Get Checked for Cervical Cancer

How to screen for cervical cancer?

A Pap test is a simple screening test that can detect cell changes in the cervix that may lead to cancer before women feel any symptoms. Starts at age 21.

HPV vaccination is a key way to reduce your risk of cervical cancer.

Want to request a pap test?

Please write in comments that you want a pap and what days of the week & times (morning or afternoons) are best in the text box for office staff to book.

Our office will review for eligibility & will contact you by phone to arrange the appointment date and time.

 

Click here to request a pap

Think you are overdue or unsure if you need a pap?

Do I need a Pap test if…

OHIP eligible groups for free HPV vaccine:

  • All those in grade 7

  • Men who have sex with men (self-identify as gay, bisexual, and trans)

  • All those under the age of 27

Private insurance often covers the vaccine cost. HPV vaccine series costs $300-500 out of pocket. There are 2 vaccines available Gardasil 9 & Cervarix.

Check out Cancer Care Ontario & Canadian Cancer Society website for more information on cervical cancer.

  Check out HPVinfo and consider getting your HPV vaccine.

 

Check out Cancer Care Ontario's website for more general cancer screening information.