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Brandon FL STD Testing

In 2019, the Florida Department of Health¹ placed the rate of bacterial STDs in Hillsborough County, Brandon inclusive, at 890.4 per 100,000 residents. A 2015 report by the Center for Diseases Control and Prevention (CDC)² also places Florida as the state with the highest number of HIV/AIDS diagnoses. It is crucial for sexually active residents in Hillsborough County and Brandon to have regular STD testing in order to reduce these numbers. 

Common sexually transmitted diseases like gonorrhea, syphilis, HPV, herpes, hepatitis, and chlamydia are asymptomatic. This makes them difficult to detect until they’ve progressed to advanced stages and had an impact on your sexual health. You can also pass the disease onto others unknowingly. The only way to see if you’ve contracted any STDs is to get tested as soon as possible. 

Priority STD Testing provides reliable, convenient and hassle-free testing services for sexually active adults in Brandon, Florida. You can book your appointment via our website and visit a lab near you for your screening. We have lab testing centers at 159 E. Bloomingdale Avenue and other nearby locations. 

Medically reviewed by Hilary Davidson Medical Writer
Reviewed on 10/12/2021

STD Incidence Rates in Florida


Reported new cases of HIV in Florida


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Reported new cases of gonorrhea in Florida


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Reported new cases of hepatitis B in Florida


Reported new cases of hepatitis C in Florida

*Data collected from the 2022 CDC Surveillance Report

STD Testing FAQs for Brandon FL

Do You Offer Treatment? 

We offer treatment options for Brandon, Florida patients who have tested positive for gonorrhea, chlamydia, or trichomoniasis.

If your result is positive, you can speak with a care counselor and schedule a phone consultation with a physician. There’s no need to come for a physical consultation with your physician, and you can always pick up your prescribed medication at your local pharmacy. 

The physician’s consultation fee is $65, and we partner with the physicians at PWNHealth so treatment can be prescribed in all states, as required. 

Do I Need to Fast Before Getting Started? 

You don’t need to fast before visiting any of our Brandon, Florida labs for your screening. However, if you are undergoing a test for chlamydia, gonorrhea, or trichomoniasis, ensure that you have not urinated for at least one hour before visiting the testing center.

Do You Take Walk-ins? 

We offer walk-in STD screenings for patients, and you don’t need to book an appointment beforehand. All you need to do is book your lab test online or via the phone with one of our care counselors. When you do this, you can go to any of our Brandon, Florida testing locations closest to you and get screened immediately on any business day. 

Are My Results Confidential? 

At Priority STD Testing, our patients trust us to conduct screenings with the highest level of confidentiality. This means your lab order and results will never be disclosed to a third party, including your healthcare provider and personal doctor. 

Our process is HIPAA compliant and FDA approved, and we abide by all state and federal regulations for reporting STD screening results. In addition, all your personal identifiable information is encrypted, whether you’re placing a lab order or receiving your screening results. 

How Does the Charge Appear On My Bank Statement? 

Due to the sensitive nature of STD testing, our services will appear on your bank statement as a one-time payment to “SFHT”. Alternatively, you can opt for prepaid gift cards for facilitating transactions. 

What Can I Expect When I Get to the Testing Site? 

Throughout the screening process, we respect your right to privacy. No one will know the reason for your visit, and you’ll never be sent to a public clinic or doctor’s office. In addition, your results won’t be shared with your personal doctor or any other health provider. 

Our tests are non-invasive, and do not require a swab or any other type of visual examination. All that is needed is a simple urine sample and blood test.

How Do I Know the Type of Test to Take? 

Before placing an order, you can speak with any of our care consultants, and they can advise you on the most appropriate tests to take. 

For more frequently asked questions, visit our FAQs page

Verified STD testing provider by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) on 12/01/2020.
Recognized member of the Better Business Bureau (BBB) since 2015.
Named best STD test provider by Healthline on 03/24/2021.

Why Choose Priority STD Testing in Brandon FL

At Priority STD Testing, our patients trust us to deliver reliable and affordable STD screening. This is why we have a 24/7 responsive website where you can conveniently place a lab order without any hassles. If you need assistance, you can place a call to our care counselors to help you with placing a test order.

Once you select the test you need from our online catalog, you can visit our closest testing center for your screening. Our patients’ health and privacy are important to us, and we guarantee the highest level of confidentiality. No third party will have access to your test results, including your personal physician, bank or other health providers.

The STD testing process is non-invasive and takes under a half-hour, so you can resume your day with minimal disruptions. We also don’t perform any invasive or embarrassing swab tests, and we only require a urine sample and blood tests. You should expect your results in as little as 24 to 72 hours.

Super quick and easy
Super quick and easy! I had some questions about the results and was able to get someone on the phone immediately. So much more convenient than a doctor's visit.
Easy and accessible
It was fairly easy to use. Was able to see my results everything was pretty straight forward.

STD Testing Labs in Brandon FL


  1. “Florida Health Charts.” Florida Department of Health Bureau of Communicable Diseases. Accessed September 25, 2021.
  2. “Florida–State Health Profile.” Center for Disease Control. Accessed September 25, 2021.