LuAnn Ayers, SCH Director of Medical Imaging, said the purpose "is to celebrate the breast cancer survivors we have here in the hospital and in the community."
said they're also trying to attract the attention of women who aren't getting mammograms to get one done.
noted that SCH
was the first in the area to offer digital mammography in February 2009 at the Salem site and March 2009 at the Columbiana site.
said they've performed over 15,000 digital mammograms since 2009.
Any health-related questions should go to a physician, but Ayers
said some questions can be answered in the mammography department.
From left, Salem Community Hospital employees LuAnn Ayers, Director of Medical Imaging, PACS Manager Susan McCullough, mammography technologist Bobbie Billet, hospital lab outreach clerk Renee Smith and organizational development secretary Chris Thompson promote Puttin' on the Pink, a one-mile walk planned for 12:15 p.m. Wednesday at the SCH Surgery Center entrance.