STD Testing

At U.S. HealthWorks Medical Group, we offer more than just standard Urgent Care treatment. We can also diagnose the most common STDs, address many of them onsite, and provide you with comprehensive and up-to-date treatment. If you are not comfortable talking with your Primary Care Physician about STDs, U.S. HealthWorks Medical Group can provide the confidential testing you need.
Our walk-in STD treatment is safe, fast, and cost effective. We can diagnose and treat the most common STDs, including: chlamydia, gonorrhea, genital warts/HPV, and syphilis. Many of our centers will provide same-day treatment.
At U.S. HealthWorks Medical Group, we understand the concerns people have about how much an STD test costs. When you visit one of our Urgent Care centers for STD testing, you'll have an affordable self-pay option, and most insurance is accepted.
STD Testing services
Our onsite STD testing starts with a conversation about your sexual history. We want to understand what your concerns are and review any factors that may help us determine a diagnosis and treatment plan.
As needed, our team will perform an STD test. We can do swab or blood tests for STDs, or discuss other options as needed.
In some cases, we can immediately make a diagnosis and provide treatment on the same day. In others, it may be best to schedule a follow up visit for treatment.
Benefits of STD Testing
Treating STDs will help you avoid long term, serious impacts on your health. STDs are highly diagnosable and easy to treat.
Visiting an urgent care center for an STD test is often easier and faster than going to your family doctor. Your visit is anonymous, we can see you the same day, and your results are entirely confidential.
You don’t need to go to an emergency room to treat an STD. Going to an urgent care center instead will save you both time and money.
Reduce your risks of contracting a sexually transmitted disease by taking the following steps:
1.Practice abstinence - The surest way to avoid STDs is to not have sex of any kind.
2.Talk with your partner - Talk with your partner before having sex and mutually agree to STD testing for the both of you.
3.Mutual monogamy - After testing, agree to have sex with one person who agrees to have sex only with you.
4.Use condoms - Using a condom correctly every time you have sex can reduce your risk.
5.Get vaccinated - HPV, the most common sexually transmitted infection, can be vaccinated for between the ages of 12 to 26. Speak with your doctor for more details.
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