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  • Privacy is not guaranteed, and appointments can be embarrassing
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Welcome Pensacola, Florida

Known for its beautiful beaches and sunny weather the city of Pensacola, Florida is also becoming famous for its rising Chlamydia, Gonorrhea, Hepatitis B, C, Herpes, Syphilis and Gonorrhea rates. This makes it important for residents to take advantage of one of the city’s STD clinics. While there are free STD testing centers in Pensacola, FL the long lines have many residents searching for a more convenient option. Now you can schedule private STD testing with one simple phone call and only spend 15 to 20 minutes at a local lab. This way you’ll even have time to visit the Pensacola lighthouse.


The following public facilities provide Pensacola, Florida 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 Test Statistics in Pensacola

 

According to the Department of Health in Escambia County, which includes the city, the age group most at risk for contracting an STD is 20-34 year olds. Within that age group most of them are said to be African American women. The amount of people in the county that have chlamydia and/or gonorrhea is much higher than the national average. In fact, on the list of counties with STD infected residents, gonorrhea comes in 10th and chlamydia comes in 13th.

  • Between 2004 and 2014 the infectious syphilis rate increased to double the amount it had been before. The rate rose from two percent to 47 percent in the 10 year period.
  • Chlamydia diagnoses have also risen, and in 2012 the number of reported chlamydia cases in the area rose from 904 all the way to 1,824 diagnoses.
  • Between 2008 and 2012 the number of cases of HIV reported rose from 19 to 46.

 

Of all the counties in the state Escambia ranks number two when it comes to cases of HIV and AIDS. For every 44 African American males that live in the county one of them has HIV. When it comes to newly reported AIDS cases in the county, 25 percent of those infected were no more than 25 years old. Over 50 percent of all adults living in the county who have HIV or AIDS are African American. Due to the number of reported STD cases several testing sites are found locally.

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Sexual Health Education and STD Testing

 

Any student attending high school in the city is required to complete lessons that include preventing STDs such as AIDS and HIV. It is at the discretion of the local school board to add additional STD lessons to the required curriculum. This includes discussing abstinence and other protective measures.

At the University of West Florida campus students can undergo HIV testing for free. No appointment is necessary as students are taken on a first come, first served basis. The University also supplies students with information on where to get an HIV test off campus.

In total, there are 11 STD testing facilities in the area, though seven of the 11 facilties can test for any STD whatsoever. Many urgent care clinics will also test for HIV as well as Herpes. Facilities throughout the county that test for STDs also offer confidential counseling sessions and will also educate residents on all of the risks of STDs and what can be done to prevent contracting them.

Discreet testing is offered on a walk in basis to anyone that fears they have contracted an STD. Comprehensive testing is always performed carefully and confidentially. With the rise of cases in STD diagnoses the community has taken steps to educate students and other young people on the dangers of STDs. This is a problem that is taken very seriously throughout the county at both the high school and college/university level, in order to keep residents healthy.

 

Demographics and Sexual Health

 

For 193 years, the amount of time that the Escambia County Department of Health has existed, Syphilis has been an issue among the county’s residents, many of whom are in their twenties and thirties. The disease has threatened the lives of many county residents.

Two of the factors that are said to contribute to this problem are high rates of illiteracy and poverty throughout the county. A leading cause of death among African American females living in the county that are between the ages of 25 and 44 is HIV and AIDS.

Since HIV is such a problem on the campus of the University of West Florida, faculty members meet several times a year in order to coordinate their efforts to fight back against any new STD infections that affect their campus and community.

Many residents do not have proper medical insurance, making it difficult for them to be tested for STDs. Those living in the neighborhood who have no health insurance can still get free treatment of any STD, thanks to the nationally recognized Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program.

To mark the December 1st occurrence of World AIDS Day the downtown area is the site of an awareness rally. At the 2014 rally, 50 residents witnessed the presentation of a proclamation to mark the day. The ultimate goal of this rally is to work to completely wipe out HIV in the city. It has increased awareness of the fight against HIV as well as AIDS.

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STD Testing for Better Sexual Health

 

Free testing days are a frequent occurrence in the area allowing anyone who suspects they may be infected with an STD to find out for sure. The many options available to locals include walk in clinics, testing centers and even campus health care centers. If you want to avoid the long lines and crowded waiting rooms there is a faster and easier way to get tested for STIS. With one simple phone call you can schedule confidential STD testing and only spend a few minutes at a local lab. This way you can take care of your sexual health and still have time to tour the historic village.

 

http://www.floridahealth.gov/%5C/diseases-and-conditions/sexually-transmitted-diseases/index.html

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