STD Testing Facilities in Gainesville FL


1131 Nw 64Th Ter Ste A
Gainesville, FL 32605
United States

About STD Testing Facilities in Gainesville FL

STD testing for men and women is available at 9 locations near Gainesville, Florida. You or your partner can get access to a full screening test panel or select individual tests for specific sexually transmitted diseases including Chlamydia, Herpes, Syphilis, Gonorrhea, HIV and Hepatitis. We have compiled a full list of affordable STD test clinics near Gainesville, FL above. The majority of the test centers offer same day testing with results becoming available within 1-2 days. 

STD statistics for Alachua County, FL show 2,519 reported cases of STDs, with a population of 256,380 that results in an STD rate of 982.5 per 100,000 people. Chlamydia and Gonorrhea account for the highest percentage of sexually transmitted infections while 3.93% of reported STD’s in Alachua County were HIV/AIDS.

Chlamydia and Gonorrhea were two of the most common sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) in the United States of America in 2018. Did you know that the CDC reported 104,758 cases of chlamydia and 32,644 cases of gonorrhea in Florida during that year? This means that Florida ranked #29 for both chlamydia and gonorrhea out of all 50 states based on the CDC Surveillance Report 2018’s ranking methodology. Many people don’t notice symptoms of these two incredibly common infections. Do the responsible thing and get tested, so you know with 100% certainty the true state of your sexual health.

Alachua County residents and University of Florida (with its campus situated in Gainesville) do have access to some public STD testing clinics that may offer free STD testing but this is limited to qualifying patients, usually as part of the student health STD testing policy. 


Gainesville, FL STD Testing - How It Works

The process for getting tested for sexually transmitted diseases in Gainesville is confidential, straightforward and as convenient as possible.

  • Order your online STD testing panel or individual test here
  • Select the Gainesville clinic that is nearest to you
  • Visit the testing location the same day and provide your blood or urine sample, this step only takes a few minutes and you will not be asked any questions or required to provide any paperwork. You only need your Lab Requisition Form or the confidential test code that you will receive via email after you place your order
  • Your sample is tested and you can access the results in 1 to 2 days

The stress and worry involved with thinking you may have been exposed to a sexually transmitted disease can be overwhelming, the stigma attached to them and the unknowns can lead to further health problems. The peace of mind that comes from getting tested is incredibly valuable, whether your test comes back positive or negative, the results equip you with the knowledge you need to take the required steps to improving your sexual health.

If you require STD testing in Gainesville, FL select your testing location from the list of clinics shown above and apply for your FDA-approved test today!


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STD testing is one of those important life responsibilities, like taxes or car insurance. We are glad you are here, taking a responsible step toward helping yourself and potentially protecting other people. Getting tested for an STD doesn't have to be difficult. There are plenty of local STD testing centers standing by to help you take control of your health and empower you to live your life to the fullest.

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