Princeton STD Testing
It’s our goal to offer a private, safe, and convenient opportunity for trusted STD testing in Princeton. Our FDA-approved tests are quick and non-invasive, so you’ll never have to waste your entire day at one of our facilities. The majority of patients are in and out in less than a half hour. You should not be expected to sacrifice ease or punctuality when you’re in need of a thorough STD test that consistently produces straightforward and genuine results. The services administered at our Princeton STD testing facilities produce clear results with no unreasonable wait times.
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Our Testing is:
- FDA Approved
- HIPAA Compliant
With our private online ordering platform, you’ll get the tests you need in a discreet and prompt manner. Feel confident, all test orders are 100% private.
No need to clear your whole day to visit a screening facility. In fact, most of the time, patients are in, out and on their way in less than a half hour the same day you order your test.
Test results are ready in just 24-72 hours. You can speak any time with one of our care counselors, who can help you understand your results and advise you on the subsequent actions including things like treatment options.
Why Choose Priority STD Testing in Princeton?
Same Day Testing
You won’t need to clear your schedule for us. At Priority STD Testing, we provide same day testing and the entire process, start to finish, is quick and hassle-free. The testing procedure only takes a few minutes, and patients are normally in and out of the center in under a half hour. And your personal and private information stays safe and confidential throughout the entire process.
From beginning to end, the Priority STD Testing process is private and discreet. At no point will we get in touch with you directly without having your authorization and neither our name nor anything related to the services we provide will ever show up on a financial statement or bank card bill. And since we don’t accept payment from insurance companies, no information will be shared with your healthcare provider.
When you need to get tested, you deserve privacy and sensitivity with regard to the screening facility and its staff. Going to a public clinic, health division, and even your physician for STD testing can often be an awkward and unpleasant experience. With Priority STD Testing’s private collection facilities, no one will know the purpose for your visit and you will certainly never be singled out for any reason.
Fast and Accurate Results
We aim to offer the fastest and most accurate test results to our patients. Every one of our tests are FDA approved and also executed in CLIA certified laboratories so you can rest easy knowing your results are conclusive. As soon as your sample has been collected, results are expedited as a rush order and typically process in just 24-72 hrs. You can access your results on-line 24 hours a day or by calling one of our care counselors.
For patients that test positive for gonorrhea, chlamydia or trichomoniasis, our care counselors are available to discuss treatment options. We’ll work with you to arrange a phone consult with a doctor and also get the medications you require sent to your preferred pharmacy. In most cases, medications are available the same day.
Unlike numerous physician’s offices or public medical clinics, we offer a series of tests for the most prevalent STDs. Understanding 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 address any kind of questions you might have.
STD Incidence Rates in New Jersey
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*Data collected from the 2017 CDC Surveillance Report