Rutter Mills is Helping Make Breast Cancer Screenings Accessible for Women in Hampton Roads
The Sentara 3D Mobile Mammogram Bus is Headed to Rutter Mills Offices
Rutter Mills is proud to announce we will be hosting the Sentara Mobile 3D Mammogram Bus at the Newport News office on December 4th, 2023. This event underscores the firm’s unwavering commitment to raising awareness about the critical importance of early detection in the fight against breast cancer. Breast cancer is a pervasive health concern affecting millions of lives each year. Recognizing the need for proactive healthcare initiatives, Rutter Mills is taking a bold step to help bring accessible breast cancer screening services directly to the community.
The Sentara Mobile 3D Mammogram Bus is a state-of-the-art facility equipped with advanced mammography technology, providing women convenient access to crucial screenings. By hosting this mobile unit, Rutter Mills aims to remove barriers to early detection, emphasizing the firm’s dedication to the health and well-being of the community.
“At Rutter Mills, raising awareness about the importance of early detection is not just an October event. For too many of us, it’s personal and part of our every day, so we’re working to raise awareness about early detection year-round,” says Meredith Lettiere, Director of Marketing for Rutter Mills.
CALL 757-736-0040 TO MAKE YOUR APPOINTMENT TODAY!
The event on December 4th, 2023, will kick off a series of visits rotating between the Rutter Mills offices in Norfolk and Newport News by the mammogram bus. This will give downtown residents access to screenings they may not otherwise have. It will also serve as a reminder for women over 40 to schedule their appointments. Appointments are limited so call 757-736-0040 today!
In addition to providing access to vital screening services, the event will feature educational resources on breast cancer awareness, prevention, and support. Rutter Mills aims to empower the community with knowledge and resources that can contribute to early detection and improved health outcomes.