Johnson County Health Department
Johnson County Health Department provides mammograms in Kentucky. To obtain more details on eligibility please contact Johnson County Health Department directly by calling (606) 789-2590.
What does The Kentucky Women's Cancer Screening Program provide?
- Provides low-cost mammograms and Pap tests through health departments in every county.
- They provide breast and cervical screening and follow-up services, professional education, public education, outreach, quality assurance, and surveillance.
Who provides the screening and follow-up services provide?
By local health care professionals through contracts with local health departments.
Who funded the this program?
It is funded by both state and federal funds and is part of the National Breast and Cervical Cancer Early Detection Program.
How to determine their eligibility for breast cancer screening?
Age, income, uninsured which means no private insurance, no Medicaid, no Medicare, women ages 40-64 years old, women younger than 40 years old who has a family history of breast cancer.
To whom does low-cost test provided?
To uninsured women with incomes at or less than 250 percent of the poverty level beginning three years after the onset of sexual activity or no older than 21 years of age.
Do I need a Dr's referral for a free mammogram?
Do I need to make an appointment to be seen?
Do I need to be a resident of this county to get a free mammogram?
Free Mammograms at this location are subsidized by Kentucky Women's Cancer Screening Program
275 E. Main St. HS1WF
Frankfort, KY - 40621
Women ages 21 and older
Household income at or less than 250 percent of the federal poverty level
No health insurance including Medicaid and Medicare Part B
Breast Cancer Screening
Cervical Cancer Screening