Dothan STD Testing
You’ll never be singled out for being tested and the purpose for your visit will never be disclosed in any fashion. When you go to one of our Dothan STD testing facilities, we will do all we can to maintain and respect your inherent right to privacy. We aim to establish a trusted, shame-free and professional atmosphere for our patients. Our process is safe, confidential and non-invasive. Many patients are in and out of the center in under 30 minutes.Find a Lab Near You
Our Testing is:
- FDA Approved
- HIPAA Compliant
Call us or place your order online using our encrypted online ordering platform. If you need more assistance, don’t worry. Our care counselors are easily reached.
You’ll never need to clear your whole entire day to come by a testing facility. In fact, most of the time, our patients are in, out and on their way in under a half hour the same day you schedule your test.
Test results are processed in just 24-72 hours. You can easily access your lab results online through an encrypted patient login, or by calling one of our care counselors. Treatment options are available as well.
Why Choose Priority STD Testing in Dothan AL?
Same Day Testing
You won’t be required to open your schedule for us. At Priority STD Testing, we provide same day testing and the entire process, start to finish, is quick and convenient. The testing procedure only takes a few minutes, and patients are usually in and out of the center in less than a half hour. And your personal and private information remains safe and confidential throughout the entire process.
From beginning to end, the Priority STD Testing process is private and discreet. At no point will we call you directly without having your permission and neither our name nor anything pertaining to the services we provide will ever show up on a financial statement or bank card bill. And since we don’t accept payment from insurance companies, no details will be shared with your doctor.
Facilities with free STD testing services, like public clinics or regional health divisions, can often fail to give you the privacy you deserve. Even seeing your physician can be an awkward experience for instances like these. You’ll never be singled out or humiliated at one of our nondescript facilities. Nobody in the facility besides your licensed specialist will ever know the reason for your visit.
Fast and Accurate Results
We intend to provide the fastest and most accurate test results to our patients. All of our tests are FDA approved and also executed in CLIA certified labs so you can rest easy knowing your results are definitive. When your sample has been collected, results are expedited as a rush order and commonly process in just 24-72 hours. You can access your results on-line 24 hours a day or by calling one of our care counselors.
While various other testing services might just provide you your results and send you on your way, we won’t. For patients who test positive for chlamydia, gonorrhea, or trichomoniasis, our care counselors are standing by to review next steps. We’ll start by working with you to set up a phone consult between you and one of our physicians. No office visits are required. Medication is, in most cases, available the same day and can be easily picked up at your pharmacy of choice.
Understanding which tests are right for your situation is crucial. Many times, not all conditions are tested for when you go to your doctor or a public clinic. We provide a wide array of testing options for numerous diseases such as HIV, oral herpes (HSV1), genital herpes (HSV2), chlamydia, gonorrhea, syphilis, hepatitis B, hepatitis C and trichomoniasis. Our care counselors are readily available to address your questions concerning STD symptoms and the various types of STD tests that we offer.
STD Incidence Rates in Alabama
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*Data collected from the 2017 CDC Surveillance Report