OODH Mammography Accessibility Project Directory

Welcome to the online Oregon Mammography Directory

The purpose of the directory is to better inform Oregon women with disabilities of the accessibility/usability features of their area mammography facilities. The information will assist women with disabilities to better select facilities based on their abilities and/or prepare for their upcoming mammography exam. 

The facilities featured in this Directory agreed to participate in a free, voluntary, on-site accessibility assessment conducted by Oregon Office on Disability and Health (OODH) staff. To date, OODH has assessed approximately 50% of the 109 mammography facilities in the state.

OODH Mammography Evaluation Regions:

Right to Know MAP Map Southeast Southeast Northeast Southeast Metro Central Northwest Southwest Central Southeast Metro Northeast Northwest Southwest
  • Southwest Region: Coos, Curry, Douglas, Jackson, Josephine, Klamath, and Lane Counties
  • Northwest Region: Clatsop, Columbia, Tillamook, Yamhill, Polk, Benton, Lincoln, Marion, Linn, Jefferson, Wasco and Hood River Counties
  • Northeast Region: Sherman, Gilliam, Morrow, Umatilla, Union, Wallowa and Baker Counties
  • Metro Area: Clackamas, Multnomah, and Washington Counties
  • Central: Deschutes, Crook, Wheeler and Grant Counties
  • Southeast: Lake, Harney and Malheur Counties

When you click on a region, there will be a list of only the mammography facilities OODH has currently surveyed in that region. If you do not see a facility listed that you would like to know about, please contact  at 503-494-1205. She can tell you the status of that particular facility and answer your questions.

  • Click on the region of the state you live in
  • See list of mammography facility located in that region.
  • Next to the facility name is the city it is located in and the year the facility had a site assessment
  • Select a facility
  • First section is information on facility address, hours of operations and additional general information about that facility.

See Accessibility Evaluation section for full information on the accessibility of the listed facilities. This information is gathered at the site assessment and divided up into 4 areas;

  • Accessible parking and Entrance
  • Accessible interior
  • Accessible restroom
  • Accessible mammography dressing room and machine area

YES or NO: this means at the time of the site assessment the facility was not accessible. Please refer to the M-OHCUP Quick Reference Guide that describes the Accessibility Evaluation area in more detail.

This information was gathered using the 2008-2011 Mammography-Outpatient Health Clinic Usability Profile vZ3 (M-OHCUP). If you would like to review all the features that were assessed please review the M-OHCUP. The M-OHCUP specifications are based on the Federal Americans with Disabilities Act Accessibility Guidelines (ADAAG) and 2008 Massachusetts Facility Assessment Tool (M-FAT).

Some features at the facilities may have changed and may not be reflected in this Directory. Please contact the facility for up-to-date information. When scheduling an appointment for a mammogram, notify the scheduler if you require any modifications or accommodations (e.g., American Sign Language interpreter, someone to help you transfer, etc.).

The Mammography Accessibility Project (MAP) is a collaborative effort of the Oregon Office on Disability and Health (OODH) and the Oregon Health Authority's Public Health Division (OHA). Our special thanks go to our many partners, including all the members of the Oregon Partnership for Cancer Controls, Breast Health Task Force, and all of the participating mammography facilities' staff members whose willingness to participate in MAP made this Directory possible.

Additional Resources: see PDF versions of links below:

  1. It's Your Life
  2. Tips for Women with Disabilities: Getting Your Mammogram
  3. Key to Disability Access Terms
  4. M-OHCUP vZ3
  5. This work was supported by Grant #5U59DD0000266-05 from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The contents are solely the responsibility of the authors and do not necessarily represent the official views of the CDC.