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The Florida Department of Health works to protect, promote & improve the health of all people in Florida through integrated state, county & community efforts.

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Florida Breast and Cervical Cancer Early Detection Program (FBCCEDP)

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FBCCEDP  authorizes payments for mammograms and pap smears for eligible women residing in Florida. 

FBCCEDP  wants to assist you in obtaining a mammogram and/or pap smear.

To learn more, call your County Health Department office.

Important Telephone Numbers  


  • Escambia County:     850.595.6500 ext. 1202
  • Okaloosa County:      850.833.9240 

  • Santa Rosa County:  850.983.5200 option 3
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Eligible persons must                                                     

  • be female
  • be 50 years or older         
  • be a Florida resident
  • meet income guidelines
  • not have insurance 

Exceptions:  40 years and older with first degree family history of breast cancer  or  40 years and under with breast symptoms: lump, pain, discharge.

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Questions about the program? 

Call your FBCCEDP Regional Coordinator at 

850-595-6500 ext. 1202