Huntsman Cancer Institute offers mobile cancer screening throughout the state of Utah. The Mobile Cancer Screening and Education Clinics are a collaboration between Huntsman Cancer Institute and University of Utah Health (U of U Health).
These state-of-the-art clinics on wheels brings Huntsman Cancer Institute's expertise and the latest screening technology to all Utah residents—in distant and rural communities, as well as underserved urban areas. Employers, community organizations, and church groups can schedule visits.
The 45-foot-long mobile clinics are loaded with the latest equipment:
- 3D mammography machine—exactly the same as in Huntsman Cancer Institute's hospital, and other University of Utah Health mammography clinics
- ADA compliant lift
- Private changing rooms
- Waiting and education area
Certified technicians perform mammograms. Board-certified radiologists review the results. Health educators provide cancer prevention and risk information.
Schedule a Visit from the Screening Bus
What types of organizations can schedule a visit?
- Community-based organizations
- Community clinics and health care systems
- Nonprofit organizations
- Religious and civic groups
- Residential facilities such as assisted living and nursing homes
We can schedule visits for most groups that have at least 10-20 women aged 40+ who need mammograms.
Any woman aged 40+ with insurance that covers University of Utah facilities can have a mammogram on the screening bus.
Women who are low-income, uninsured, or underinsured, and meet certain guidelines, may qualify for vouchers from the Utah Department of Health. Call 1-800-717-1811 for more information about vouchers.