About Sutter Amador Hospital Imaging
Our radiologists and diagnostic imaging professionals use the latest technologies and techniques to ensure your procedure is successful, and that the results are extremely accurate.
Featured Service: 3D mammograms
Outsmart breast cancer Mammograms are still the best way to detect breast cancer When detected early, the survival rate is 99%*
*Source: American Cancer Society
Frequently Asked Questions
How do I prepare for a mammogram?
When should I consider getting mammogram?
The American Cancer Society suggests women at average risk get a screening mammogram at age 45. Women at higher-than-average risk should have the choice to get a mammogram earlier, at age 40. Mammograms are the best way to detect breast cancer early when the five-year survival rate is 99 percent, according to the CDC.