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Norton Healthcare Mobile Prevention Center

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Screening mammograms and wellness exams that may include a Pap smear and human papillomavirus (HPV) testing are available on the Norton Healthcare Mobile Prevention Center for women age 40 and over.

Through a partnership with more than 200 community organizations, the Norton Healthcare Mobile Prevention Center connects people to wellness at multiple stops every week. It’s part of our commitment to provide quality, compassionate care that is comfortable and convenient.

The mobile prevention center is a 40-foot truck equipped with an exam room, mammography equipment and health care providers, just like an office on wheels. It’s designed to provide a variety of health screenings near your neighborhood.

Many of the screenings are provided at low cost or no cost, and others typically are covered by insurance. Funding may be available for Kentucky and Southern Indiana residents who don’t have health insurance.

Click here to see our calendar.

Request an appointment on the Norton Healthcare Mobile Prevention Center.

To schedule your COVID-19 vaccine, visit NortonHealthcare.com/VaccineEvents.

Made possible by a grant from the Norton Healthcare Foundation.

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