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Fort Myers STD Testing

Sexually transmitted diseases are on the rise in Fort Myers, Lee County, and throughout southwest Florida. In its most recent report, the Florida Department of Health Bureau of Communicable Diseases cites 4,158 cases of bacterial STDs in Lee County for an incidence rate of 566 cases per 100,000 residents. For the sake of comparison, Lee County saw 2,425 cases, or 391.1 cases per 100,000, just nine years prior. In that same timeframe, syphilis cases have nearly tripled with 74 cases cited in 2010 and 222 in 2019. In short, it is more important than ever before that Fort Myers residents practice safe sex and get tested when appropriate.

Remember, in many instances, sexually transmitted diseases cause no visible symptoms. It is all too common to contract an STD and pass it along to another sexual partner without ever knowing you’ve become infected. In fact, the only way to know for sure if you’ve contracted an STD is to find a reliable provider of STD testing services and get tested. At Priority STD Testing, we offer the fastest, most reliable, and most convenient STD testing services in the state of Florida. Simply select the test(s) you need from our online catalog, stop by a local testing facility at your convenience (there are three in Fort Myers alone), and you’ll have conclusive results in as little as 24-72 hours.

Medically reviewed by Hilary Davidson Medical Writer
Reviewed on 08/31/2021

STD Incidence Rates in Florida


Reported new cases of HIV in Florida


Reported new cases of chlamydia in Florida


Reported new cases of gonorrhea in Florida


Reported new cases of syphilis in Florida


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 Fort Myers Patients

Can I switch testing sites?

Yes! Even after you’ve selected an STD testing center, you can switch to any participating center in the state of Florida. If you need to visit an STD testing center outside of the state, simply call our care counselors and we’ll get it switched on your behalf.

What does the charge show up as on my bank statement?

To ensure your privacy, you’ll never see our company name or anything relating to the STD testing services we offer on any bank or credit card statements. Instead, our service appears as simply “SFHT” and is not identifiable to your order. If you want an added level of privacy, we do accept pre-paid gift cards as well.

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 Fort Myers FL?

Fort Myers patients in need of fast, reliable STD testing shouldn’t need to waste their time making appointments months in advance or sitting around in crowded waiting rooms. WIth Priority STD Testing, you can get tested TODAY with no appointments and no waiting necessary. Most patients are in and out of our testing facilities in under a half hour and patients typically receive results in as little as 24-72 hours. To learn more about what Priority STD Testing has to offer, contact us today.

Excellent customer service and convenience
I scheduled and tested on the same day. I received my results a day later and could not be happier with the overall experience. My satisfaction speaks volumes for the convenience of everything and I would choose to use Priority STD Testing in the future.
Easy, fast, discreet
Easy to schedule, reasonably priced, fast results. I will use this service again!

STD Testing Labs in Fort Myers FL


  1. “Florida Department of Health.” Florida Department of Health. Accessed August 20, 2021.
  2. “Sexually Transmitted Diseases – Information from CDC.” Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, April 13, 2021.