Where to get tested

Information for participants about healthcare providers that can do the Cervical Screening Test.

Page last updated: 16 December 2017 (this page is generated automatically and reflects updates to other content within the website)

Where can I get a Cervical Screening Test?

You can get a Cervical Screening Test at:

  • A doctor’s clinic
  • A community health centre
  • A women’s health centre
  • A family planning clinic
  • A sexual health clinic
  • An Aboriginal Medical Service

Who can do a Cervical Screening Test?

Healthcare providers who can do a Cervical Screening Test include:

  • General practitioners (GPs)
  • Nurses trained in cervical screening
  • Doctors
  • Specialists such as gynaecologists
  • Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Practitioners

Remember, you can always ask for a female healthcare provider to do your test.

How much will the test cost me?

There is a Medicare rebate for the Cervical Screening Test.

Ask your healthcare provider if they can bulk bill for your appointment or if there are any additional costs.

There may be a fee for your appointment depending on your healthcare provider.

Make an appointment

Find a health service near you by searching the Health Direct website.

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