Medical & Radiology Care

Primary Care

At Outer Cape Health Services, we recognize that primary care is the foundation of good health and well-being. Our providers focus on developing relationships with their patients and preventing disease through a whole-person approach to care. Our Primary Care team includes physicians, physician assistants and nurse practitioners who care for patients of all ages and stages in life. Their scope of practice includes:                

  • Family Medicine 
  • Adult Medicine 
  • Pediatrics 
  • Adolescent Health 
  • Women’s Health

Specialty Care

In addition to Primary Care, Outer Cape Health Services provides access to specialists to ensure comprehensive care for all patients. Specialists are available in: 

  • HIV Care
  • Infectious Disease 
  • Vision Care

The Outer Cape Health Services Radiology Department provides digital x-ray, bone density, and mammography screening at our Provincetown location. We employ highly trained radiologic technologists who do exams on state-of-the-art equipment. Patient exams are interpreted by radiologists at Cape Cod Healthcare. Results are interfaced directly into the OCHS electronic medical record which reduces turnaround time and ensures prompt care and follow-up communication to patients. Results can be sent to specialists at other medical facilities upon request.

To schedule a mammography or bone density exam at OCHS, please call our Radiology Department at (774) 538-3314. The fax number for the Provincetown Radiology Department is (774)-538-3392.

OCHS also accepts radiology orders from outside providers who have appropriate credentials. You can reach us at the same number with any questions about screening, scheduling, or how to get an order for services. Radiology services are also available at the Fontaine Outpatient Center located at 525 Long Pond Drive, Harwich, MA.


Our new 3D Mammography equipment is proven to provide earlier breast cancer detection compared to 2D technology alone.

ABCs of Breast Cancer Early Detection 

The American Cancer Society recommends these screening guidelines for most adults: 

A–Annual Mammograms: Start at age 40 and continue as long as a woman is in good health. 

B–Breast Awareness: Women should know how their breasts normally look and feel and report any breast change promptly to their health care provider. Breast self-exam (BSE) is an option for women starting in their 20s. 

C–Clinical Breast Exam: Have one every year by your doctor if you are 40 or older; every 3 years in your 20s and 30s.