CCMC Comanche County Medical Center



Moncrief Cancer Institute

Moncrief Cancer Institute

Life-saving screenings for the medically uninsured and underserved in Comanche County.

Moncrief Cancer Institute is a nonprofit community-based early detection and support center in Fort Worth, Texas. It is part of UT Southwestern’s Simmons Comprehensive Cancer Center, the only National Cancer Institute-designated center in North Texas. Moncrief offers an exceptional level of academic medical expertise, which includes screening programs that help detect cancer at its earlier stages.

The Institute is a long-standing partner of Comanche County Medical Center which provides breast cancer screening and lung cancer screening services and navigation for the medically uninsured and underserved in Comanche County. These life-saving screenings are performed at Comanche County Medical Center.

Free mammograms are provided for women without insurance and those who qualify. Mammograms are for women age 40 and over who haven’t had a mammogram in a year or more. To qualify and to schedule an appointment, call 800-405-7739.

A lung cancer screening is recommended for adults who are: 55 to 74 years old, current smokers or former smokers who quit within the past 15 years, and generally in good health. Medicare and most insurance companies cover a yearly screening for those who meet the criteria; financial assistance is available for those who qualify. A physician referral is needed for the program. For more information, call 800-405-7739.

These screening programs are made possible by: Cancer Prevention and Research Institute of
Texas (CPRIT) and Texas Health and Human Services Commission (HHSC).

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