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Overview

The Ohio Department of Health’s Breast and Cervical Cancer Project (BCCP) is a limited screening and diagnostic program that provides services to eligible women in Ohio.

 

Participants have access to

  • Cervical Cancer Screening & Diagnostic
  • Age 21-29: An office visit with a doctor or nurse for Pap test every three (3) years (office visit may include pelvic exam and clinical breast exam - CBE). Follow-up exams and diagnostic testing for abnormal pap test.
  • Age 30 and older: An office visit with a doctor or nurse for a Pap test every three (3) years or Pap+HPV test every five (5) years (office visit may include pelvic exam and CBE). Follow-up exams and diagnostic testing for abnormal pap test.
  • Breast Cancer Screening & Diagnostic
  • Age 21-39: Screening/diagnostic mammography if a doctor determines a need for screening or diagnostic services based on a clinical exam, family history or other factors (may include office visit for order). Follow-up office visits/exams and diagnostic testing for abnormal mammogram results.
  • Age 40 and older: Bi-annual (every two years) screening mammography (may include office visit for order). Follow-up office visits/exams and diagnostic testing for abnormal mammogram results.

ODH BCCP Website

 

Who We Serve

  • Age 21 years and older
  • Income at or below 300% of the Federal Poverty Level
  • Uninsured or underinsured
  • Ohio Resident

 

Services

  • Processing of payments for claims - PPL processes payroll for services provided to program participants.
  • Customer service - Our professional Customer Service Representatives are available 6 days a week to assist you