University of Michigan researchers are casting doubts on the belief that it’s OK for women to be screened for breast cancer less frequently than once a year.
Pueblo Radiology Medical Group has resumed a full menu of services as of Monday, May 4. We will begin gradually catching up on the backlog of postponed and rescheduled screening and diagnostic exams. Due to our use of diligent protective measures including patient spacing, our overall capacity per day will be somewhat decreased from “usual”. Please understand we will do our best at scheduling your exam in as timely a manner as we can under the circumstances; please note the “stat” cases will be given a higher priority.
We will continue to minimize waiting time and perform as much of the check-in process by phone as practical. People other than patients are discouraged from coming to our office unless it is to assist a dependent child or adult; those with patients will be asked to wait outside our office. Patients need to arrive wearing face-covering (or mask), and we will not see persons with fever or symptoms suspicious for Covid-19 disease. Thank you for your ongoing support and understanding.
If you have any questions, please call us: 1 (805) 682-7744
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Mammography and advances in breast cancer treatment have saved the lives of hundreds of thousands of women in the United States over the last three decades, according to new research published by Cancer.
Dear Winifred Leung, M.D and SB Women’s Imaging Center Team,
I walked in the door, certain I was at the wrong location. I asked the front desk for Pueblo Radiology’s location, and they kindly assured me that I was in the right location for an ultrasound of my breast. “Really?” I asked.