Banner Casa Grande receives generous donation to benefit uninsured and underinsured women

Uninsured and underinsured women in Casa Grande and surrounding areas, will benefit from a generous donation made by Fry’s Food Stores through the Sharing Courage Campaign. The Casa Grande Community Hospital Foundation was recently awarded this gift of $4,185, which is aimed to help support the mammogram screening program at Banner Casa Grande Medical Center.

The Banner Casa Grande Outpatient Imaging Center provides comprehensive services in a compassionate environment that coordinates, educates and manages all breast related healthcare issues a woman might face. The center has a multi-disciplinary approach in the diagnosis of breast cancer and provides treatment referrals for women facing breast cancer. Some of the services we offer include:

  • 3-D breast tomosynthesis – state-of-the-art imaging technology that greatly improves physician diagnostic accuracy, as well as patient convenience and comfort
  • MRI – creates detailed images of the body
  • PET CT – helps track the spread of cancer throughout the body

“We are incredibly grateful for the continued support from Fry’s Food Stores for our free mammogram program,” said Cheryl Dodd, director of medical imaging and Banner Casa Grande Outpatient Imaging Center. “Fry’s has provided a donation to us since 2010, and we are fortunate to have such wonderful partnerships with businesses in our community.”  

For more information about the mammogram screening program at Banner Casa Grande Medical Center, please call (520) 381-6744.

Banner Casa Grande Medical Center is a full-service, community hospital providing comprehensive quality care to the Casa Grande Valley as well as the surrounding communities of western Pinal County. The hospital offers a variety of medical specialties including: cardiology, gastroenterology, gynecology, neurology, oncology, pediatrics, psychiatry and urology. Banner Casa Grande is part of Banner Health, a nonprofit healthcare system with 28 acute-care hospitals in six states. For more information, visit