Tuscaloosa STD Testing
With our service, a typical visit seldom exceeds 30 minutes and no scheduled appointment is required. At each of our Tuscaloosa STD testing centers, your visit will be conducted quickly and respectfully. We’ll never do anything to compromise your trust or your expectation of confidentiality in all areas of the screening process. Our tests are FDA-approved and all testing is conducted in CLIA-certified labs, so you can be assured knowing that your results are clear and conclusive.
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Our Testing is:
- FDA Approved
- HIPAA Compliant
Pick your test confidentially on our website or over the phone. Our skilled care counselors are standing by to help you each step of the way. It’s our objective to make the ordering process as user-friendly and easy as possible.
You’ll never be singled out for any reason at any of our screening locations. Our 4,000+ testing sites are always private, discreet and professional.
Final results are available in just 24-72 hours. You can speak any time with one of our care counselors, who can help you make sense of your results and instruct you on the next actions including things like treatment options.
Why Choose Priority STD Testing in Tuscaloosa?
Same Day Testing
You won’t have to clear your schedule for us. At Priority STD Testing, we offer same day testing and the whole process, start to finish, is fast and hassle-free. The testing procedure only takes a few minutes, and patients are normally in and out of the center in under a half hour. And your personal and private information remains safe and discreet throughout the whole process.
We vow to honor your personal privacy throughout this process. At no point will we reach out to you directly without having your approval and we take every available measure to ensure that your online information remains obtainable to you and only you via a protected login. All services provided by Priority STD Testing are HIPAA compliant which means that, by law, access to your personal health information is yours alone.
When you’re requiring a test, you are entitled to sensitivity and privacy on the part of the screening facility as well as its personnel. We understand that visiting a clinic or health division can be, on some levels, an unpleasant experience. We don’t intend to make the screening process unpleasant or uncomfortable for you whatsoever. At our private collection centers, nobody will know the reason for your visit and you won’t be singled out for any reason.
Fast and Accurate Results
We aim to offer the fastest and most accurate test results to our patients. All of our tests are FDA approved and also executed in CLIA certified laboratories so you can rest easy knowing your results are conclusive. As soon as your sample has been collected, results are expedited as a rush order and normally process in only 24-72 hours. You can access your results on the internet 24 hours a day or by calling one of our care counselors.
For patients testing positive for gonorrhea, chlamydia or trichomoniasis, our care counselors are available to go over treatment options. We’ll work with you to set up a phone consult with a doctor and also obtain the prescription you require sent out to your preferred pharmacy. In most cases, medications are available the very same day.
Your physician or public health care clinic might not always test you for all types of STDs. It is very important to recognize which tests are available and which tests are right for you. Priority STD Testing offers comprehensive testing for diseases including HIV, oral herpes (HSV1), genital herpes (HSV2), chlamydia, gonorrhea, syphilis, hepatitis B, hepatitis C and also trichomoniasis. And our care counselors are on call to assist you choose the tests that are right for you.
STD Incidence Rates in Alabama
Reported new cases of HIV in Alabama
Reported new cases of chlamydia in Alabama
Reported new cases of gonorrhea in Alabama
Reported new cases of syphilis in Alabama
Reported new cases of hepatitis B in Alabama
Reported new cases of hepatitis C in Alabama
*Data collected from the 2017 CDC Surveillance Report