- Colorectal Cancer Screening
Men and women, aged 50 and over, and at average risk, undergo a Fecal Occult Blood Test with the aid of an “at home” Fecal Immunochemical Test Kit. Higher-risk patients are internally screened with a colonoscopy.
- Breast Cancer Screening
A comprehensive mammogram and clinical breast exam are recommended for, and given to, women 40 years and older, and women younger than 40, who are considered higher-risk patients. Only a New York State-certified health care provider can accurately determine a patient’s level of risk.
- Cervical Cancer Screening
Women 40 years and older will undergo a complete pelvic examination in addition to a standard pap test.