PAP Smears

Cervical Cancer is a preventable cancer

Regular Pap smears are the best way to protect yourself against cervical cancer.

A Pap smear every two years can help prevent up to 90 per cent of the most common type of cervical cancer.

All women aged 18-69 years who have ever been sexually active, including intimate contact, should have a Pap smear every two years.

At Bunbury Maternity and Women’s Clinic we understand not everyone wants to see their usual GP for a pap smear. 

Our Team

Dr Amanda Sabel – GP Obstetrician
I trained as a Doctor in London, before working in surgical specialities and then ED before training as a GP in London. ...
Dr Amanda Sabel – GP Obstetrician
Dr Yulia Bazay – GP
Doctor Yulia Bazay graduated from Siberian Medical University in Russia at the Faculty of General Practice in 2004. She ...
Dr Yulia Bazay – GP
Kelly Forsyth – Midwife
I have worked as  midwife since 2001, practising across the continuum of maternity care. Being passionate about wom...
Kelly Forsyth – Midwife
Harriette Coulson – Midwife / Lactation Consultant
I trained as a Midwife 28 years ago in Scotland and as a Lactation Consultant 20 years ago in Melbourne, Australia. Addi...
Harriette Coulson – Midwife / Lactation Consultant
Dr Tara White – GP obstetrician
Dr White is a West Australian trained GP obstetrician. She completed her obstetric training at King Edward Memorial Hosp...
Dr Tara White – GP obstetrician