What are the STI test options in Cicero,NY?
Cicero is a town north of Syracus in Onondaga County, New York. Recent data from the county reports that the rate of chlamydia is 558.6, gonorrhea is 214.7, syphilis is 2.8, and HIV is 289.6 for every 100,000 people.
“There is an imminent threat in our community,” Onondaga County’s health commissioner said. “If you have unprotected sex and you are not in a monogamous relationship, your chance of getting gonorrhea is higher today by far than it was last year.”
Onondaga County manages the health of the population of Cicero. The county investigates, follows cases including notification of the partner when indicated, surveys the population, and tracks reporting in addition to testing and treatment.
In the city of Cicero, there is an urgent care clinic on US-11 and a FamilyCare of Cicero clinic on Elta Drive. In nearby North Syracuse, there is a Compassionate Family Medicine North clinic on South Main St.
Other options in the area include the Onondaga County Family Planning Clinic on West Taft Road in North Syracuse, FamilyCare Medical Group on Bartell Road in Cicero, and North Medical Urgent Care Clinic at the cross streets of West Taft Road and Buckley Road in North Syracuse.
Some clinics may offer free STD testing, while others are free for some STD tests but not all. There may be no doctor available on site at some clinics, may have inconvenient hours, or costs may not be up front.
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- Please contact the individual public clinic to confirm pricing. Test pricing at public clinics many times depend on income and welfare eligibility.