Freehold STD Testing
We seek to provide a high degree of confidentiality, professionalism and respect at each one of our Freehold STD testing centers. We will never do anything to threaten your trust or privacy. We are devoted to keeping your confidence throughout the duration of the testing process and beyond. The reason for your visit to the lab will never be made public or disclosed by any means and at no point will you be singled out for any reason whatsoever.Find a Lab Near You
Our Testing is:
- FDA Approved
- HIPAA Compliant
Order safely and confidently using our encrypted online system. Care counselors are on call to assist and respond to any concerns you may have about the ordering process.
You’ll never need to stress over uncomfortable swabs or awkward visual exams. After a simple blood and/or urine sample, you’ll be on your way, normally in less than a half hour.
Final results are available in just 24-72 hours. You can communicate any time with one of our care counselors, who can help you make sense of your results and guide you on the subsequent steps including things like treatment options.
Why Choose Priority STD Testing in Freehold NJ?
Same Day Testing
At Priority STD Testing, you won’t have to schedule appointments weeks earlier simply to get tested. We offer same day testing, and our whole process is easy and convenient. The procedure only takes a few minutes, and almost all patients are done and back to their day in under a half hour. And, start to finish, your personal details are kept confidential and secure.
Every step of the Priority STD Testing process is 100% discreet and private. We’ll never get in touch with you directly without having your consent and neither our name, nor anything pertaining to the services we provide, will ever appear on a bank or credit card statement. Additionally, as we operate completely independent of insurance companies, no services or correspondence will ever be shared with your healthcare provider.
The testing process at other centers can be awkward and even humiliating. You should not have to threaten your right to personal privacy when it concerns getting checked, and with our facilities, you never will. You will not be singled out for any reason or openly associated in any way with the reason for your visit. As for any person within earshot is concerned, you’re visiting for nothing more than a basic blood and urine test.
Fast and Accurate Results
You shouldn’t have 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 performed in CLIA certified laboratories, so you can be certain that your results are definitive. We pursue nothing less than 100% precision when it comes to our testing process. Once your results are compiled, you can access your information conveniently (and securely) online 24/7.
We offer treatment options for patients who test positive for trichomoniasis, chlamydia or gonorrhea. If you get a positive result, our care counselors are standing by to go over next steps. We’ll work with you to schedule a phone consult with a physician (no office visits are required). In many cases, medicine is available the very same day and can be sent to the pharmacy of your preference.
Unlike many doctor’s offices or public health care clinics, we offer a variety of tests for the most common STDs. Recognizing which tests are right for you throughout this process is extremely crucial. 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 concerns you may have.
STD Incidence Rates in New Jersey
Reported new cases of HIV in New Jersey
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Reported new cases of hepatitis B in New Jersey
Reported new cases of hepatitis C in New Jersey
*Data collected from the 2017 CDC Surveillance Report