Screening Program For Cervical Cancer
COVID-19 Update - The Screening Program for Cervical Cancer is resuming invitation lettersin a phased approach at this time. If you recently had a Pap test, you will receive your results in the mail. Please speak with your healthcare provider if you have any concerns.
Did you know that HPV causes most cervical cancers? Anyone who is sexually active can get HPV and may not even be aware of it. HPV infections can be transmitted even when an infected person has no symptoms. Learn more through the links below.
The Screening Program for Cervical Cancer:
- Provides education about cervical cancer and the benefits of screening
- Informs women aged 21-69 when they are due for a Pap test
- Notifies women of their Pap test results
- Works with healthcare provider to ensure appropriate follow-up of abnormal Pap test results