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CancerCare Manitoba has 3 organized cancer screening programs: BreastCheck, CervixCheck and ColonCheck.
Manitoba Health Cards are necessary to access health services, such as CancerCare Manitoba's Screening Programs. Clients should bring their Manitoba Health Card to their BreastCheck appointments.
Manitoba Health Cards should be kept up-to-date, an up-to-date address is especially important to receive correspondence from the Screening Programs.. For more information, to request a new card, or update your information, visit the Your Manitoba Health Card website.
BreastCheck is the primary provider of cancer screening mammograms in Manitoba. BreastCheck has four screening clinics which accept appointments year-round and two mobile clinics that travel to nearly 90 rural and northern communities on a rotating basis.
Use the resources below to promote the BreastCheck Clinics in your community.
This tab is updated regularly with upcoming Mobile BreastCheck Clinic information. Site information is released up to 6 weeks in advance. For more information about an upcoming or future site, contact us at 1-855-95-CHECK or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Group trips are when a community or organization coordinates a trip to send a group of women to a site to be screened for breast cancer. Group trips are the alternative method to providing access to breast cancer screening services in a method that differs from individuals accessing BreastCheck clinics. Transportation must be coordinated by the community/organization. For more information or to schedule a group trip, contact us at email@example.com
The Northern Patient Transportation Program (NPTP) subsidizes medical transportation costs for eligible Manitoba residents in the north to obtain medical or hospital care not available in their home community. Subsidies may include costs for an essential escort (ex: if required for a minor or a person with disabilities).
The Non-Insured Health Benefits Program offers coverage for travel to BreastCheck sites for registered First Nations clients.
Section 1.3 Medical transportation benefits may be provided for clients to access the following types of medically necessary health services
Clients, with the help of their health centres/nursing stations, are responsible for coordinating their travel through the Non-Insured Health Benefits Program.
Promote access to screening mammograms by sharing our video or downloading our radio spot to use on your local station.
Thank you to the CancerCare Manitoba Foundation for supporting this important initiative.
CervixCheck partners with clinics, health centres, and nursing stations across Manitoba to enhance access to cervical cancer screening services.
Pap test clinics register with CervixCheck to help increase Pap test access for Manitoban women. Women are encouraged to access Pap tests through their doctor or nurse, or to contact a CervixCheck Pap Test Clinic.
Registered Pap test clinics are promoted through CancerCare Manitoba's Cancer Screening Programs. See the tabs below to for more information about accessing registered clinics.
CervixCheck operates a registry of all Pap test, colposcopy and biopsy results. Individual histories of these results can be accessed by healthcare providers or by the woman directly.
Promote access to Pap tests by sharing posters from our partner clinics in your community. To view all CervixCheck partner Pap test clinics, click here.
Due to COVID, Pap test clinic access may vary. Women are encouraged to call ahead to the site to ensure the clinic will meet their Pap test needs.
If you would like to promote a Pap test clinic in your community, we invite you to use our Pap Test Clinics Posters.
ColonCheck mails Manitobans home screening tests. Tests are completed at home and returned by mail to be analyzed at a laboratory. If tests are completed through the ColonCheck Program, we will continue to mail individuals a test every 2 years.
At this time, home screening tests can also be accessed through primary care providers.
To facilitate access to a ColonCheck Home Screening Test:
Promote access to the home screening test by sharing our video or downloading our radio spot to use on your local station.
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