Imaging Services


The Queen's Medical Center

Imaging Services
Digital Mammography—Overview, Locations, Hours and Contact Info

Digital Mammography
Mammography is used to screen for problems in women with no symptoms.  A mammogram is a safe, low dose x-ray of the inside of your breast.  A mammogram can show changes too small to feel.   It can also help to diagnose a lump or other change found during a breast exam.  

Before your test:
If you have had breast surgery, tell the doctor or technologist ahead of time. You should also mention breast implants or large moles.  Any of these may affect test results. Try to schedule your mammogram for the week after your period, when your breasts are less tender. On the day of your test:

  • Wear a two-piece outfit, since you’ll be undressing from the waist up.
  • Don’t use deodorant, talcum powder, or cream on your breasts or underarms. These can interfere with test results.

What to expect:
During the test, your breast is gently flattened between two plastic plates. This ensures that all breast tissue can be seen.  You may feel some discomfort, but it lasts just a few moments.  An x-ray machine sends a tiny amount of radiation through your breast to create an image. Two or more views may be taken of each breast to provide a complete picture. Your health care provider will discuss the test results with you.  Be sure to ask any questions you have.

Guidelines for having regular mammograms:
Have your first mammogram by age 40. After have a mammogram every year. If you’re at higher risk for breast cancer, you may need to start having yearly mammograms earlier.

Women’s Health Center Hours:
Located on the first level of The Queen's Medical Center
Monday through Friday, 7:00am to 5:00pm
Saturday, 8:00am to 12:00pm

Diagnostic appointment and to pre-register

Massage and Facial appointments or information

Imaging Services also includes a service center at The Physician’s Office Building III (located at the corner of Lauhala and Beretania Streets, on The Queen's campus) for X-ray, ultrasound, Dexa (bone density) and Mammograms.

Hours of Operation–Queen’s POB III Service Area
Monday through Friday, 8:00am to 5:00pm
Closed Saturdays, Sundays, and Holidays

Contact Phone Numbers
       Phone: 808.691.7171
       FAX: 808.691.7809 (medical center only)

   Medical Center Pre-Registration
       Phone: 808.691.7170

   Medical Center Service Area
       Phone: 808.691.4711
       FAX: 808.691.4097

   Queen's POB III Service Area
       Phone: 808.691.7780
        FAX: 808.691.7088

Monday thru Friday:
8:00am to 5:00pm





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