Confidential Online STD Testing
You will be through with your test in 5 minutes or less. Our goal is to make sure your test is easy so we do not require extra paperwork at the test centers. There is no required visit to a doctor's office to take advantage of our online STD testing service in the 10306 area.
If you must cancel your testing for any reason, just let us know and you'll get your money back within 1 to 2 days. Comprehensive STD testing should screen for ALL of the most common sexually transmitted diseases- HIV, hepatitis A, B, and C, herpes- 1 & 2, gonorrhea and chlamydia, and syphilis- the way ours does. If you need help understanding STD lingo, check out our STD terms glossary.
We built our website to make it easy for you to find a center close to you when you enter your zip code. Your purpose for visiting our labs will remain a secret because we also screen for other non-STD related infections. You can expect a consumer-friendly experience when you visit our labs, we designed them to give you the kind of experience we would expect when we use the system ourselves.
Staten Island, New York STD Data
Data collected by the federal government and the health department of New York is published each year with infection categories and communicability rates for Staten Island.
Get educated now if you want to defend yourself against STDs.
- In 2009, the number of deaths due to HIV in New York was more than double the national average.
- The number of reported AIDS cases in New York City was 2,905 in 2011.
- In 2011, New York ranked 4th in the country for estimated HIV diagnoses.
- As of 2011, 1.4% of New York City's population was HIV-positive.
- Monroe County had the 2nd highest number of diagnosed chlamydia infections in New York in 2011 with 5009.
Get an STD test today if you recently had sexual intercourse. Different STDs require different tests. The most commonly transmitted infectious diseases in New York and the United States of America include STDs like gonorrhea, chlamydia, hepatitis A, hepatitis B, hepatitis C, HIV-1, HIV-2, syphilis, oral herpes, and genital herpes.