Early Detection. Caring Intervention.
When it comes to cancer, early detection is essential. Adagio Health’s breast and cervical cancer screening services include clinical breast exams, breast self-awareness education, mammograms, Pap tests, HPV tests and diagnostic follow up testing as needed. Our team is trained to guide you every step of the way. Services are provided to eligible women at no cost.
The HealthyWoman program focuses on early detection of breast and cervical cancer. Adagio Health provides this critical program for 23 counties of western Pennsylvania. The HealthyWoman program is available to underinsured and uninsured women ages 21 and over. Eligibility is based on income and household size. Through HealthyWoman, eligible women can receive free breast and cervical cancer screening and diagnostic testing to include:
- Clinical Breast Exams
- Pelvic Exam and Pap Test
- Screening Mammograms
- Breast and Cervical Diagnostic Testing as Needed
Pennsylvania Department of Health’s HealthyWoman Program is administered by the Alliance of PA Councils, of which Adagio Health is the lead agency.
For more information on the HealthyWoman Program call 1-800-215-7494 or 412-253-8137.
The WISEWOMAN (Well-Integrated Screening and Evaluation for WOMen Across the Nation) Program is available to women between the ages of 40-64 years old and are currently receiving breast and cervical cancer screening services through the HealthyWoman program.
The WISEWOMAN Program aims to prevent cardiovascular disease, which is the leading cause of death for women, by offering chronic disease risk factor screening and access to free lifestyle programs. The free screening for eligible women includes: blood pressure, cholesterol, blood sugar, height and weight, and health history.
For more information on the WISEWOMAN Program call 1-800-215-7494.
Breast and Cervical Cancer Prevention and Treatment Program (BCCPT)
BCCPT is available to any uninsured woman diagnosed with breast cancer, cervical cancer, or a breast or cervical pre-cancerous condition. The woman must be a PA resident, US Citizen, and under the age of 65. There are no income guideline limitations. This program offers full coverage for treatment as well as other medical needs.
The BCCPT is administered by Adagio Health and through the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
For more information or an application for a patient, please call 1-800-215-7497 or 412-253-8168.
Mammogram Voucher Program
A proud partner of Susan G. Komen Pittsburgh, Adagio Health manages the Komen-funded Mammogram Voucher Program (MVP). This funding provides mammograms and breast diagnostic services for uninsured and underinsured women and men in 34 counties of western PA. Komen’s MVP has no income, gender, or age restrictions and provides resources for:
- Screening mammograms
- Diagnostic services for those identified with breast abnormalities
- Follow-up and referral services
- Educational forums about breast health throughout the 34 county region of Western Pennsylvania.
For more information, contact Adagio Health at 1-800-687-0505 or 412-253-8115.