Ferndale STD Testing
With our service, a routine visit seldom exceeds thirty minutes and no scheduled appointment is required. We’ll never do anything to compromise your trust or your expectation of discretion during the testing process. Our tests are FDA-approved and all testing is conducted in CLIA-certified labs, so you can be certain knowing that your results are conclusive and clear. At every one of our Ferndale STD testing facilities, your screening will be carried out respectfully and quickly.
Our Testing is:
- FDA Approved
- HIPAA Compliant
With our safe online ordering platform, you’ll get the tests you need in a prompt and discreet manner. Feel confident, all test orders are 100% confidential.
We won’t make you devote your whole entire afternoon waiting for us. At our screening locations, almost all patients are in and out in under 30 minutes.
Final results are ready in just 24-72 hours. You can chat any time with one of our care counselors, who can assist you make sense of your results and advise you on the following actions including things like treatment options.
Why Choose Priority STD Testing in Ferndale?
Same Day Testing
Your time is valuable, which is why we provide same day testing. No scheduled visits are required after your test has been ordered, and the testing process itself takes just minutes. In contrast to other testing solutions, we will never fax or mail your lab order to the collection facility. This means you can get tested right away after your order has been placed and know that your information is kept secure and encrypted.
Every step of the Priority STD Testing process is 100% discreet and confidential. We’ll never contact you directly without your consent and neither our name, nor anything related to the services we offer, will ever appear on a bank or credit card statement. Furthermore, as we work entirely independent of insurance companies, no services or communication will ever be shared with your doctor.
The screening process at various other centers can be uncomfortable and even humiliating. You shouldn’t need to threaten your right to privacy when it comes to getting checked, and with our facilities, you never will. You won’t be singled out for any reason or publicly associated in any way with the reason for your visit. As far as anyone within earshot is concerned, you’re visiting for nothing more than a basic blood and urine test.
Fast and Accurate Results
You shouldn’t need to spend weeks awaiting your results to be processed. With Priority STD Testing, you’ll have your results just 24-72 hours after your visit. Our processes are all FDA approved and conducted in CLIA certified labs, so you can be certain that your results are conclusive. We pursue nothing less than 100% precision when it concerns our testing process. When your results are compiled, you can access your details quickly (and safely) online 24/7.
For patients that test positive for gonorrhea, chlamydia or trichomoniasis, our care counselors are available to review treatment options. We’ll work with you to arrange a phone consult with a doctor and also obtain the prescription you need sent out to your preferred pharmacy. In most cases, medications are available the very same day.
It is very important to understand which tests are right for your circumstance. Oftentimes, just a few are administered at your regional public clinic or physician’s office. Priority STD Testing provides a wide variety of testing options for several diseases including, but not limited to, HIV, oral herpes (HSV1), genital herpes (HSV2), chlamydia, gonorrhea, syphilis, hepatitis B, hepatitis C and trichomoniasis. Care counselors are standing by and happy to help should you have any questions regarding the various testing options.
STD Incidence Rates in Washington
Reported new cases of HIV in Washington
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Reported new cases of hepatitis C in Washington
*Data collected from the 2017 CDC Surveillance Report