Florida as a state was ranked third out of fifty states for the rate of chlamydia infection. The rate of infection in 2015 was 42,382 out of 100,000 people. As of 2018, it was found to be 44,891, showing a 6% increase. Country Club, Florida constituted 1,058 of the total figure in 2015 and 1,091 in 2018, amounting to a 3% increase in Country Club. The proportion of women with chlamydia relative to men with the STD was found to be two as to one.
In 2016, the rate of gonhorrea infection in Country Club was discovered to be 2,197 in 100,000 people. In 2018, there was a 4% increase to 2,284.
In 2015, an estimated 4,849 adults and adolescents were diagnosed with HIV in Florida. Country Club, Florida accounted for 1,289 of those cases. In 2018, the number of HIV diagnoses in Country Club rose to 305, a 5% increase. ,
Florida health officials encourage STD testing to lower risk of infection.
Country Club, Florida has a variety of sites that offer STD testing.
There are several testing facilities in Country Club, Florida and many of them may offer same day results. There are both public and private facilities. Some of the public facilities where testing might be done are CVS MinuteClinic, Jackson Health System Urgent Care, AdventHealth, AHF Wellness Center, Planned Parenthood PRC clinic.
The facilities mentioned above are public and offer counseling services as well as support. Additionally, they may offer advice on staying safe and ensuring the safety of sexual partners. There is a possibility that some of the facilities may offer free STD testing. However, results may take more than a week to come out.