Most of the surveyed doctors said that they provided Pap tests. However, less than one quarter of surveyed doctors had survey responses that completely agreed with guideline recommendations. Internal medicine doctors most often reported screening practices that agreed with the guidelines, followed by family doctors and then gynecologists. Yet, only 27.5% of internists had guideline-consistent responses. When the doctors' responses differed from guideline recommendations, it was usually because the doctors recommended screening when the guideline did not or more often than the guideline did.