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Breast Imaging
Henrietta Red Creek (Calkins Corporate Park)

Part of Highland Hospital


500 Red Creek Drive
Suite 130
Rochester, NY 14623

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Monday, Tuesday, Thursday 7 a.m.−4:30 p.m.

Wednesday, Friday 8 a.m.−4:30 p.m.

Closed daily for lunch, 12–1 p.m. Free parking is available.


UR Medicine Breast Imaging provides the things women want most in a breast imaging center. A complete focus on breast health. Some of the nation's top breast-care experts. The most advanced imaging technology in a calm, comfortable setting.


Our Calkins Corporate Park (Red Creek) location is full-service, offering:

  • 3D mammography/tomosynthesis
  • Breast ultrasounds
  • Cone beam CT
  • Cyst aspiration
  • DEXA bone scan
  • Diagnostic mammograms
  • Ductograms
  • Screening mammograms
  • Stereotactic biopsies
  • Ultrasound guided biopsies

Appointment Information

Routine Screening Mammograms

No referrals are necessary for screening mammograms. If you have been referred by your doctor, please bring your referral slip to your appointment.

Saturday screening appointments may be available at some locations. Results will be mailed to you.

Please call (585) 487-3300 for all other types of appointments, as they require a referral from your doctor.

UR Medicine‚Äôs new Mobile Mammography Van offers convenient access to the same cutting-edge technology and unparalleled care you can expect from UR Medicine Breast Imaging. The best part? Making an appointment is easy.  Find out when the Mammo Van is coming to you!

Insurance and Billing

We accept all health insurance carriers. If you don't have insurance and are unable to privately pay for the cost of service, please contact the Cancer Services Program, a coalition of health care providers in Monroe, Ontario, Seneca, Yates, and Livingston Counties who focus on increasing access to breast and cervical cancer screenings.

If You Are Medicare Eligible

Medicare covers screening mammograms once a year. Medicare pays 80% of the approved amount for a screening mammogram, and the patient is responsible to pay for the remaining amount.


Most insurance covers mammography. Any co-payment due under your health plan will be billed to you. If you have questions about your coverage, please contact your insurance company directly.