Local STD Testing Centers
We will not ask you humiliating questions at the lab - we do not ask questions at all. All payments for STD tests through STDcheck.com appear as FPK Services on your billing statement. Our competitors do not check for hepatitis A as part of their test panel - we do.
Because the hospitals in your area depend on the same labs we process our STD tests with, you know that our service is the highest quality. Our compliance with the HIPAA Privacy Rule helps keep your personal information safe and secure. The many payment methods we take- credit and debit cards, e-checks, prepaid gift cards with the Visa, MasterCard, American Express, or Discover logo, PayPal, and health savings accounts- mean plenty of options for you at checkout.
Your health insurer will never see your test results nor will we ever add them to your permanent medical records. We will email your test results immediately they become available. Test results will be made available on smartphones, PCs and tablets.
Harwich, Massachusetts STI Information
If you want to protect yourself against STDs, start by getting educated. Each year, the federal government and the health department of Massachusetts collect and report data about the communicability and infection categories of STDs in Harwich.
- In 2011, bi-racial Massachusetts residents had an estimated rate of 19.7 HIV infections per 100,000 people.
- In 2010, Massachusetts ranked 40 out of all 50 states with the highest chlamydia infections.
- Men reported 7,000 chlamydia infections in Massachusetts in 2011.
- Massachusetts had a estimated rate of 22.5 HIV diagnoses per 100,000 people in 2011.
- In 2011, Massachusetts received a total of $88,244,705 in federal HIV/AIDS grant funding.
Testing for sexually transmitted diseases is essential for residents of Massachusetts, especially for those who are sexually active. We believe that in order to protect yourself and your partner, you should receive annual tests at one of our local Massachusetts test locations close to you. Most people infected with STDs are not even aware that they are and unknowingly spread them. Testing for common diseases, including HIV-1 and HIV-2, helps prevent the spread of these diseases.