What do you test for?
We test for chlamydia, non-gonococcal urethritis, gonorrhea, trichomoniasis, syphilis, and HIV. The clinicians will also do a visual exam for signs of other infections, such as herpes and genital warts (HPV). Hepatitis C testing is also available for qualifying individuals. For women, the STD screening also includes tests for bacterial vaginosis (BV) and yeast. Hepatitis A and B vaccinations are also available through the clinic.

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1. Do I need an appointment?
2. How do I get my results?
3. Who sees my results?
4. What do you test for?
5. How long do you keep my results?
6. Can you diagnose me over the phone?
7. How long does an appointment take?
8. I’m currently taking an antibiotic, how will this affect my screening?
9. Can my partner come to the screening with me?
10. What is the difference between herpes and HPV?
11. Do you offer the HPV vaccine?
12. Why don’t you do a blood test for herpes?