2811 Tieton Drive,
Yakima, WA 98902 Map this address

(509) 575-8000

'Ohana Mammography Center

Monday to Thursday 7:30 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Address: 1515 W. Yakima Ave., Yakima, WA 98902 Map this address

Scheduling: (509) 574-3863
Fax: (509) 249-5319

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Pregnant with twins and diagnosed with breast cancer. Watch Austyn's story.

'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 Virginia Mason Memorial's breast health services.

At 'Ohana, Memorial's Mammography Center, we offer a supportive and caring environment along with the most advanced digital technology available. 3 D (breast tomosynthesis) 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 is the foundation of 'Ohana's services, additional diagnostic and support services are offered in the same beautiful facility. 'Ohana offers a communication link for women to access doctors, diagnosticians, counselors, and other health professionals regarding their breast health.

Our Services

  • Tomosynthesis - 3D mammography (breast tomosynthesis) is an exciting advancement in breast cancer screening shown in clinical studies to be better than conventional 2D mammography alone. It shows breast tissue in thin layers, like pages in a book, helping doctors dismiss falsely suspicious areas and find breast cancer earlier.
  • Screening Mammography
  • Cyst Aspiration
  • Breast Health Education
  • Diagnostic Mammography Ductography
  • Financial Counseling
  • Diagnostic Breast Ultrasound
  • Core Biopsy
  • Breast Care Coordination
  • Gift Shop: Proceeds from sales benefit vital community health programs through The Memorial Foundation
Breat Cancer Austyn Hutton
Real Stories

At 27 years old and nine months pregnant with twins, Austyn Hutton was diagnosed with breast cancer...

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Guidelines for Early Detection

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. Download Breast Self Exam brochure ».

To ensure the best protection against breast cancer,

  • Perform regular breast self-exams (beginning at age 20) so you know the normal feel of your breasts and know how to recognize changes.
  • Discuss your risk for breast cancer with your doctor to decide when to start regular mammograms or read about current Breast Screening Guidelines ».

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Our Medical Staff

Carolynn K. Clarke

Carolynn K. Clarke, MSN, CNM, ARNP

Medical school:

Yale School of Nursing, New Haven, CT

Master of Science in Nursing, Nurse-Midwifery specialty, 2010-2012

What inspired you to choose medicine? I am a curious person, as well as passionate about learning and puzzle-solving. Additionally, supporting my dad through his 17-year battle with cancer inspired my desire to partner with patients and families facing personal health challenges. 

Why did you choose your specialty? As a Certified Nurse Midwife, I experience the special honor of building long-term relationships with women and their families. As a breast health specialist, I am able to expand this practice to include both men and women.

What is your philosophy of care? It is my privilege and honor to support you with the highest level of clinical care as a partnering member of your health care team. I am committed to YOU and to the achievement of your health care goals and desires. As such, I will advocate for, and support you with our breast health decisions, concerns, and issues. I look forward to building long-term relationships with 'Ohana patients and their loved ones as a breast health advocate, educator, clinician, and friend.

What do you like about Yakima? I enjoy the beauty of Yakima’s orchards, distant Cascade Mountains, and changing seasons. Members of the Yakima community are friendly, approachable, and welcoming.

What do you like to do outside of work? Sharing time with my family and friends is always a special gift! Time in the sun, at the coast, writing, reading or creating are all things that make my heart smile.

Courtney Lombardi, ARNP

Courtney Lombardi, ARNP

Education: Master’s of Science in Nursing, Adult Gerontology Primary Care, School of Nursing, Vanderbilt University, 2017; Bachelor of Arts, Spanish Language, Florida State University.

What inspired you to choose medicine?  I was a patient and I saw what it was like to be in the system. I had a nurse who was really kind to me in a very difficult situation. She inspired me to be that advocate for the patient.

Why did you choose your specialty? I like the relationship with patients my specialty affords.

What is your philosophy of care? My No. 1 nursing value that I bring to every patient is patient autonomy. The patient’s decision is their decision. I’m there to be a partner with them.

What do you like about Yakima? I like hiking and being outside. I like the farmers markets and anything outdoors, really.

What do you like to do outside of work? I like to spend time with my family, go on hikes with my dog.

'Ohana: I will be navigating women through their breast concerns, helping them through the process at 'Ohana and introducing them to a navigator at North Star, if that is needed. I want them to think of me as a friend that they can talk to who has a lot of knowledge and expertise in this area.

