Discounted Medical Services in Spokane

Below is a listing of primary care services, procedures, and providers who offer excellent service and affordable cash-pay pricing in the Spokane and surrounding areas. This list does not guarantee service and prices may vary.

Click on specialty, services, or procedures below for additional information


Screening Guidelines Based on Organization:

  • American Cancer Society (ACA)
    • If normal risk, annually beginning at age 45
    • Every 2 years beginning at the age of 55
    • NOT RECOMMENDED: Clinical breast exam for breast cancer screening at any age

  • American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists
    • Mammograms every 1-2 years beginning at age 40
    • Continue mammography until age 75
    • Clinical breast examination every 1-3 years in women ages 29-39
    • Clinical breast examination annually beginning at age 40

  • United States Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF)
    • Mammography every 2 years beginning at age 50 until age 74

Healthcare Bluebook lists local fair pricing for a mammogram between $200 – $273. Paying more likely means you are overpaying.

Generally screening (versus diagnostic) mammography is covered in full by insurance so long as it meets screening recommendations. For those who are cash pay or who do not have health insurance, these are potential costs.

Direct Primary Care mammogram

Inland Imaging

2D Mammography - $227.50
3D Mammography - $390

MultiCare Rockwood

3D Mammography - $231.20
*Rockwood also has a financial assistance program that can help cover the costs of a mammogram.

Breast, Cervical & Colon Health Program

Contact Elisa Collins with the Spokane Regional Health District (, 509-323-2851) to see if you qualify for low to no cost mammograms based on one's household income.

Local Immunization Costs