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Free and Low Cost Public STD Clinics

  • Can take weeks to get an appointment
  • Opening hours vary per clinic
  • Test selection can be limited
  • Results take 1-2 weeks on average.
  • If treatment is necessary, you'll need to make a second appointment
  • Privacy is not guaranteed, and appointments can be embarrassing
  • May not be free or covered by insurance

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Safer STD Private Partner Clinics

  • You can order your test online or by phone today, no appointment necessary
  • Most labs open Monday – Saturday, walk in for a fast, discreet, 15-minute visit
  • FDA-approved or gold standard-rated STD tests
  • Results available within 3 business days
  • If treatment is needed, you’ll get immediate support from an on-site doctor via phone consultation and guidance through the next steps
  • Your information remains private and secure
  • Pricing starts at $65

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Welcome Koolaupoko, Hawaii

Koolaupoko, HI is world famous for having the characteristics of paradise on earth. Located in the Honolulu area, it offers tourists and residents a coastline for beach recreation or an escape to the lush valleys and hills which are dotted with rustic Hawaiian farms, picnicking areas and scenic views. Shopping, fine dining and city life are within a short drive. It makes a great place for a relaxing getaway. Living on the island is a small bit of heaven on earth with friendly locals who welcome visitors, but the hidden danger that lurks in the area is growing rate of STD infections.

The following public facilities provide Koolaupoko, Hawaii Area residents with free or low-cost STD tests including Chlamydia, Gonorrhea, Hepatitis B, Hepatitis C, Herpes, HIV, and Syphilis.

For Confidential, Private and Same day STD testing Call: 1-888-380-5571 (6am-10pm 7 Days) or click here >>

STD testing statistics for Koolaupoko, HI

STD rates are high and on the rise. Chlamydia, Syphilis, Herpes, Hepatitis B and C and Gonorrhea cases are being monitored by county health department professionals. The sexual health of the city is at some peril for residents who are in high risk categories. The best remedy is for people in these groups to get tested. Private STD testing clinics are standing by along with free centers for low income clients, to offer these vital services. Ordering testing is easy and it only takes a 15 to 20 minute visit to a local clinic to finish the process.

The analysts and statisticians at the Center for Disease Control work hard to collect and assemble STD statistics for each state, county and metropolitan area in the country. They gather data from each region for inclusion in a nationwide database that shows STD rates for each metropolitan area, county and state. A joint effort between local health departments and health care providers makes it possible to include the number of tests administered with particulars including results, age, gender, ethnicity and financial status of each client tested. No personally identifying information is given out so the testing process is totally confidential and private. The following statistics show the rates of infection for certain STD types per 100,000 in population in this region.

  • Gonorrhea- 72.6
  • Syphilis (all types)- 4.8
  • Chlamydia- 457.2

STD Testing Koolaupoko, HI

Hawaii is not the highest ranking state for STDs, but it does land somewhere in the middle for most types. The Gonorrhea and Syphilis rates are coming down, but Chlamydia is the predominant type that is still too high for health department staff comfort. Chlamydia is twice as high in women when compared with the rates for men, particularly for those who are of Black and Native ancestry.

Demographics and STD testing rates

CDC staff work diligently to analyze patterns in test results to find clues that help to identify the risk factors so they can inform the public about it. It is believed that the STD infection rates would show a big increase if everyone in high risk categories were to get tested. The majority of the problem with the rapid spread is that the people who may need testing and treatment the most are either unaware of this, or do not have the resources to get these services. People from financially disadvantaged backgrounds are at the highest risk because of fewer resources and a lack of education about sexual health. There is a tendency for them to be unaware of prevention methods and the resources that are at hand to help them.

Education is the solution

Getting vital information and referrals to available help centers is one of the top challenges. Some things that are being done include mandatory sex ed courses in the public schools. Students learn about the potential consequences of unprotected sex including unwanted pregnancy and STD infection along with sign, symptoms and the resources that they can use if they do suspect an STD. They know where they can get a Herpes test or HIV testing. This practice has been ongoing for several years and the rates for teenagers has not significantly dropped, indicating that new strategies need to be implemented with those already in place.

All pregnant women are routinely screened for STDs when they go in for their prenatal care. This is a national standard to help prevent the incidences of babies being still-born or born with disabilities because the parent was infected and not treated. This strategy has helped to reduce the number of infections that are passed on from parent to child, but has not solved the problem.

How is risk assessed

The stats show that ethnicity, age, financial status and gender have some bearing on risk. Populations with the highest infection rates across the board are Blacks, Native Americans/Alaskan Indians and Hispanics. These trends have become more pronounced through the past decade of tracking and analysis as an upward rising trend. Women are diagnosed with Chlamydia, which is the most predominantly seen time at two to three times the frequency as men. Men have higher rates of Gonorrhea and Syphilis infection that women do and men who have male to male sex are at the greatest risk for Gonorrhea, Syphilis, HIV and Chlamydia.

Everyone must do their part

Bringing the high number of STDs down is something that takes total involvement. It means taking the proper precautions for the prevention of infection and if you are at any risk whatsoever, it’s important to get tested. Private and confidential testing services are available for you. If you cannot afford the costs, locate a free clinic. You’ll be charged in accordance with your income level and you may qualify for free or reduced testing fees. Ordering the testing is very easy, and completion of the process just takes a few moments of your time visiting a local lab. Friendly and professional staff will assist you and answer your questions. It doesn’t take long for the results to arrive so you can enjoy greater peace of mind, or get any treatment that may be required if you do test positive. Maintaining your sexual health is important for you, your partner and for everyone who loves and cares about you. Once you’ve experienced it, you’ll see how fast, easy and totally confidential STD testing is. If you have a friend who is concerned about their sexual health, encourage them to do the same.




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