Where Can I Get a Pap Test?

Clinics in the province listed below are offering pap tests. Or you can view using the google map.

 If you are a health-care provider and would be willing to add your name and clinic location to this list, please call the SPCC at 1-800-667-0017 or email ED.Coordinator@saskcancer.ca


 Clinic Name and Address                                                                                                                                                                   
Phone Number                                      
Emerald ParkVaida Health
7A Great Plains Rd 
EstevanSt. Joseph's Hospital Foundation Medical Clinic 600-1176 Nicholson Rd  306-637-2770 
LloydminsterLloydminster Women's Clinic
1812 50 Ave Unit 7
 780-875-8755 https://www.lloydwomensclinic.com 
Martensville Martensville Collective Health and Wellness 
531 Centennial Dr N 
Martensville SK S0K 2T0
Meadow Lake Meadow Lake Sexual Health Services
Meadow Lake Associate Clinic
218 Centre St    
Moose Jaw Circle Medical Centre
2B 1251 Main St N
North Battleford Twin City Medical Clinic
1102-103rd St
Prince AlbertPrince Albert Sexual Health Clinic
Access Place, 101-15th Street E
 306-765-6540 Northern Saskatchewan Health Services (pagc.sk.ca)
ReginaYQR Women's Clinic
1711 Badham Blvd
ReginaPlanned Parenthood
2024A Albert St
 306-522-0902 http://www.plannedparenthoodregina.com
ReginaVaida Health
1721 Badham Blvd
SaskatoonCornerstone Medical Clinic
#100-415 Wellman Cres
 306-975-1262 http://cornerstonemedical.ca
SaskatoonSaskatoon Sexual Health
213 Avenue C South
 306-244-7989 https://saskatoonsexualhealth.ca 
SaskatoonStudent Wellness Initiative Toward Community Health
1528 20th Street W
 306-956-2518 https://switchclinic.com 
Swift CurrentNorth Side Medical Clinic
#101-1921 Saskatchewan Dr
YorktonSunrise Health and Wellness Centre
#25-259 Hamilton Rd
WarmanLegends Medical Clinic 
#14-810 Centennial Blvd
Warman, SK S0K 4S1

I don’t have a family doctor or health-care provider. Where can I get a Pap test?

If you do not have a primary care provider, such as a family doctor or nurse practitioner, please call the screening program or make an appointment at one of the clinics that offer Pap tests.

What if I don’t want to have a Pap test with my male health-care provider?

If you would like to have a Pap test with a female health-care provider, you can call the screening program or contact one of the clinics that offer Pap tests to ask if there are female health-care providers providing Pap testing.

Cervical Self-Screening Study Seeking Saskatchewan Participants!

The Cancer Agency's Dr. Jennifer Brown Broderick, Gynecologic Oncologist and Researcher, continues to lead a research study that focuses on HPV self-sampling—a cervical cancer screening test that can be done in the comfort of your own home. The purpose of the study is to examine the potential of using self-administered swabs to increase cervical cancer screening rates in Saskatchewan. 

CLICK HERE or visit Dr. Brown Broderick’s study page to have a self-sample kit mailed to your home.
Cervical Self-screening Poster
Full size poster available below in the Resources section.

Currently, Pap tests are the only method used to screen for cervical cancer in Saskatchewan. The Cancer Agency's Screening Program for Cervical Cancer (SPCC) recommends that women and those with a cervix should have a Pap test completed every three years. For Pap tests, you need to visit a health-care facility, which isn’t always convenient for those who live in rural or remote parts of the province. Having an HPV self-sample test delivered directly to your front door will make it much quicker, easier and more convenient to screen for cervical cancer. 

Cervical cancer is a disease that is almost entirely preventable with screening and the HPV vaccination. Less than half of all eligible Saskatchewan women go for regular Pap tests. In the North and for underserved populations, such as newcomers, First Nations and Métis women, screening rates are estimated as low as 19 per cent. This pilot project is working to improve access to screening across the province and, ultimately, save lives. 

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