Where can I have a Pap smear?
Most general practices offer Pap smears. There are also a number of health providers that specialise in women’s health and sexual health.
You can search for your local service by using our find a health service feature on this page.
Table 1: Metropolitan women's health centres
Table 2: Regional community or women’s health centres
Sexual and Reproductive Health Western Australia
This service offers clinical, counselling, education, library and youth services for women and men of all ages.
Ishar Multicultural Women’s Health Centre
This service supports the health and wellbeing of women of all ages and from all cultural backgrounds.
- medical services
- information and support services for women of all cultures
- counselling and support services on general health, family planning, pre-natal care, post-natal care, domestic violence, sexual abuse and mental health
- support for migrant and non-English speakers.
Phone: 9345 5335
Kevin Smith Community Offices
21 Sudbury Road
(Mirrabooka Library Building)
Mirrabooka WA 6061
Aboriginal medical services
There are a range of Aboriginal medical services across the state – find your local service (external site).
WA Cervical Cancer Prevention Program (WACCPP)
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