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Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Lee Health is starting to reschedule appointments, surgeries, and procedures that were delayed during the pandemic. You can be confident that we will provide the most exceptional care in the safest environment. Learn More

Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Countless families and friends have been affected by a breast cancer diagnosis. The fear these women and men face of the unknown is only heightened when combined with costs of treatment, travel, and navigating their new world. That’s why at Lee Health we’ve turned October into HOPETOBER, a month dedicated to giving hope to breast cancer patients.

  • Breast Cancer Awareness

    At Lee Health, we are caring people, fighting against Breast Cancer. We are here to support you, we are #LeeHealthStrong

Lee Health Strong

Breast Cancer: Stories of Survival, Courage, and Inspiration

At Lee Health, we have exceptional employees who are also incredibly strong breast cancer survivors, and we want to take this opportunity to celebrate each one of them and their inspiring stories for Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

Exceptional care, located across Southwest Florida

Schedule a Mammogram Today

All Lee Health hospitals have implemented extensive safeguards to ensure you will receive the safest care possible. We want to encourage you not to delay medical care. We know you may have concerns about visiting a healthcare facility, but we urge you not to forgo a trip to your doctor because of COVID-19 fears. Please take care of your health and well-being including annual mammogram screenings.

Breast Health Programs serving Southwest Florida

Mammogram screenings can be scheduled directly through MyChart. Early detection is critical.
  • Breast Health

    It’s important to find breast cancer early, and that’s why the our Breast Health Centers use advanced technology for the most accurate diagnosis possible. At Lee Health we have imaging, screening, and advanced diagnostics for early detection and peace of mind.

Coronavirus COVID-19

Coronavirus (COVID-19)

What you need to know

Lee Health experts have precautions in place if a patient with COVID-19 comes into one of our health care settings. Our team holds exercise drills throughout the year for cases such as this. To stay up to date with the latest news and updates from the experts go to our Public Health Awareness portal at leehealth.org/public-health or click the button below.

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