What are the STI test options in Goldsboro, NC?
Goldsboro is a town in Wayne County, North Carolina. Recent data from Wayne County shows the STD rates for cases of HIV is 10.7, cases of Syphilis is 16.9, cases of Gonorrhea is 337.5, and for Chlamydia it is 668.5 for every 100,000 people.
“We had 85 positive for gonorrhea, 299 positive for chlamydia, 14 positive for syphilis, four new HIV cases and 21 positive for herpes,” Josa Raynor-Vaughn, supervisor of the communicable disease department of Wayne County said.
Goldsboro population health is managed under the Wayne County Public Health Department. The Public Health Department has a county-wide community Epi-Team that surveys, investigates, and recommends controls and measures to prevent the spread of diseases.
The county also has a health promotion/education division that works with community groups that are eligible to provide health information and promote positive policy and environmental changes.
When considering locations, there are a few options within Goldboro. There is a Wayne County STD clinic on North Herman St that provides STD testing. Other options include Immediate Care of Goldsboro on Medical Office Pl and Medstat Center on Wayne Memorial Dr.
In neighboring towns, there is a Johnston County Health Department in Smithfield on Brightleaf Blvd and a Wilson County Health Department in Wilson on Glendale Dr SW.
While some of the clinics may offer free STD testing, other clinics may not have comprehensive free testing. Some locations in the area require appointments or are only open certain hours.
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