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STD Testing Lancaster PA

Fast and convenient STD testing in Lancaster PA.

Lancaster STD Testing

Sexually transmitted diseases are continuously on the rise throughout Pennsylvania and Lancaster County is no exception. According to a recent report by the Pennsylvania Department of Health, Lancaster County saw a gonorrhea rate of 38.5 cases per 100,000 residents and a chlamydia rate of 236.1 cases per 100,000–both among the highest rates in the state of Pennsylvania. And rates show no signs of slowing

It’s important to remember that more often than not, sexually transmitted diseases like gonorrhea, chlamydia, and syphilis show no visible signs or symptoms. So you may contract an STD without even knowing it and may even pass it along to a sexual partner without even knowing it. Since self-diagnosis is unreliable at best, the only way to know for sure if you’ve contracted an STD is to find a reputable provider of confidential STD testing services and get tested. With Priority STD Testing, you can order and get tested today if you so choose. Simply order the test(s) you need from our online platform and stop by our Lancaster testing center (215 Granite Run Dr.) or any other testing center in the state. Most patients have complete results in as little as 24-72 hours.

Medically reviewed by Hilary Davidson, Medical Writer
Reviewed on July 21, 2021

STD Incidence Rates in Lancaster PA

262.0

chlamydia cases in Lancaster County (per 100,000 residents)

50.1

gonorrhea cases in Lancaster County (per 100,000 residents)

4.5

syphilis cases in Lancaster County (per 100,000 residents)

*Statistics based on newly reported cases by the Pennsylvania Department of Health.

STD Testing FAQs for Lancaster Patients

Do I need to fast before getting tested?

No, fasting is not required for any of our tests. The only “prep” you’ll need to do is refrain from urinating for at least one hour prior to a chlamydia, gonorrhea, or trichomoniasis test.

Are my results confidential?

Absolutely! Our process is 100% confidential and HIPAA compliant. All information is kept secure and neither your testing history nor your results will ever be disclosed to your healthcare provider, insurance company, or anyone else.

For more frequently asked questions, visit our FAQs page

Why Choose Priority STD Testing in Lancaster, PA

Lancaster residents have options when it comes to STD testing. For this reason, Priority STD Testing aims to deliver the fastest, most reliable, and most confidential STD testing services in the state of Pennsylvania (or anywhere else for that matter). To order, simply browse our online catalog and select the tests you need. Then stop by our Lancaster testing center at your convenience for the rest. Most patients are in and out of our facilities in under a half hour and most receive comprehensive test results in as little as 24-72 hours.

Very helpful
I interacted with three different individuals, two over the phone and one in person. Each of them were kind, professional, and knowledgeable which was very appreciated as I was anxious about having to get tested. The process of getting tested was fast and they were even able to get started with me before the set time. I am very satisfied with my experience.
awesome customer service!
I appreciate how fast I received the results and Luke H. Was very helpful and informative with helping me understand my results! Thank you!
Can’t say enough good things
Can’t say enough good things. The whole process was seamless. I wanted to get tested ASAP and wanted the results as soon as possible as well and that’s exactly what I got. I found the Priority STD testing website, paid for my test, and got tested all in the same hour. Results were quick and I’m at peace of mind knowing I had nothing to worry about. Luke was emailing me every step of the way keeping me updated on the process. I would definitely recommend!

STD Testing Labs in Lancaster PA

Sources

Informatics, Division of Health. “Pennsylvania County Health Profiles.” Maps: Diseases. Accessed May 19, 2021. https://www.health.pa.gov/topics/HealthStatistics/VitalStatistics/CountyHealthProfiles/Documents/current/maps-diseases.aspx.