Yukon STD Testing
Your private information is kept safe at all times and we take every single step to maintain your confidentiality during the whole process. The tests conducted at every one of our Yukon STD testing facilities are FDA-approved and all testing is administered in CLIA certified laboratories. The safety and security of our patients is our number one priority. Our experts will never do anything to endanger your confidence in our expert services.
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Our Testing is:
- FDA Approved
- HIPAA Compliant
With our encrypted online ordering platform, you’ll get the tests you need in a prompt and discreet manner. Rest assured, all test orders are 100% confidential.
We never want your visit to be annoying or out of the way. With greater than 4,000 testing facilities in the United States, you’re sure to discover a location that suits you.
Results are immediately obtainable by phone or online at any time using an unique and encrypted login portal. Nothing will ever be mailed to your home and nothing will be disclosed to your healthcare provider.
Why Choose Priority STD Testing in Yukon?
Same Day Testing
Your time is invaluable, and we don’t intend to waste it. That’s why we offer same day testing to our patients. The process is simple, convenient and swift. In fact, most patients are in and out of the testing center in under 30 minutes. In contrast to other testing services, we will never fax or mail your lab order to the collection center, so you can be tested right away after placing the order– no waiting necessary.
From start to finish, the Priority STD Testing process is private and discreet. At no point will we call you directly without having your permission 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 accept payment from insurance companies, no information will be shown to your healthcare provider.
Facilities with free STD testing services, like public centers or local health divisions, can often fail to provide you the personal privacy you deserve. Even seeing your physician can be an uncomfortable experience for instances like these. You’ll never be singled out or shamed at one of our nondescript centers. Nobody in the center besides your licensed specialist will ever know the reason for your visit.
Fast and Accurate Results
We make every effort to provide you fast and 100% accurate test results. Samples are expedited as rush orders and patients typically get their results in just 24-72 hours. In addition, you can be confident that all Priority STD Testing services are approved by the FDA as well as carried out in CLIA certified labs. As soon as the process is complete, you’ll have the ability to access your results on-line 24 hours a day through an encrypted and secure system. And our care counselors are standing by should you have any kind of questions along the way.
For patients that test positive for gonorrhea, chlamydia or trichomoniasis, our care counselors are available to go over treatment options. We’ll work with you to arrange a phone consult with a physician and get the prescription you require sent out to your preferred pharmacy. In most cases, medications are available the very same day.
Oftentimes, not all diseases are tested for in a physician’s office or public health care clinic. It is crucial to know which tests are right for your particular circumstance. We offer a wide array of testing choices 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 on call to respond to any concerns you might have regarding STD symptoms and also the tests we provide.
STD Incidence Rates in Oklahoma
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*Data collected from the 2017 CDC Surveillance Report