The Kentucky Cabinet for Health and Family Services tables an annual report that sheds light on the prevalence of HIV within various Area Development Districts in Kentucky. The Bluegrass Region which hosts Scott County registered 26 cases in 2017 which marked a decrease from 66 cases that were reported in 2016 at a rate of 8.1 for every 100,000 individuals.
The Scott County Health Department received 900 new diagnoses for Chlamydia in 2014, which was a significant decrease compared to the 945 cases that were received the previous year.
The number of persons newly diagnosed with Gonorrhea also exhibited a decrease between 2013 and 2014, with health officials confirming 146 new cases of infection in 2013 and 112 cases in 2014.
However, the department noticed a rise in the number of new cases of Syphilis infections in 2014, which was 36 compared to the 27 cases reported in 2013.
The Scott County Health Department directs plenty of communal resources to ensure the quality distribution of health services. For instance, the department works closely with the WEDCO District Health Department in offering comprehensive health education programs that improve the overall understanding of nutrition, hygiene, teen sex life, and prevention of STDs. The health department also links patients to the Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program and the AIDS Drug Assistance Program which provide financial assistance to PLWHA.
There are plenty of public and private clinics within Georgetown, NH, that may avail free STD testing. Georgetown OB-GYN Associates, Scott County Health Centre, Georgetown Community Hospital, and AVOL Kentucky are among the testing centers you may visit.
Although these clinics may offer free screening services, some clinics open their doors at inconvenient hours and may require you to explicitly book an appointment for you to receive health care.