What are the STI test options in Florence, AL?
Florence, located in Lauderdale County, has seen 465 reported cases of STDs at a rate of 499.5 per 100,000 people. Florence has a reported population of 93,096.
Chlamydia is reported at 85.59% of the population of Lauderdale County, while 11.61% of the population has been reported to be infected with gonorrhea.
Only 1.94% of the population has HIV/AIDS and less that 1% of the population has been reported to have syphilis. There were no reports of any type of herpes in Lauderdale County.
“CDC funds the Alabama State health department to prioritize cost-effective and scalable programs and policies that will have the greatest impact on HIV prevention in the state’s most affected communities and regions.
Funding supports evidence-based disease monitoring, service delivery, staff development, routine program evaluation, and research on preventing HIV.” CDC
Florence has several STD testing sites. Thrive Alabama is located on South Pine Street Southwest, Shoals Women’s Clinic on Cloyd Boulevard, and Family Health Care Clinic – Muscle Shoals on Physician’s Drive, Suite A in nearby Muscle Shoals. Family Health Care Clinic in Florence can be found on South Marengo.
Private clinics can offer testing for HIV/AIDS and other STDs, providing privacy and the ability to skip long lines.
Not all clinics offer free STD testing, although many of these clinics offer STD testing services at a sliding scale fee, dependent on income and welfare eligibility. However, you may have to wait a little longer for your test results.
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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.