 3-D mammography, and education in order to identify cancer at its earliest, most treatable stage.

St. Luke's supports these screening guidelines from the American Cancer Society:

  • Women with an average risk of breast cancer – most women – should begin yearly mammograms at age 45.
  • Women should be able to start the screening as early as age 40, if they want to. It’s a good idea to start talking to your health care provider at age 40 about when you should begin screening.
  • At age 55, women should have mammograms every other year — though women who want to keep having yearly mammograms should be able to do so.
  • Regular mammograms should continue for as long as a woman is in good health.

Some women are at higher risk for breast cancer and should begin screening earlier. The most important thing is that you talk to your doctor about the screening timeline that’s best for you.

Our Commitment to Your Best Care

National Accreditation Program for Breast Centers

St. Luke's is the only program in Idaho accredited by the National Accreditation Program for Breast Centers (NAPBC). We keep the highest standards and adhere to the best practices to find what works best for you.

Procedures & Treatments

  • An X-ray of the breast used to screen for breast cancer. Mammograms can find tumors that are too small to feel.

More about Breast Care at St. Luke's

St. Luke's Mobile Mammography is Coming to You!

Visit Our Mobile Mammography Coach

No matter where you live, you still may be able to receive your mammogram close to home when our Mobile Mammography Coach rolls into town. The Mammo Coach travels to rural areas in southwest Idaho and eastern Oregon, providing over 2,000 mammograms every year. This broad geographic coverage relieves the time, burden and cost of traveling long distances for care.

Call (208) 706-2055 or toll free 1-866-381-2055 for upcoming dates and locations.