Same-Day Confidential STD Testing
Our nationwide network of physicians with prescription writing authority makes it possible for us to provide the fastest STD diagnosis and treatment in Hialeah, Florida. We keep the testing process streamlined by offering tests that require a small blood or urine sample. Find out how to get treated for an STD quickly with a specialist referral from one of our doctors in Hialeah, Florida.
The many payment methods we accept- credit and debit cards, e-checks, prepaid gift cards with the Visa, MasterCard, American Express, or Discover logo, PayPal, and health savings accounts- mean lots of options for you at checkout. Our adherence to the HIPAA Privacy Rule helps keep your private information safe and secure. 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.
We provide a healthcare consumer-friendly experience and we built our system to treat you courteously, just like we will like to be treated when we visit. Enter your zip code on our website to search for centers in your neighborhood. Our labs conduct tests for many diseases and others in the lab will not know why you are there.
Hialeah, Florida Sexually Transmitted Infections Information
The health department of Florida and the federal government gather data each year about STD and HIV infection rates and transmission categories in Hialeah. By getting informed, you help stop the transfer of STDs by protecting yourself against them.
- Florida's estimated HIV-related death rate was more than double the national average in 2010.
- Miami-Dade County had the highest number of gonorrhea infections in 2012.
- Broward County had the third highest number of gonorrhea infections in 2012.
- There were 1,240 male syphilis infections in Florida in 2012.
- Miami-Dade County had the highest number of HIV infection in 2012 in Florida.
Your health should be important to you. Get tested on a regular basis to confirm that you are STD-free. Florida STD testing is necessary. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reports that 50% of all Americans will contract a sexually transmitted disease in their lifetime.