Salem STD Testing
We are devoted to maintaining your confidence throughout the duration of the STD testing process and beyond. At no point will you be singled out for any reason whatsoever and the reason for your visit will never be publicized or disclosed. We seek to maintain a very high level of privacy, respect and professionalism at every one of our Salem STD testing centers. We will never do anything to compromise your trust or privacy.Find a Lab
Our Testing is:
- FDA Approved
- HIPAA Compliant
We realize every situation is unique, so we provide our patients a wide array of different testing options. Determine what’s ideal for you and order at your convenience via the phone or online.
You’ll never be singled out for any reason at any of our testing locations. Our 4,000+ screening centers are always private, professional and discreet.
We won’t keep you waiting for weeks for your final results. Different from many other testing services, our results are processed in only 24-72 hours and can be accessed at any time utilizing a protected login or by calling a care counselor.
Why Choose Priority STD Testing in Salem?
Same Day Testing
At Priority STD Testing, you won’t need to create appointments weeks beforehand simply to get tested. We provide same day testing, and our entire process is simple and convenient. The procedure only takes a few minutes, and the majority of patients are finished and back to their day in under a half hour. And, start to finish, your private details are kept confidential and encrypted.
Through this process, we pledge to honor your confidentiality. We will never reach out to you directly without your permission and we take each and every safety measure available to keep your online information protected. Your encrypted online profile is available to you and only you. All services offered by Priority STD Testing are HIPAA compliant which means that, by law, access to your personal health information is yours alone.
The testing process at other centers can be awkward and even embarrassing. You shouldn’t need to threaten your right to privacy when it comes to getting checked, and with our facilities, you never will. You won’t be singled out for any reason or openly associated in any way with the reason for your visit. As for any individual within earshot is concerned, you’re visiting for nothing more than a straightforward blood and urine test.
Fast and Accurate Results
We intend to offer the fastest and most accurate test results to our patients. All of our tests are FDA approved and also performed in CLIA certified laboratories so you can rest easy knowing your results are definitive. 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.
Our care counselors are available to review treatment alternatives for patients who test positive for gonorrhea, chlamydia or trichomoniasis. We’ll work with you to set up a phone consult with one of our doctors to authorize the right treatment. Office visits are not necessary. Appropriate medications are available, in many cases, the very same day and can be picked up at your local pharmacy.
Your doctor or public medical clinic may 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 readily available to help you find the tests that are right for you.
STD Incidence Rates in Massachusetts
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Reported new cases of hepatitis C in Massachusetts
*Data collected from the 2017 CDC Surveillance Report