When it comes to mammograms, Andrea Coulter knows her stuff.
"Most of what we do is up here," she says, pointing to a machine.
She's a mammography technologist, a long word, she says, for running through mammograms.
"We'll check and make sure the image is fine, then we'll go, we'll do another position," says Coulter.
She says once you hit 40 you should get a mammogram every year.
Breast Care Center Manager Sheila Henderson says they're making sure everyone can reach that goal no matter your income.
"We have grant money that provides uninsured and underinsured women with mammograms," says Henderson.
She says the Medical Center gets $30 thousand every year from the Susan G. Komen money, that donation, she says, gets more than 200 women their mammograms.
"If the need is there, and the financial situation is correct, then they're going to have coverage for it. They won't pay anything," says Henderson.
For Coulter, that means a busy schedule for a good cause.
Susan G. Komen gives money to six other Central Georgia facilities for help with things like annual mammograms.
1. First Choice Primary Care
2. Houston Healthcare: "Regional Outreach Project for Breast Health"
3. Oconee regional Medical Center, Inc.
4. Medical Center of Central Georgia
5. Unlimited Potential Community Development Center
6. Houston Healthcare: "Girls Night Out for Good Health"