Contact: (509) 574-3860
Mamography Scheduling: (509) 574-3863
1515 W. Yakima Ave., Yakima, WA 98902
Monday 7:30-4pm, Tuesday thru Friday 7:30-6:00pm
‘Ohana, a word found in both Japanese and Hawaiian cultures, was chosen as the name for our Mammography Center to honor the women of our community and represents the “extended family” of Memorial’s breast health services. To fully serve the needs of women, a comprehensive and coordinated approach to breast health is vital. It is equally important for women to feel supported and comforted in a warm and caring environment.
At `Ohana, Memorial's Mammography Center, we offer a supportive and caring environment along with the most advanced digital technology available. Digital mammography allows us to provide our patients with the highest quality of care in the prevention and early detection of breast cancer.
Early detection remains a woman’s best defense in the battle against breast cancer. Like all cancers, breast cancer develops when abnormal cells in the body change and grow out of control. When problematic breast tissue cells are diagnosed early, the prognosis for cure is extremely high.
Although mammography services are the foundation of ‘Ohana, additional diagnostic and support services are offered in the same beautiful facility. ‘Ohana offers a communication linkage for women to access doctors, diagnosticians, counselors, and other health professionals.
`Ohana offers walk-in clinic hours for screening mammograms on Fridays from 2:30 to 5:30 p.m. No appointment in necessary—just bring the name of your primary care physician with you. Patients will be seen in the order of arrival. Spanish interpreters are available.
Our nurse navigators are registered nurses who are certified breast health examiners knowledgeable in breast diseases. They help the patient understand her diagnosis and treatment options so she can work with her health care provider to determine the best course of treatment for her. Our navigators are an invaluable educational and emotional supporter for the patient and her family.
Studies show that a woman’s best defense against breast cancer is a monthly breast self-exam. Pick a day each month, maybe the day of your birthday, and take the time to perform your breast self-exam. For more information on breast self-exam, click here.
To ensure the best protection against breast cancer,