Breast cancer screening is important for all patients with breast tissue, regardless of their race, ethnicity, or gender identity. However, there are significant disparities in breast cancer screening in the United States which lead to delays in discovery, delays in treatment, and ultimately higher rates of death. For instance, while Black and white women develop breast cancer at the same rate, in Chicago Black women are 42% more likely to die from breast cancer than white women. We know screening saves lives, however with busy schedules and inconvenient imaging centers, getting annual screening can be difficult. At MGH we offer extended hours (until 9:00 pm at some locations) and Saturday mammograms at our conveniently located Mammograms are available in Boston, Waltham, Revere and Danvers outpatient facilities. Additionally, we also offer same day breast cancer screening options for patients after their primary care doctor’s appointment.