Ontario Breast Screening Program
Cambridge Medical Imaging is proud to be a registered OBSP site.
The Ontario Breast Screening Program (OBSP) is a province-wide, organized cancer screening program.
Screening mammography can find breast cancers when they are small, less likely to have spread and more likely to be treated successfully. Women ages 50 to 74 are encouraged to get screened through the Ontario Breast Screening Program (OBSP) to receive all the program benefits.
Women eligible for screening through the OBSP are sent invitations to get screened, along with information about breast cancer screening and details on how to find an OBSP site.
If you are over 50 with no previous history of breast cancer or implants surgery and have not received an invitation, you can self-refer to any location offering the OBSP program.
After their screening appointment, women with normal screening results get letters telling them their results are normal.
Women screened in the OBSP get letters reminding them when to get screened again, so be sure to keep your address up to date.
You can update your address by contacting the clinic directly.
OBSP sites send normal and abnormal screening results to a woman’s healthcare provider and follow-up on abnormal screening results.
Women should talk with their doctors about regular breast cancer screening. Studies show that regular mammograms lower the risk of dying from breast cancer in women ages 50 to 74.
- Mammography with Implants
- Breast ultrasound
- Axilla Ultrasound
- Ontario Breast Screening Program