Mineola STD Testing
We strive to maintain a trusted, shame-free and professional atmosphere for our patients. When you visit one of our Mineola STD testing facilities, we will do all we can to preserve and respect your inherent right to confidentiality. Our process is safe, non-invasive and private. In fact, almost all patients are in and out of the testing center in under 30 minutes. You’ll never be singled out for being tested and the purpose for your visit will never be revealed in any way.
Our Testing is:
- FDA Approved
- HIPAA Compliant
We understand each and every case is different, so we offer our patients a range of various testing choices. Determine what’s best for you and order at your convenience via the phone or on our website.
You’ll never need to free your whole entire day to stop by a testing facility. 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.
We will not keep you waiting for weeks for your final results. Unlike various other testing services, our results are processed in just 24-72 hours and can be accessed any time using a secure login or by calling a care counselor.
Why Choose Priority STD Testing in Mineola?
Same Day Testing
At Priority STD Testing, you won’t have to make appointments weeks earlier simply to get tested. We provide same day testing, and our entire process is easy and hassle-free. The procedure only takes a few minutes, and the majority of patients are done and back to their day in under a half hour. And, start to finish, your personal details are kept discreet and secure.
From start to finish, the Priority STD Testing process is confidential and discreet. At no point will we contact you directly without having your authorization and neither our name nor anything pertaining to the services we provide will ever appear on a financial statement or charge card bill. And since we don’t take payment from insurance companies, no information will be shown to your doctor.
Facilities with free STD testing services, like public centers or local health divisions, can often fail to provide you the privacy you deserve. Even visiting your physician can be an uncomfortable experience for instances like these. You’ll never be singled out or humiliated at one of our nondescript centers. No person in the center besides your licensed professional 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 also performed in CLIA certified labs 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 typically process in just 24-72 hours. You can access your results online 24 hours a day or by calling one of our care counselors.
Unlike various other testing services, we offer treatment options to patients who test positive for chlamydia, gonorrhea or trichomoniasis. If you receive a positive result, simply call to consult with a care counselor who will assist in scheduling a phone consult with one of our doctors. No office visits are needed, and your medicine is sent out directly to the pharmacy of your choice. In mostly all cases, medicine is available the very same day.
Your doctor or public health care clinic might not always test for all types of STDs. It’s 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 trichomoniasis. And our care counselors are on call to assist you find the tests that are right for you.
STD Incidence Rates in New York
Reported new cases of HIV in New York
Reported new cases of chlamydia in New York
Reported new cases of gonorrhea in New York
Reported new cases of syphilis in New York
Reported new cases of hepatitis B in New York
Reported new cases of hepatitis C in New York
*Data collected from the 2017 CDC Surveillance Report