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  • What cervical screening is

    Cervical screening checks the health of your cervix by first looking for a HPV infection. It's not a test for cancer, it's a test to help prevent cancer developing.

  • How to book a cervical screening test

    Book your cervical screening test with a GP or clinic registered with CervicalCheck. Find out what to do when you get a cervical screening invitation letter

  • What happens at a cervical screening test appointment

    A cervical screening test (formerly smear test) is a simple procedure. Learn more about how cervical screening is done and what happens at your appointment

  • Contact CervicalCheck

    You can contact CervicalCheck on freephone: 1800 45 45 55 if you have any questions about cervical screening or if you want to opt-out of our programme

  • Check the CervicalCheck register

    Check the CervicalCheck register to see if your contact details and address are correct. If you're on our register, we can communicate with you.

  • Update your contact details

    CervicalCheck use your contact details to tell you when your screening test results are available and when your next test is due. Learn how to update your contact details

  • Where you can have a cervical screening test

    You can have your free cervical screening test with any of the 4,500 GP or nurses registered with us. Find a registered GP or clinic.

  • When is my next cervical screening test due?

    Find out when your next cervical screening test is due. Enter your PPS number and date of birth to check when you should book your next cervical screening test.