Show Low STD Testing
Our tests are FDA-approved and all testing is performed in CLIA-certified labs, so you can be assured knowing that your results are definitive and clear. We’ll never do anything to compromise your trust or your expectation of privacy during the screening process. At each and every one of our Show Low STD testing centers, your screening will be administered respectfully and swiftly. With our service, a typical checkup rarely exceeds 30 minutes and no scheduled appointment is required.
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Our Testing is:
- FDA Approved
- HIPAA Compliant
With a wide range of tests to choose, you can purchase your test on our website or over the phone. Our care counselors are on call to guarantee you get precisely what you’re looking for.
You’ll never be called out for any reason at one of our screening labs. Our 4,000+ testing sites are always confidential, discreet and professional.
Lab results are processed in just 24-72 hours. You can gain access to your results online by using a secure patient login, or by getting in touch with one of our care counselors. Treatment options are available as well.
Why Choose Priority STD Testing in Show Low?
Same Day Testing
Your time is important, and we don’t intend to waste it. That’s why we offer same day testing to our patients. The process is simple, convenient and swift. In fact, most patients are in and out of the testing center in less than half an hour. Unlike other testing services, we will never fax or mail your lab order to the collection center, so you can get tested instantly after placing the order– no waiting required.
We vow to respect your personal privacy all throughout this process. At no point will we reach out to you directly in the absence of your authorization and we take every available precaution to make sure that your online details stays accessible to you and only you via a safe and secure login. All services offered by Priority STD Testing are HIPAA compliant which means that, by law, access to your personal health information is yours alone.
When you’re needing a test, you are entitled to sensitivity and privacy on the part of the screening center and its personnel. We know that going to a clinic or health department can be, on some levels, an uncomfortable experience. We do not wish to make the testing process awkward or uneasy for you at all. At our private collection facilities, no one will know the reason for your visit and you won’t be singled out for any reason.
Fast and Accurate Results
We aim 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 the internet 24 hours a day or by calling one of our care counselors.
Unlike other testing services, we provide treatment options to patients that test positive for chlamydia, gonorrhea or trichomoniasis. If you get a positive result, just call to talk to a care counselor who will assist in scheduling a phone consult with one of our doctors. No office visits are required, and your medication is sent out directly to the pharmacy of your choice. In nearly all situations, medication is available the same day.
Unlike many doctor’s offices or public health care clinics, we offer a variety of tests for the most common STDs. Knowing which tests are right for you throughout this process is extremely important. Available tests include HIV, oral herpes (HSV1), genital herpes (HSV2), chlamydia, gonorrhea, syphilis, hepatitis B, hepatitis C and trichomoniasis among others. And our care counselors are standing by to answer any questions you may have.
STD Incidence Rates in Arizona
Reported new cases of HIV in Arizona
Reported new cases of chlamydia in Arizona
Reported new cases of gonorrhea in Arizona
Reported new cases of syphilis in Arizona
Reported new cases of hepatitis B in Arizona
*Data collected from the 2017 CDC Surveillance Report