What are the STI test options in Hallandale Beach, FL?
Hallandale beach is in Broward County, which is said to be at the epicenter of Florida’s STD epidemic. The number of people living with a HIV diagnosis as at 2014 was 15940 at a prevalence rate of 1079, higher than that of all counties surrounding Broward in the North and South.
The county’s STDs count seems to have nearly tripled in the last decade. The latest statistics show 8,048 cases of Chlamydia, 2,356 cases of Gonorrhea, and 265 cases of Syphilis.
The Center for Disease Control gave a shocking report in 2017 that marked the highest number ever reported. According to the report, 2.3 million STD/HIV cases were diagnosed compared to 2016 which had 200000 less cases.
“Broward has the latest and most advanced STDs testing as well as treatment program in the United States.” Jeffrey D. Klausner Professor of Medicine and Public Health at UCLA.
Fortunately, there is help. There are numerous public and private facilities in Hallandale Beach, where you can visit and have an STD test done. Some of them may offer free STD testing, but at times you may have to wait for the results for a few days and bookable appointments may not be an option.
Some of this clinics are; Broward Community and Family Health Centers Incorporated Services which offers Chlamydia test, Gonorrhea test, Hepatitis A and B vaccine and test, Syphilis test, HIV test, and Conventional HIV blood test. You may also visit MD Now Urgent Care located at Hallandale Beach Blvd. and get to know your HIV/STD status.
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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.