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Mamografía de rutina y examen anual preventivo que pueden incluir pruebas de citología/ Papanicolaou y análisis del virus del papiloma humano (VPH) están disponibles en la Unidad Móvil de Prevención para mujeres de 40 años y mayores.

A través de nuestra colaboración con más de 200  organizaciones comunitarias, la Unidad Móvil de Prevención de Norton Healthcare pude traer exámenes de salud a varias ubicaciones cada semana. Esto es parte de nuestro compromiso para proporcionarle exámenes de calidad con compasión, comodidad y conveniencia.

La Unidad Móvil de Prevención de Norton Healthcare es un camión de 40 pies que cuenta con cuartos de evaluación, los equipos de mamografía y profesionales de salud, es como una oficina sobre ruedas, diseñada para ofrecer una variedad de exámenes de salud en una ubicación cerca de usted.

Varios de los exámenes son a bajo costo o sin costo, y otros generalmente están cubiertos por el seguro médico. Ayuda financiera puede estar disponible para los que viven en Kentucky y el Sur de Indiana que no cuenten con seguro médico.

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