Great Falls STD Testing
You shouldn’t be forced to schedule a consultation weeks in advance, clear your entire day’s schedule, and sit in an overcrowded waiting room all morning just to get a discreet STD test. With our service, you won’t have to. Simply schedule your test online and visit one of our nearby Great Falls STD testing facilities at your leisure. Our process consistently provides accurate test results quickly and conveniently. Our FDA-approved tests are fast, non-invasive, and carried out in CLIA certified labs.
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Our Testing is:
- FDA Approved
- HIPAA Compliant
With a wide array of tests to pick from, you can order your test online or over the phone. Our care counselors are readily available to ensure that you get precisely what you’re looking for.
You’ll never need to stress over unpleasant swabs or humiliating visual examinations. Right after a basic blood and/or urine sample, you’ll be on your way, typically in under 30 minutes.
Results are quickly obtainable by phone or online any time using a encrypted and unique patient portal. Results will never be mailed to your home and nothing will be reported to your health insurance provider.
Why Choose Priority STD Testing in Great Falls?
Same Day Testing
Your time is important, which is why we provide same day testing. No scheduled visits are required after your test has been ordered, and the testing process itself takes just minutes. Unlike other testing solutions, we will never fax or mail your lab order to the collection facility. This means you can get tested right away after your order has been placed and know that your information is kept safe and encrypted.
From start to finish, the Priority STD Testing process is private and discreet. At no point will we get in touch with you directly without having your approval and neither our name nor anything pertaining to the services we offer will ever show up on a financial statement or credit card bill. And since we don’t take payment from insurance companies, no personal information will be shared with your healthcare provider.
Facilities with free STD testing services, like public facilities or local health divisions, can often fail to supply you the privacy you are entitled to. Even visiting your physician can be an uncomfortable experience for instances like these. You’ll never be singled out or shamed at one of our nondescript facilities. No person in the center 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. Every one of our tests are FDA approved and executed in CLIA certified labs so you can rest easy knowing your results are conclusive. When your sample has been collected, results are expedited as a rush order and normally process in just 24-72 hrs. You can access your results online 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 discuss treatment options. We’ll work with you to schedule a phone consult with a physician and also get the prescription you need sent to your preferred pharmacy. In most cases, medications are available the very same day.
In a lot of cases, not all diseases are tested for in a doctor’s office or public medical clinic. It is crucial to understand which tests are right for your specific situation. We offer a variety of testing options for multiple diseases such as HIV, oral herpes (HSV1), genital herpes (HSV2), chlamydia, gonorrhea, syphilis, hepatitis B, hepatitis C and trichomoniasis. As always, our care counselors are available to address any concerns you may have regarding STD symptoms and also the tests we offer.
STD Incidence Rates in Montana
Reported new cases of HIV in Montana
Reported new cases of chlamydia in Montana
Reported new cases of gonorrhea in Montana
Reported new cases of syphilis in Montana
Reported new cases of hepatitis B in Montana
Reported new cases of hepatitis C in Montana
*Data collected from the 2017 CDC Surveillance Report