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Why should I choose for my mammogram?

A private mammogram is a simple and afordable way to get peace of mind, or detect early signs of breast cancer before any symptoms are visible. Yearly breast screenings can't prevent cancer, but they can open the door to faster treatment and better outcomes if an anomaly is found.

  • Start having routine mammograms 10 years earlier than on the NHS
  • No GP appointment or referral needed, and no waiting lists
  • Easy online booking, where you're free to choose the best options for you
  • Dedicated care from expert mammographers and breast health specialists

If you have any symptoms of breast cancer, such as a lump or change in breast appearance, please make an appointment with your GP as soon as possible rather than booking a screening scan.

Private mammogram Scans

At what age should you have a mammogram in the UK?

Private breast screenings in the UK are available from the age of 40. This is ten years earlier than routine NHS mammograms start (from age 50). The sooner anomalies are found, the better the opportunities are for treatment, which is why private early screenings can be benefcial. If you notice symptoms of breast cancer, such as a lump, it is important to see your GP as soon as possible and not wait for a routine screening appointment.

How often should you have a mammogram in the UK?

You can have a private breast screening once every 12 months. This limit is in place due to the potential risks of repeated X-Ray exposure. The scans are safe to undergo privately on a yearly basis, meanwhile, the NHS ofers routine mammograms every three years

Do mammograms hurt?

Mammograms are non-invasive procedures, and many people do not fnd them painful. However, depending on your breast size and timing of the scan in relation to your menstrual cycle, you may fnd it uncomfortable or painful. The scan is quick to complete, and any discomfort should subside shortly afterwards, but you should tell your mammographer if you experience pain during the scan.

How long for mammogram results?

The NHS gives an estimated 2-3 week wait for mammogram results. With, you will receive your results within X working days. This includes a written report of the fndings and XYZ.

What does it mean if I get recalled after a mammogram?

Being recalled after a mammogram can be worrying, but it does not necessarily mean a serious issue has been found. Only 4% of women are called back after a mammogram, and many of them will not have breast cancer. Your specialist might recall you if the frst scan wasn't clear, or to recommend further tests if an issue has been found. It is worth noting that not all anomalies are cancerous, and less than 1% of all mammograms result in a breast cancer diagnosis.

Mammogram Scan Costs

When you book a private breast screening with, you'll receive a full, end-to-end package of care, starting from just 200£. We offer mammograms at X locations in the UK. The cost of our scans can vary depending on the pricing set by individual scanning centres.


Private Mammogram Scan

Starting from £200

Quick and easy referral process, with support from a dedicated expert clinician

Your MRI scan, at a selected location near you

Digital access to your radiologist's report, and the option to request copies of your images as required

If there are any next steps or adverse findings, our expert clinicians will provide a post-scan phone consultation to explain your scan results

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How It Works


Booking and referral

Select the scan you need, compare prices, and complete your booking. We'll refer you to your selected scanning site, who will call you to confrm your appointment and provide any preparation instructions before your scan.


Scan confirmation

You visit your scanning centre and have your mammogram. They will compile a report of the fndings and share it with you within X working days of your scan and call you with the results.


Have your scan

If your results are normal, you can book another screening in 12 months' time. If an anomaly has been found, the scan provider will ask you if you would like to continue with private care with them, or go back to your usual GP. If you chooseto stick with them, they will manage your onward care.


Receive your results

If you choose to go back to your GP, we will share your report with your GP and request urgent follow-up. You should also contact your GP to tell them about the results. We'll get in touch with you after 7 days, and again after 30 days, to make sure you are receiving the appropriate care for your fndings

Frequently Asked Questions

If you have any questions about booking an Mammogram scan with us, visit our FAQ guide.

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Do I need a GP referral or self-referral?

A key benefit of booking with is that you do not need a GP referral to access our services. There is also no self-referral process. Instead, our in-house medical team will contact you once you have booked and made payment for your scan. Our clinicians will ask you for all of the relevant information they need to compile a referral on your behalf, which is then passed on to your chosen scanning site.

How will I receive my results?

Once you have had your scan, your radiologist’s report will be emailed to you in PDF format, usually within 7 working days.

Digital copies of your images are also available as required for onward care. The method for accessing the images differs depending on your chosen scanning site.

Some sites use IEP(Image Exchange Portal), while others require an image request form to be completed. Please refer to your results email for further information.

What's included in the price of my booking?

  • A pre-scan consultation from one of our medical team over the phone or via email.
  • A written referral by our medical team, using the information from your consultation.
  • An MRI scan at your chosen scanning centre.
  • A written report on your scan by a consultant radiologist.
  • Access to copies of your scan images, which are downloadable, as required.
  • A post-scan consultation with one of our medical team if there are any adverse findings in your scan.

How long does an MRI Scan take?

An MRI scan on a single body part typically takes between 10–30 minutes

Full-body MRI scans, additional body parts, or more complex scans can last up to 90 minutes. this time frame can vary, and your radiographer will let you know the estimated duration of your scan before the procedure starts. Visit our news page for more information on how MRI scans work.

Can I cancel and get a refund?

Yes, we do offer cancellations and refunds, though depending on the status of your booking this may incur a £50 cancellation fee. For more information, visit our terms and conditions.

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