Early Detection Works The Washington Clinic302 E 2nd St
Washington, KS, 66968
Frequently Asked Questions about Early Detection Works The Washington Clinic
What is the mission of the Kansas Department of Health and Environment Cancer Prevention and Control Program?
Seeks to reduce the morbidity and mortality from cancer through prevention of cancer when possible and routine screening when appropriate.
What type of screenings do they offer?
Breast and cervical cancer screening services through service providers located across the state.
What does the Early Detection Works program pay for?
Clinical breast exams, mammograms, Pap tests and diagnostic services for women who qualify.
Is this center a provider?
How can deaths from breast and cervical cancer be reduced?
Through regular screening and prompt treatment.
What is the goal of the Early Detection works program?
To reduce death from breast and cervical cancer among the women of Kansas.
Is there an age restriction?
Yes. She must be between the ages of 40 and 64.
Is there an income restriction?
Yes, to qualify for these services, a woman's income must fall within 225% of federal poverty guidelines.
Do I need insurance?
No. A woman must have no health insurance or inpatient-only insurance with a high, unmet deductible.
Will the Early Detection Works will pay for diagnostic procedures?
Yes. If screenings detect any abnormalities.
Early Detection Works The Washington Clinic provides mammograms in Kansas. To obtain more details on eligibility please contact Early Detection Works The Washington Clinic directly by calling (785) 296-1207.
Not all facilities that offer free mammograms are completely free to everyone. Many diagnostic testing locations are free, some locations require that you meet income eligibility criteria. Call and ask before making an appointment or fully read the description information we provide.