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BreastScreen WA resumes full service

BreastScreen WA resumes full service

BreastScreen WA (BSWA) – the State’s breast screening program – has resumed full service including access to online booking.

All of BreastScreen WA permanent clinics located at:

  • Bunbury
  • Cannington
  • Cockburn
  • Mandurah
  • Midland
  • Mirrabooka
  • Perth City (Murray Street and David Jones Rose Clinic)
  • Wanneroo
  • Padbury
  • Rockingham

are now open.

One of our mobile screening units is based in Armadale at Haynes Shopping Centre, Cnr Eighth Ave & Armadale Rd and is also open now through to 29 May. 

BreastScreen WA’s other mobile screening units are scheduled to resume country screening in June 2020. Confirmed dates and locations for towns will be updated on the website within the ‘Find your town’ listing on the rural and remote page.

First stops include ...

Geraldton 03/06/2020 – 07/10/2020 Regional Hospital, car park off Milford St. (beside loading bay)

Esperance 03/06/2020 – 06/07/2020 Car park off James St, next to RSL Memorial Park

Waroona 02/06/2020 – 19/06/2020 Waroona Community Resource Centre, 10 Henning Street

Carnarvon 03/06/2020 – 26/06/2020 New Site: Carnarvon Civic Centre carpark, 1 Camel Lane

Women 40 years and over, with no breast symptoms, may book their free screening mammogram online or phone 13 20 50 to book their appointment.

BreastScreen WA is delighted to resume services and thank all our clients and community stakeholders for your patience and understanding during this time.

For more information on breast cancer symptoms and for more information on Coronavirus (COVID-19) please visit Healthy WA.

Last Updated: 07/05/2020