The mobile screening service visits Cheltenham for the first time

The BreastScreen Victoria mobile screening van will be in Cheltenham for the first time from Monday, 21 March to Friday, 1 April 2022, offering free breast screens.

If you’re a woman* aged between 50 and 74, you should have a breast screen every two years. They are the best way to find breast cancer early—before there are symptoms and when treatment is most likely to succeed.

A breast screen can find cancer as small as a grain of rice, long before it can be seen or felt.

The van provides an opportunity to have a screen in a convenient location with friendly staff. COVID-19 safety measures will be in place to protect both the community and staff.

All breast screens are with a female radiographer in a safe and friendly environment and take 10 minutes. There’s no need for a doctor’s referral or Medicare card.

If you’re due for your regular breast screen and haven’t made an appointment yet, book today! 

Cheltenham Library (carpark) 
12 Stanley Avenue 
21 March – 1 April 2022 

Book your appointment online or by calling 13 20 50. 

This service is supported by funding from the Australian Government under the South Eastern Melbourne PHN. 

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*including trans women, and trans men and non-binary people who fit the eligibility criteria