Cervical cancer screening
Cervical cancer is the second most common form of cancer among European women after breast cancer. In Estonia, 160-170 cases of cervical cancer are diagnosed each year.
For early detection and prevention of cervical cancer and pre-cancerous conditions, a cytological study known as the Pap test is performed during screening.
The Estonian Health Insurance Fund invites 30-55-year-old women with health insurance for cervical cancer screening in five-year intervals. You do not need an invitation to undergo screening. In 2020, women with health insurance born in the years 1965, 1970, 1975, 1980, 1985, 1990 are invited for cervical cancer screening.
- Screening patients can register for the test by calling 666 1900 or using the digital registration portal iPatsient.
- You can undergo a Pap test at the Women's Clinic of the Ravi street unit and the Women's Outpatient Clinic of the Tõnismäe unit. Screening is free of charge provided that you have health insurance under the Health Insurance Fund.