Roberta, a Spanish-speaking, 45-year-old mother of four, thought that mammograms were expensive and much too difficult to schedule around her busy life and job as a fruit packer. That all changed when her medical provider shared that she could get a mammogram at no out-of-pocket cost to her, through a program supported by WellSpan Gettysburg Hospital and the Adams County Breast Cancer Coalition. Roberta was able to schedule and get her very first mammogram late one summer afternoon when WellSpan's mobile mammography motor coach stopped by a nearby apple-growing co-op. The results were clear.
"It was perfect because I can’t go to an appointment in the morning. It was a good experience."
- Roberta Guerrero, via interpreter