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Breast and Cervical Cancer Screenings

Florida Department of Health in Sumter County

Early detection is the key to successful diagnosis and treatment of breast and cervical cancers.

Sumter County Health Department participates in the Florida Breast & Cervical Cancer Early Detection Program (FBCCEDP).   This program provides screenings, clinical breast exams, pap tests and mammogram referrals at no charge to women meeting the following eligibility requirements:

  • Be a Florida resident.
  • Be 50–64 years of age OR
  • Be 40–49 years of age with a family history of breast cancer (in a first-degree relative: parent, brother, sister or child) or symptomatic women who are underage may be eligible if no other resources are available in their area.
  • Have no health insurance to cover the cost of clinical breast exams, mammograms, or Pap smears.
  • Have a household income less than or equal to 200 percent of the poverty level. 


Sumter County Health Department also provides cervical screenings and clinical breast exams for a minimal fee to women who do not qualify for FBCCEDP.

Additional Breast and Cervical Cancer Resources

For questions or to schedule an appointment please call one of our clinics below:

Bushnell Main Clinic
415 East Noble Avenue, Bushnell, FL  33513
PH: 352-569-3102

Wildwood Satellite Clinic
104 Rutland Street, Wildwood, FL  34785
PH: 352-689-6520