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Free Cervical Screening Tests

SHFPACT is offering Cervical Screening Tests free for clients who book appointments in our nurse training clinics on selected dates in March and April 2021.

At your appointment, there will be a highly experienced SHFPACT nurse, and a second registered nurse who is undertaking training in well women’s screening.

Cervical screening saves lives. Make an appointment today. Call our friendly reception team on 02 62473077.

Be your own hero! National Condom Day 2021

National Condom Day is a health promotion event in Australia that promotes safe sex and the important role condoms can play in preventing sexually transmissible infections (STIs) and unplanned pregnancy and a perfect chance to raise awareness of healthy relationships, and safe, consensual sex.

This years theme is 'Be Your Own Hero', so go grab your FREE rose and condom pack and do just that #beyourownhero. Details of particpating locations below.

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Free COVID-19 testing facilities available near you

Getting tested for COVID-19? The ACT Government Weston Creek Walk-in Centre and the drive through facility at EPIC are busier than ever.

But did you know that there are other free and easily accessible testing facilities available?

If you think you have COVID-19, please call your GP or visit a Respiratory Assessment Clinic. 

You can book into a free appointment at:

  • YourGPCrace – 1/5 Baratta Street, Crace. Book online
  • 02 109 0000
  • LakeviewMedicalPractice – 1/216 Cowlishaw Street, Greenway. Call 6185 1986 to book an appointment or book online
  • Winnunga Nimmityjah Aboriginal Health Service – 63 Boolimba Crescent, Narrabundah, provides a free and culturally appropriate assessment and testing for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and existing clients. Before visiting, call ahead on (02) 6284 6222.

For details on testing, locations and opening times visit the COVID-19 website at covid19.act.gov.au

Testing children for COVID-19Due to the nature of the COVID-19 test, it is difficult to test children within a vehicle. 

For this reason, children under eight should have their test at one of the following; the Weston Creek Walk-in Centre, one of the Commonwealth funded GP Respiratory Assessment Clinics (as listed above) or their local GP, rather than the drive through RAC at Exhibition Park in Canberra (EPIC). 

Children under two years can only be seen at the Weston Creek Walk-in Centre when a GP is rostered on shift – please call 02 5124 8080.

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