December 5, 2022

Dawson County Journal

Dawson County, Nebraska

Cozad Community Health System Hosts Think Pink Event Sept. 29 at Rustic & Red

Cozad, NE, September 7, 2022 – Cozad Community Health System is proud to announce its first annual Think Pink event, Thursday, September 29 th , 2022, at Rustic & Red in downtown Cozad. The intent of the Think Pink event is to bring awareness and education to the women of Cozad and surrounding communities, of the importance of breast health. A brief informational video from a radiologist at Advanced Medical Imaging, explaining the newest guidelines from the American College of Radiology for mammography will be available for viewing. Cozad Community Health System providers and mammography technologists will also be there to answer questions and discuss available tests and screenings.

With National Breast Cancer Awareness Month in October, CCHS hopes the Think Pink event will remind all women now is the time to schedule your annual mammogram. CCHS Radiology Department is proficient in 3-D mammography, breast ultrasounds and ultrasound- guided biopsies.

“The CCHS Radiology department is excited to partner with Rustic & Red to bring a fun event to our patients and community.” said Mindy Gydesen, BS, RT(M)(CT), CCHS Director of Radiology. “This will help raise awareness about breast cancer and the screening tools we have available right here in Cozad.”

“A breast cancer diagnosis is a frightening one, and the team at CCHS wants to arm ladies with information about breast health.” Theresa Bubak, CCHS Marketing Coordinator stated, “Knowledge is power. Through education, information, and medical intervention, we can give ladies the power they need to take control of their health.”

Cozad Community Health System is proud to provide excellent medical care for the people of Cozad and surrounding area. We are committed to our patients and community and continue to take the necessary efforts to move ourselves to the next level so we may continue to be your provider of choice, providing for you.


Source: Nebraska Regional News