We offer fast, private and affordable STD testing that you can order online! Through our service, it’s easier than ever to get tested conveniently and confidentially in the Atlanta area. We do not require a doctor’s note or visit. Simply order online, visit one of the many labs in the Atlanta area, and receive results. We provide confidential results that won’t be reported to your insurance or put on your medical record. No appointment is needed, and you can get tested the same day you order at one of our many lab locations throughout the city, including in Downtown, Midtown, East Point, Stockbridge, Tucker, Fayetteville, Marietta, Decatur, Riverdale, and more!

Stressed and want to know if you have an STD? Our Atlanta labs offer same day testing for ten of the most common STDs. Be in and out quickly with sample collection that takes about 5 minutes. You will receive an email or text notification when results are ready to view in your secure online account as fast as 1 to 2 business days. All of our labs are CLIA-certified to meet the highest standards of excellence, precision, and integrity. 

Get the peace of mind your health, whether you’re getting your physician-recommended yearly check or are concerned about a specific sexual encounter. Get started now by ordering your test and visiting a nearby Atlanta lab.

STD Statistics for Atlanta

Gonorrhea cases reported in Atlanta in 2017
HIV diagnoses reported in Georgia in 2017
Chlamydia cases were reported in 2017

STD Information for Atlanta

In 2017, the Atlanta area saw increasing STD rates, mirroring the national rise in STDs over four consecutive years. In 2017, the Atlanta-Sandy Springs-Roswell area had 34,189 chlamydia cases and 12,373 gonorrhea reports.

In 2017, there were 2,698 new diagnoses of HIV in Georgia. 23% of Georgians diagnosed with HIV in 2017 were diagnosed with AIDS within 12 months. AIDS is considered a late-stage HIV infection, which indicates that unfortunately many people test late and miss opportunities to slow the advancement of the virus. The Georgia Department of Public Health endorses earlier testing which can improve treatment and prevention. (1) 

In 2017, Georgia ranked 4th in the United States for the highest rate of primary and secondary syphilis with 1,489 cases. Georgia also ranked 6th for the highest chlamydia rates by population (65,104 cases) and 9th for highest gonorrhea rates (22,667 cases). (2)

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports that each year, more than 20 million new STD cases occur in the U.S., half being from young people ages 15-24. Undiagnosed STDs cause 24,000 women to become infertile each year. Getting tested regularly is important to knowing your status, receiving treatment if necessary, and stemming the spread of the epidemic.


(1) “HIV Surveillance Fact Sheet.” Georgia Department of Public Health. 

(2) “Sexually Transmitted Diseases Surveillance 2017.” Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.