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    Screening Saves Lives
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    ​​Maryland’s Breast and Cervical Cancer Screening Program (BCCP) provides breast and cervical cancer screening, diagnosis, and patient navigation services to women across the state.​ 

    Eligibility Criteria Services Offered

    §  Maryland resident
    §  40-64 years old for breast cancer screening
    §  21-64 years old for cervical cancer screening
    §  65+, please call for more information
    §  Have a household income at or below 250% of federal poverty guidelines
    §  Have no health insurance or health insurance that does not completely pay for needed services
    §  Have health insurance, but have not been able to get screened or get needed follow-up testing

    §  Clinical breast exam (CBE) 
    §  Mammograms (screening and diagnostic)
    §  Breast ultrasound
    §  Surgical consultation
    §  Breast biopsy
    §  Pap test
    §  HPV test
    §  Colposcopy and cervical biopsy
    §  Patient navigation (services such as help scheduling appoi​ntments and follow-up, finding transportation, interpretation services and more)
    §  Case management
     §  Linkage to treatment, as needed

    *If 65 years or older, please call the program in your area to see what services you may be eligible for, including patient navigation services.​

    There are 2 easy ways to find the services nearest to you:

    1.  Find your county/city of residence in the list below and call your local program:


    Juris​​​​diction/Organ​​iza​tion Telephone ​​Jurisdiction/​​Organization​ ​​Telephone

    Anne Arundel​ County Health Department​​​
    Howard County Health Department
    Baltimore City: MedStar Harbor Hospital; MedStar Good Samaritan Hospital
    410-350-2066 Lower Eastern Shore
    Somerset County
    Wicomico County
    Worcester County 
    Baltimore City: U​niversity of Maryland Medical S​ystem​​​
    Mid-Eastern Shore
    Caroline County
    Dorchester County
    Talbot County
    Baltimore County Health Department

    Montgomery County Health Department​​
    Carroll County Health Department
    410-876​-4423​ Prince George’s County: Doctor’s Community Hospital ​301-552-7724
    Cecil County Health Department
    410-996-5168 Southern Maryland
    Calvert County
    Charles County
    St. Mary's County
    301-609-6843 or 301-609-6832
    Frederick County Health Department
    Upper Eastern Shore
    Kent County
    Queen Anne's County
    Harford County Health Department 410-643-3767
    Western Maryland
    Allegany County
    Garrett County
    Washington County

    2. Call 1-800-477-9774 to discuss the best local program for you.

    Ready for your cancer screening?  Call us: 1-800-477-9774.