Screening Program for Breast Cancer

Our Screening Program for Breast Cancer provides important and potentially life-saving screening mammograms to Saskatchewan women who:

  • Are 50 years of age or older
  • Do not have symptoms of breast cancer such as lumps, bloody nipple discharge or skin change
  • Do not have breast implants
  • Are not on active follow-up for breast cancer
  • Have been cancer free for five years

Book your mammogram today. Call us toll free at 1-855-584-8228 to schedule an appointment. 

Email our Early Detection Coordinators at for more information about the screening program.

Why are screening mammograms important

A mammogram is a low-dose x-ray of the breast. With regular screening mammograms, changes in the breast can be detected even when they are too small for you or your doctor to feel or see.

Approximately 75 per cent of breast cancers diagnosed through the screening program are early stage.

Early detection allows for more treatment options and better outcomes.

Call 1-855-584-8228 to book your appointment for a screening mammogram. Email our Early Detection coordinators if you have any questions.

Where Can I Go for a Mammogram

The Screening Program for Breast Cancer operates two permanent screening centres in Regina and Saskatoon; satellite centres in Moose Jaw, Swift Current, Yorkton, North Battleford, Prince Albert and Lloydminster; and a mobile bus that travels throughout rural and northern Saskatchewan.

You do not need a doctor’s referral to make an appointment for a screening mammogram. To book an appointment, call 1-855-584-8228. Our phones are answered between 8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. 

Email our Early Detection coordinators for more information about the screening program.

Screening Centres

  • Regina: 100-4545 Parliament Avenue 

  • Saskatoon: 130-1804 McOrmond Drive

  • Lloydminster: Lloydminster Hospital

  • Moose Jaw: Dr. F.H. Wigmore Hospital

  • North Battleford: Battlefords Union Hospital

  • Prince Albert: Victoria Hospital

  • Swift Current: Cypress Regional Hospital

  • Yorkton: Yorkton Regional Hospital

Mobile Bus

The mobile mammography bus runs on a two-year cycle. Check out the list of communities the bus visits, broken down by even and odd years. Appointments for the bus can be made approximately six weeks in advance of mobile visits. 

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