Self search & register online

BreastCheck encourages women to check that their details are included and correct on the screening register.

BreastCheck screens women on an area by area basis every two years. By 2021, the intention is that all women aged 50-69 will be routinely invited for free mammograms as part of the programme. This will be done on a phased basis and will be achieved by inviting women who were aged between 50 and 64, on the 1st January 2016, for mammograms until they reach the age of 69. We appreciate that there will be women aged over 64 who will be disappointed not to be called/re-called for a mammogram. However, following extensive review, the model chosen for extension is agreed to be the safest and most effective.

BreastCheck has a register (list) of women eligible for screening from information supplied by the Department of Social Protection, General Medical Services and private health insurance providers. BreastCheck is allowed to source this information under The Health (Provision of Information Act) 1997.

However, some women may not be on any of these lists. You can check if you are on the BreastCheck register by entering some details here. For your protection, only your name, address and age are stored in our online database, you cannot check any other details here. Please note that this online database is updated at the beginning of each month, so any information that you have sent us in the last month may not yet appear here.

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