On the move to save lives.

It’s never been easier to stay healthy. The Women’s Health Screenings Van is bringing breast and cervical cancer screenings to you. The screenings are quick and easy. The van now offers blood pressure, body mass index, and glucose screenings as well as information on tobacco cessation, and ways to increase physical activity and healthy eating.

Know when you need screenings:

Type
Age
Recommended Screening
How Often
Breast
Women 18 and older
Clinical Breast Exam (CBE)
Annually
Women 40 and Older 1,2
Mammogram
Annually
Cervical
Women under 21 years1,2
No Screening
Women 21 to 29
Pap Test
Every 3 years
Women 30 to 65
HPV and Pap Test “Co-testing”
OR
Pap Test only
Every 5 years

Every 3 years
Women Older than 65
No Screening following negative prior Screening
After hysterectomy
No Screening for women without a cervix unless cervix was removed due to cervical cancer
HPV Vaccinated
Follow age specific recommendations (same as unvaccinated women)

1 Talk with your health care provider about individual screening recommendations.

2 Individuals with a family history of cancer may qualify for screening at an earlier age.

Per Screening for Life guidelines dated October, 2017.


You must be 40 years or older to have a breast or cervical cancer screening on the van.

If you’re uninsured or underinsured, you may be eligible for a free or reduced-cost screening through the Delaware Division of Public Health (DPH) Screening for Life program.

Find out when the van’s going to be in your area.

To schedule an appointment, call 1-888-672-9647.


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