1000 Health Center Drive
(217) 258-2525
Mobile Mammography Van

Mobile Mammography Schedule

With access being cited as one of the main reasons women don’t have regular mammograms, Sarah Bush Lincoln Health Center’s Mobile Mammography unit was put in place with help from BankCheck, a collaborative effort between nine area banks; the Illinois Department of Public Health, Office of Women’s Health; a rural Health Initiatives Partnership Program grant from the Southern Illinois University School of Medicine; and the Susan G. Komen Foundation. Together they help to support a van which provides mammograms and cholesterol assessments. For women who have not been regularly receiving mammograms and health screens, the mobile mammography unit travels to area county health departments, businesses and SBL’s outlying clinics to provide access to women living in those communities.

The mobile mammography unit travels to the following counties: Coles, Clark, Cumberland, Douglas, Edgar, Effingham, Jasper, and Moultrie.

14 SBL Neoga Clinic
15 First Bank and Trust, Marshall
19 SBL Sullivan Clinic
20 Herff Jones, Arcola
22 SBL Arthur Clinic
25 Heritage Woods, Charleston
26 Jasper County Health Department, Newton
27 Fellowship Center, Mattoon
28 SBL Casey Clinic

2 Douglas County Health Department, Tuscola
5 SBL Charleston Clinic East 
9 Family Health Center of East Central Illinois, Camargo
10 US Bank Mattoon  
11 Uptown Variety, Windsor
16 SBL Toledo Clinic
17 SBL Arthur Clinic
18 Coles County Health Department, Charleston
19 Mi Raza, Arcola
22 SBL Arcola Clinic
23 SBL Sullivan Clinic 
24 First Mid Illinois Bank and Trust, Tuscola 
25 SBL Casey Clinic
30 Jasper County Health Department, Newton
31 First Mid Illinois Bank and Trust, Charleston

Free blood screenings, at the health department locations only, if women fast after midnight (please drink water on that day). Dates and locations are subject to change.

For more information or to make an appointment for a mammogram,
call Central Scheduling at 217-258-2588 or 1-800-639-5929.