Sand Lake Imaging Blog

Every Month is Women’s Health Month

Women should celebrate themselves every month by staying active, getting screenings, and scheduling regular check-ups. After all, the best way to celebrate yourself is to take care of yourself. We have a team dedicated to women’s health who is prepared to help you on your wellness journey.
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National Women Physicians Day

February 3rd, 2019  marked the fourth annual National Women Physicians Day. This holiday commemorates female-physician accomplishments which began with Dr. Elizabeth Blackwell, the first woman to graduate with an MD in America. As the population of women in medical school continues to rise, it is important to take time to recognize the influential female physicians in our lives. 
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Save a Life this January!

Why Donate? Every two seconds someone needs blood in the United States. Often, these people are accident victims, organ recipients, or cancer patients. Only 10% of eligible people annually give blood. You can help meet the high demand by donating every three to four months.
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Better, Earlier Breast Cancer Detection for Patients

Sand Lake Imaging (SLI), a leader in providing the highest quality Diagnostic Radiology in Central Florida, is proud to announce the use of the Hologic® 3D Mammography™ System. This technology allows Sand Lake Imaging to offer 3D Mammograms with half the radiation of the standard 2D/3D mammogram combination with half the compression time.
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Sand Lake Imaging on 1059 Sunny FM

Breast Cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer in women. Many will not get an annual screening because they either can’t afford it or they are anxious about the diagnosis. Listen now to Sand Lake Imaging's and Shepherd's Hope's radio feature.
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This Pink October, Be the Difference

Sand Lake Imaging is dedicated to the awareness, prevention, and treatment of Breast Cancer which is why we are kicking off this Pink October by partnering with Shepherd’s Hope, a nonprofit dedicated to providing access to health care for the uninsured.
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