What are the STI test options in Clermont,FL?
There has been a rising trend in the number of HIV cases in Lake County from 34 at a rate of 17.3 in 1998 to 50 infections at a rate of 15.0 and in in 2017.
The County health reports noted a fluctuating trend in Gonorrhea infections over the last decade. Despite the fluctuation, the infections still rose from 310 at a rate of 110.3 in 2006 to 349 at a rate of 101.9 in 2018.
Chlamydia infections have been persistently growing at a high rate over the last decade. The infections gained from 550 at a rate of 195.8 in 2006 to 1,220 at a rate of 356.4 in 2018. Syphilis infections surged from 11 at a rate of 3.1 in 2006 to 66 infections at a rate of 19.3 in 2018.
The Lake County Department of Health is working together with some corrections institutions to reduce the number of HIV infections among people who are incarcerated or released from the correctional facilities.
To access STD/HIV services you may visit medical centers in the city like Orlando Health South Lake Hospital and Orlando Regional Medical. If you prefer immediate and specialized sexual health care services, you may consider facilities such as Clermont Urgent Care and Planned Parenthood – Kissimmee Health Center.
Free STD testing services are rarely offered in Clermont city Medical centers, but if you are fortunate to find one, then you may have to book an appointment in advance. Test results may also take more than a week.
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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.