Step 1 – Find A Screening Location Near You
Congratulations. You’ve made the decision to have better health and get screened. We are here to help. Our first step is to help you find a medical center where you can get screened.
Here is a map of the twenty four main hospitals in Alaska.
Here is a map of tribal health hospitals and clinics in Alaska.
Here is a map of our partners, with offices that can assist you in your search.
Step 2 – See if additional screening is right for you
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I am age 40-49
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I am age 65 or older
Step 3: Gather your financial information
Most insurance companies cover the cost of screening. However, it is also common to be without insurance. For those who are paying out of pocket expenses, our financial guidelines can help you determine if you qualify for help. The median cost of a mammogram in Anchorage is $250. The average cost of a Pap test is under $75.
Step 4: Harness the Power of Your Personal Network
We get it. Screening can be stressful. But you don’t have to do it alone. Now is the time to let the people closest to you know what you are up to. Share your reasons for getting screened – whether it is for your own health, or because you care about your family, or out of a sense of responsibility for your community – whatever the reason the people who know you best will want to support you and provide the good vibes that give you strength.
Step 5: Learn More
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If you are a caregiver of someone who is undergoing treatment click here.
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