Where to Get Free Mammograms in Northeast Ohio

In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, we've compiled a five-county list of places where you can get a check up for free.

Many area hospitals and clinics offer free or low cost diagnostic mammograms to screen residents for breast cancer. Below is a list of some health facilities that offer those services compiled with the help of Northeast Ohio Affiliate of Susan G. Komen.

Cuyahoga County


Asian Services in Action (ASIA, Inc.)

Asian Women’s Health Initiative (AWHI)

3631 Perkins Ave., Suite 2A-W, Cleveland


Serves: Cuyahoga and Summit counties


Cuyahoga County Board of Health

Breast and Cervical Cancer Project

5550 Venture Dr., Parma


Serves: Ashtabula, Cuyahoga, Lake, Geauga, Lorain, Medina, and Trumbull Counties


Fairview Hospital

18200 Lorain Ave., Cleveland




BRinging Education, Advocacy and Support Together (BREAST)

2500 MetroHealth Dr., Cleveland



Northeast Ohio Neighborhood Health Services, Inc. (NEON)

The Mammogram Connection Program

8300 Hough Ave., Cleveland



South Pointe Hospital

Northeast Ohio ANGEL Network

4200 Warrensville Rd., Warrensville Heights



University Hospitals Seidman Cancer Center

Save Our Sisters (S.O.S.)

11100 Euclid Ave., Cleveland, OH 44106



Women’s Diagnostic Center of Cleveland

5 Severance Circle, Suite 207, Cleveland Heights



Summit County


Akron General Medical Center

The Breast Health Center Outreach Program

224 West Exchange St., Akron


Serves: Medina, Portage and Summit counties


Summa Foundation

Summa Screens

525 East Market St., Akron


Serves: Medina, Portage, Summit, Stark, and Wayne Counties


Summit County General Health District

1100 Graham Road Circle, Stow


Serves: Portage, Stark, Summit, and Wayne Counties

Lake County


Lake Health Hospital System

9485 Mentor Ave. Suite # 4, Mentor



University Hospitals Geneva Medical Center

Ashtabula and Eastern Lake County Rural Underserved Women’s Project

870 West Main St, Geneva


Serves: Ashtabula and Lake Counties, Cuyahoga county residents also welcome

Lorain County

EMH - Elyria

630 East River Street

Elyria, Ohio 44035


EMH – Avon

1997 Healthway Drive

Avon, Ohio 44011

Cleveland Clinic Elyria – Chestnut Commons

303 Chestnut Commons Dr., Elyria



Mercy Regional Medical Center

Angel & Amiga – Breast Health Education Awareness Program

3700 Kolbe Road, Lorain


Stark County 


Canton Community Clinic

Increased Access to Screening and Treatment for Underserved Women

2725 Lincoln St. E., Canton


Serves: Stark County


Mercy Medical Center

Mercy Breast Care Center: Hold Our Hand. Together We Will Make the Journey.

1320 Mercy Dr. NW, Canton


Serves: Carroll, Holmes, Stark, Tuscarawas, and Wayne Counties


For more information, please contact the Northeast Ohio Affiliate of Susan G. Komen for the Cure: 216-292-CURE or info@komenneohio.org.

lyn October 26, 2012 at 09:31 PM
Dan- I think you are confused on what breast screenings are that Planned Parenthood offers. They perform exams. Then they may refer or assist in referrals to other places for mammograms, which are x-rays, to be performed. Check their website and ask your relative. Doing an exam, a screening, is not the same as a mammogram.
Jason Baird October 26, 2012 at 09:36 PM
Oh my gosh.. Dan, they don't do Mammograms dude. Doesn't it anger you that you thought that they did but come to find out that they don't? Is that right? I mean take the elephant and donkey out of the picture. They do not provide mammograms... That was the topic. Now, since you seem to want to steer this into a pro-choice debate, Dan, I'm telling you, no sane pro-choice person after watching a real abortion, on abort73.com for example, can keep their stance. It takes that kind of effort to find and see the truth to make a good decision on the subject. The dismemberment and slow death of an infant inside the womb, that happens 350,000+ times a year at planned parenthood. Again, in this age you can watch exactly what happens, you cannot argue it after you watch it. Great, I'm glad PP assists with women's health, outside the scope of abortion. Look, I will own up to the fact that I'm Christian but I'm not Catholic. Did any of us bring up God at all...? My holy beliefs are from my heart and mind, they wouldn't serve much of a purpose up my A ;) Get angry with what you have been told and led to believe, not us for simply correcting the information you have with the truth.
Bill October 26, 2012 at 09:55 PM
don't be too hard on Dan since he represents a significant number of the voting population. i mean, seriously, facts and truth don't matter to them and they will follow like lemmings right over the cliff(s) both fiscal and moral. and, he does use a common socialist tactic. when the facts don't match their self interest, they divert the discussion and try to shift attention to something totally irrelevant. if you take the bait then they win and avoid facing reality. besides i don't think that dan has the benefit of an education beyond high school if that. it may be impossible for anyone without a grasp of logic or philosophy to really hone in on a complex subject. reading comprehension may also be a challenge. remember what mitt romney said in the first debate when i mentioned teenagers who kept telling lies hoping that if they would repeat the lie often enough then people would buy it?
Dan LaVigne October 26, 2012 at 11:08 PM
Mamagrams are not the best tool for women to see about breast cancer. Their is a better test out their and its called Thermography.Current methods used to detect suspicious signs of breast cancer depend primarily on the combination of both physical exams and mamagrams. Mamagrams only pick out cancer cells. Thermography go farther in that it picks out the cells and tissues and can predict at least three years in advance the start of cancer. Thermography uses Digital Infrared Imaging and not an X-Ray. Just some advise for Women looking for something better to check for breast cancer
Rachel Abbey McCafferty December 07, 2012 at 03:58 AM
A comment was deleted for language. Keep it clean, please. http://brecksville.patch.com/terms


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