Early detection can save your life, and that’s why Piedmont Medical Center we believe screenings are so important.

Lung Cancer CT Screenings

Lung cancer is often discovered in its late stages, after symptoms develop, making it one of the deadliest cancers.  Early detection and treatment can make all the difference.

At Piedmont, we offer lung cancer CT screenings to those considered high risk for developing the disease.  Risk factors for people over the age of 50 include:

  • Current or former heavy tobacco user
  • Second-hand smoke exposure
  • Contact with asbestos, radon or other cancer-causing agents
  • Family history of lung cancer, lung diseases or other cancers

Source: National Comprehensive Cancer Network® –

Call (803) 323-2935 for details or ask your doctor if this screening is right for you.

Screening Mammography

We offer screening mammograms at three of our imaging locations.   No physician order is required for screening mammograms.  To schedule an appointment, call 803-329-6878.

Women’s Diagnostic Center
218 S. Herlong Ave.
Rock Hill, SC 29732
(803) 329-6820

The Imaging Center at Baxter Village
509 Sixth Baxter Crossing
Fort Mill, SC 2970
(803) 802-4949

Fort Mill Mammography
1674 W. Highway 160
Fort Mill, SC 29708
(803) 802-2554

Taking time to focus on yourself and your health often seems impossible, so we have planned extended hours for our imaging facilities to better serve you.  If you have a busy schedule, you can take advantage of extended appointment hours on these dates:

Thursday, May 21: 8am-8pm
Thursday, July 16: 8am-8pm
Saturday, August 15: 8am-12pm
Thursday, September 17: 8am-8pm
Saturday, October 17: 8am-12pm
Thursday, November 19: 8am-8pm

Piedmont Medical Center was the first hospital in the region offer 3D mammography.  Digital 3D mammography, also known as breast tomosynthesis, provides physicians with a clearer image of deep breast tissue and decreases the need for further examinations.  This advanced technology can help distinguish superimposed tissue from real abnormalities, leading to fewer callbacks and less anxiety for women.  Tomosynthesis may also find abnormalities at earlier stages, when breast cancer is most treatable. Physician order is required for 3D mammography.