All women who have ever had sex should have cervical smear tests every three years from age 25 to age 70. Find out where and how.
For questions relating to pathways and services offered for our transgender consumers primary health care is the first step.
Discuss your health care with your General Practitioner, Nurse or through the WCDHB sexual health clinic who are more than happy to discuss the process and the pathway needed to be followed”
This section provides some links to useful websites that provide information on the process for consumers wanting to transition.
The West Coast District Health Board (WCDHB), based in the Te Nīkau, Grey Hospital & Health Centre maternity ward, provides Primary and Secondary Women’s Health services and support. Find information about these services available across the West Coast.
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