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COVID-19 News & Announcements

New! June 23: Going Home after Birth during the COVID-19 Pandemic

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Mask Requirements

To minimize the risk of spreading COVID-19, Virginia Mason Memorial (VMM) would like to remind all patients and visitors that masks are REQUIRED at all VMM facilities, including our clinics.

To conserve supplies, we request that all patients and visitors bring masks to their appointments. A limited number of reusable cloth masks, made by community members, will be available if you need one.

We also strongly encourage all community members to wear masks when in public - this is one of our best tools to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

UPDATED! May 26: New Visitation Policy

As a response to the current community situation with COVID-19, we are suspending most in-person visits to our hospitalized patients. The decision to suspend hospital visits was difficult and made only after careful consideration.
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Prescription Home Delivery

We now offer home delivery for your prescription medications.

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Visitors to Generations OB/GYN

As part of our continuing efforts to focus on patient safety during the COVID-19 pandemic, Generations has changed its visitor policy.

No visitors will be allowed for clinic visits, with the only exceptions being:

1 Visitor will be allowed for the first OB appointment
1 visitor will be allowed at the 20 week anatomy ultrasound

Visitors to the Family Birthplace

Women in the Family Birthplace may have one visitor.

Telehealth: Your questions answered

Learn more about joining one of our providers for a Telehealth visit »

COVID-19 Evaluation Clinic

Our Creekside HealthyNow location is now a COVID-19 evaluation clinic. If you have cough and fever, please schedule your visit at our Creekside Location. Please list your symptoms in the reason for visit so our team is better prepared to assist you.

This location completes an evaluation to determine if you're a candidate for COVID testing. Learn more »

Physician Recruitment:

We have reduced the number of Physician and Provider positions we are recruiting for in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. Should you be interested in possible employment with Virginia Mason Memorial, please contact us at physicianrecruitment@yvmh.org. We are actively reviewing our staffing needs and new positions are being approved for posting. We appreciate your interest in us and hope to have the opportunity to consider you for a role with VMM.

Additional Spiritual Resources During COVID-19

Chaplains at Virginia Mason Memorial Hospital provide care for every patient regardless of their personal beliefs or non-beliefs. For support, assistance, prayers, and all other spiritual care requests, please email spiritualcare@yvmh.org or call the spiritual care office: (509) 575-8035

Tele-Chaplaincy

There are times when a direct face to face spiritual care conversation is not the best option (due to distance, a pandemic, patient preference). That's where Tele-Chaplaincy provides another possibility. You can request chaplain support using your personal, or hospital room, phone. Calls are confidential. Chaplains will listen, provide encouragement, offer help and resources, and if desired, offer prayer. If you are part of a faith community a chaplain can help you connect with them.

Virtual Chaplaincy

Without regular visits from family and friends a stay in the hospital can be even more challenging. One of our newest offerings, Virtual Chaplaincy using Zoom, helps make connections. By contacting the Spiritual Care team at the email or phone number above you can request a Zoom meeting. Family and friends throughout the Yakima Valley, from the four corners of the state, from across the country and even internationally, are meeting with patients via Zoom to offer their love and support. Due to the popularity of this option scheduling and frequency may, at times, be limited.

Hospital Lab Services

All out-patient lab services - including newborn screens and bilirubin collections - will now be provided at Memorial Cornerstone Medicine, 4003 Creekside Loop. Hours are 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday; 8 a.m. to noon, Saturday and Sunday.

Hospital Pharmacy

Beginning Thursday, March 19, the hospital pharmacy is closed to the public for the duration of the pandemic. The public may choose to have those prescriptions transferred to VMM's Pharmacy at Creekside or the pharmacy of their choice.

The Pharmacy at Creekside, 4003 Creekside Loop, is open 8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday; and Saturday and Sunday 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. and offers walk-in or drive-through options for pickup.

Farmacia Del Hospital

A partir del jueves 19 de marzo, la farmacia del hospital estará cerrada al público mientras dure la pandemia. El público puede escoger si quiere que sus recetas sean transferidas a la otra farmacia de Virginia Mason Memorial, localizada en la clínica Cornerstone o también puede elegir cualquier otra farmacia de su preferencia. La clínica de Cornerstone, está localizada en el 4003 Creekside Loop. En esta farmacia se puede recoger la medicina por la ventana y/o adentro de la clínica.

Horario: Lunes a Viernes de 8:30 a.m. a 6:00 p.m. y sábado y domingo de las 8:00 a.m. a las 4:30 pm