Do you find as difficult as I do to remember when I need my next PAP? Life is busy and remembering when to get your pap can be one detail that is hard to remember but it is so important to have regular pap tests! Regular pap tests ensure cervical health and are essential to female sexual health. You can sign up for a pap email reminder service “here”:https://www.hellocoolworld.com/papreminder/ through the LACE campaign (Live Aware Create Empowerment). If you want to schedule a pap exam, contact our office at 250-592-3479
Jennifer Gibson MA, is the Coordinator of Community Education Services. She is a professional sexual health educator whose knowledge, sense of humour, enthusiasm, and comfort level give her the unique ability to make sexual health education accessible and easy to relate to.
Our Quadra Street clinic will be closed all day Saturday, January 30th and until 1pm on Friday, February 5th so our staff can attend training to be able to serve you better. Apologies in advance for any inconvenience this may cause.
Thanks to the students and staff at Claremont for once again being amazing! We love our work with your Planning classes.
Tubal ligation is a permanent form of birth control for females. “Make an appointment”:/about/contact/ to discuss tubal ligation with a clinic physician or nurse.
You know that pile of bottles and cans that you keep meaning to drop off the the bottle depot but haven’t? We’ll gladly take them off your hands in support of our Beyond The Talk youth programming here at ISHS. To donate your returnables, you can: Drop them off to us on Saturday October 3rd…
ISHS’s Richmond House Clinic on the Landsdowne campus at Camosun has re-opened with extended hours. Effective September 4, the clinic on the top floor of Richmond House will be open and running Tuesdays from 9 am-12 pm and Thursdays from 1:30-4:30 pm. Services available include birth control prescriptions and dispensing at reduced prices, Emergency Contraception…
Used properly, condoms are effective protection against both pregnancy and infections. They are even more effective combined with “spermicide”:/birthcontrol/spermicide/.