Take part in Pap Party 2017

Free clinics offers pap smear for women with no OHIP or family doctor required
September 28, 2017

Women between the ages of 21 - 70 with or without a health card or family doctor are encouraged to attend a Pap Party in their community during the week of October 16th - 20th.

October is Cervical Cancer Awareness Month and to help bring attention to the importance of cervical cancer screening, the Cancer Centre of Southeastern Ontario along with partners will be offering free pap smear clinics for women between the ages of 21 - 70, without the requirement of a health card or family doctor. 

This year, in conjunction with Queen’s University medicine students and the Federation of Medical Women of Canada’s (FMWC) annual Pap Campaign, the Pap Party will be in:

  • Deseronto
    October 16th, 5:30 pm-7:30 pm
  • Kingston
    Kingston Health Sciences Centre - Kingston General Hospital site, Burr 2 
    October 17th, 5:30 pm-7:30 pm
  • Napanee
    October 18th, 5:30 pm-7:30 pm
  • Tyendinaga
    October 19th, 5:30 pm-7:30 pm

The clinics will be overseen by Dr. Julie Francis, and staffed by medical students and Ob/Gyn residents from Queen’s University. Having an OHIP card or family doctor is not required and child minding will be available on site for each of the Pap Party clinics. 

To book an appointment at the Deseronto, Kingston or Napanee clinic contact:
Rachel Lavendar
613-544-2631 x 7802

To book an appointment at the Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory location contact:
Hannah Hill
613-967-3603 x 166


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