The sexually transmitted disease (STD) levels in Bloomingdale City, FL, have remained high, as per Hillsborough County STD data. According to the National Center for HIV/AIDS, Viral Hepatitis, STD, and TB Prevention (NCHHSTP), Hillsborough County had 2300 gonorrhea incidences per 100,000 persons in 2018. That year, the HIV prevalence rate was 323 cases per 100,000 persons.
Furthermore, Hillsborough County’s chlamydia rate was 8817 for every 100,000 individuals as per data from the 2018 County Health Rankings in Florida.
Hillsborough County Health Department and its partners are running high impact prevention approach to boost the efficiency of the current STDs intervention programs. CDC is currently funding the local infectious disease health department that focuses on HIV prevention.
To access STD/HIV testing services in Bloomingdale City, you may have various options. Consider heading to the University Community Hospital, St. Helena Hospital, or Brandon Regional Hospital. Other nearby medical centers that you can visit include St. Joseph Hospital South and Universal Hospital.
Should you think about going for the free STD testing services that may be provided at some health clinics, you might have to wait for the test results that may take over two weeks. In other facilities, you might have to pay if you want to consult a doctor not to mention doctors might not be available on-site for consultation. Also, time to see a doctor may be limited due to too many patients and limited working.