Winter Park STD Testing
Throughout the process, our procedures are respectful and quick to protect our patients’ personal privacy. We’ll do everything in our power to maintain the confidence and trust of each and every one of our patients. Our Winter Park STD testing facilities are convenient, secure, and always yield detailed, comprehensive test results for our patients. All lab analysis is conducted in a CLIA certified laboratory and every test we offer is FDA approved.
Our Testing is:
- FDA Approved
- HIPAA Compliant
Give us a call or purchase your order online using our encrypted online ordering platform. Don’t worry if you need to have extra assistance. Our care counselors are easily reached.
No need to worry about uncomfortable swabs or humiliating visual exams. Right after a simple blood and/or urine sample, you’ll be on your way, typically in under 30 minutes.
Test results are immediately accessible by phone or online any time using an unique and secure login portal. Results will not be mailed to your home and absolutely nothing will be made known to your health insurance provider.
Why Choose Priority STD Testing in Winter Park?
Same Day Testing
You won’t need to open your schedule for us. At Priority STD Testing, we offer same day testing and the whole process, start to finish, is swift and convenient. The testing procedure only takes a few minutes, and patients are typically in and out of the center in less than a half hour. And your personal and private information stays secure and confidential throughout the entire process.
From start to finish, the Priority STD Testing process is private and discreet. At no point will we contact you directly without having your authorization and neither our name nor anything related to the services we offer will ever appear on a financial statement or bank card bill. And since we don’t take payment from insurance companies, no personal information will be shown to your healthcare provider.
Public centers or health departments providing free STD testing give little personal privacy when it concerns your sexual wellness. Going to your physician can be humiliating and even raise questions as to the reason for your visit by others. Our private collection facilities are nondescript, meaning you will never be singled out for getting an STD. No other patients will know the reason for your visit other than to provide a regular blood and urine sample.
Fast and Accurate Results
You shouldn’t need to spend weeks waiting on your results to be processed. With Priority STD Testing, you’ll have your results just 24-72 hrs after your visit. Our processes are all FDA approved and conducted in CLIA certified labs, so you can be confident that your results are definitive. We strive for nothing less than 100% accuracy when it pertains to our testing process. Once your results are compiled, you can access your details easily (and securely) online 24/7.
For patients who test positive for gonorrhea, chlamydia or trichomoniasis, our care counselors are readily available to discuss treatment options. We’ll work with you to set up a phone consult with a physician as well as get the medications you need sent to your preferred pharmacy. In most cases, medications are available the very same day.
It’s important to understand which tests are right for your situation. Oftentimes, just a few are administered at your regional public clinic or physician’s office. Priority STD Testing provides a wide range of testing choices for several diseases consisting of, but not limited to, HIV, oral herpes (HSV1), genital herpes (HSV2), chlamydia, gonorrhea, syphilis, hepatitis B, hepatitis C and trichomoniasis. Care counselors are standing by and happy to help should you have any questions concerning the different testing options.
STD Incidence Rates in Florida
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*Data collected from the 2017 CDC Surveillance Report