Breast Cancer Awareness Month

The hands raised in the photo above is in response to: raise your hand if you know someone who has been impacted by breast cancer. With 1 in 8 women in the United States to develop breast cancer in her lifetime, it is crucial that we do not delay screenings and the care we need. AJH is proud to collaborate with our community to connect, support, and honor those impacted by cancer—and to raise awareness and encourage prevention.

To make a gift to support those impacted by cancer—or honor a loved one—donate here.

Pink Up the Port Photo Contest

This Breast Cancer Awareness Month, help raise awareness and promote prevention in the 8th Annual Pink Up the Port Photo Contest.

Learn more about the contest here.

2022 Pink Up the Port Winner: Interlocks Salon & Spa

Diagnostic and Screening Mammograms

COVID-19 has resulted in many people putting off getting their routine mammograms. It’s more important than ever to schedule your annual mammogram and encourage other to get screened—because cancer doesn’t wait. With many infection control and safety measures in place, we are ready to provide the care and screening you need.

All women are at risk for developing breast cancer, and this risk increases with age. Like many types of cancer, the earlier breast cancer is detected, the better the outcome. Schedule your mammogram at one of our three locations:

  • Newburyport: 25 Highland Avenue
  • Amesbury: 24 Morrill Place
  • Haverhill: PMA Medical Office Building, One Park Way

Schedule your mammogram today: 978-834-8210

Please note: Due to infection control restrictions, walk-in appointments are not available at this time.

Celebrating Survivors: Teaming Up for Lisa

AJH has a tradition of hosting a community outreach event in October to celebrate Breast Cancer Awareness. The Breast Cancer Awareness event, 'Celebrating Survivors: Teaming Up for Lisa,' was held on October 14. The event featured one of our cancer patients and her AJH clinical team, where they explored and educated the audience about her cancer journey. The event also included our community partners; these extraordinary local organizations offer resources, services, and support, making a real difference in the lives of our cancer patients in active treatment, recovery, and survivorship and their families.

The event program includes information about our clinical team, community partner cancer support organizations, prevention and screening information, and more. Download the event program.

Meet Our Community Partners

  • North of Boston Cancer Resource
  • YWCA Encore + Program
  • Karen Wellington Foundation
  • Runway for Recovery Grant Program
  • Tough Warrior Princesses
  • Grateful Friends
  • Pink Revolution Breast Care Alliance of NH
Presented in partnership by:
  • Anna Jaques Hospital
  • Firehouse Center for the Arts
  • Institution for Savings

Listen to Stories

Seanna’s StoryKnowing her family history, Seanna started conversations with her doctors early and had her first mammogram when she was in her mid-30’s. A small change was noticed when Seanna was 47 - breast cancer which was detected through a routine mammogram.

Carol’s StoryLiving proof that people can survive long after their cancer journey, Carol, now 84 and a woman of deep faith and conviction, has 20 years of survivorship after she noticed a lump under her armpit. 

Joanna's StoryLike so many others, the YWCA Encore program helped form friendships and supportive bonds that helped Joanna build her physical and emotional strength while connecting to a broader network of survivors.

Stay Connected

Our community is blessed to have many local resources to find complementary therapies, support and community. AJH proudly partnered with many of these organizations in October to provide activities - but these wonderful resources are available year-round: