As part of Breast Cancer Awareness month, Cox Arizona and Sistas of AZ are partnering together to conduct more than 80 free mammograms in two days for women who live in the Valley.
Cox will hold two truck visits at separate Cox Solutions Store locations where women will receive free mammograms.
To qualify for a free mammogram women must be 40 or older, live in Maricopa County, may not be eligible for AHCCCS, uninsured or unable to pay high insurance co-pay of more than $100, and have not had a mammogram within a year.
The first day to receive a free mammogram is Wednesday, Oct. 10 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Cox Solutions Store in the Surprise Towne Center located at 13754 W. Bell Rd., Suite 8. There will be a second day of free screenings on Saturday, Oct. 20 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Cox Solutions Store in the SanTan Village in Gilbert located at 2150 E. Williams Field Rd., Suite 102.
An appointment must be scheduled in advanced with Assured Imaging Women's Wellness by calling 888-233-6121. There are 80 appointments available, but Sistas of AZ will have additional dates and times available once the Cox appointments have been filled.
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