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Cervical Cancer

Cervical cancer doesn't wait. You shouldn't either. 

It can be hard to stay up to date on your preventative care appointments like cervical cancer screenings. But, screenings can find cervical cancer early when chances of treatment and survival are high. With cervical cancer screenings, more than 90 percent of women who receive an early-stage cancer diagnosis survive.[1]

Get the right screening for you!

  • Members, age 21-64, should get a pap smear at least every three years*

* If you have certain risk factors, your doctor may recommend more-frequent Pap smears. Women 30 to 65 should also be screened every 5 years for high-risk human papillomavirus (HPV). Ask your doctor what’s right for you.

Learn more about WHO should get screened (PDF)!

Getting a cervical cancer screening is easy

Buckeye Medicaid members get FREE screenings. Plus, you can earn $75 in My Health Pays rewards dollars to spend on things you need on rent, utilities, and more!

Need a ride? Call 866-531-0615 at least 48 hours before your appointment to schedule your FREE ride to and from the doctor’s office.

Cervical cancer screenings can save your life! Watch this short video to learn more. 

Have questions? We can help!