Kaysville is part of the Ogden-Clearfield Utah Metropolitan Statistical Area in Davis county. The STD cases reported in Davis county were the highest with 61.6 percent with an average of 420.8 cases per 100,000 residents out of all the diseases reported. Most of these cases were among women and young people from the age group between 20-24.
In 2018, Chlamydia recorded 81 percent of all the STD cases reported which was the highest number with 1, 158 cases. It had increased by 5.9 percent from the 1,094 cases reported in 2017.
This was followed by gonorrhea that recorded 15.6 percent with 223 cases. Gonorrhea cases increased by 30 percent compared to the previous year, which reported 171 cases.
Syphilis was next with a record of 2.5percent and HIV with a record of 0.8 percent.
The Davis County Health Department has formed partnerships with local community health centers to offer affordable low-cost STD testing and promote awareness to all residents.
There are several STD testing facilities in Kaysville and surrounding regions that you could consider for STD testing services.
Northern Utah HIV-AIDS project located in Ogden UT and Kaysville Creekside InstaCare are some of the options you may visit. Besides that, you can also check out the Utah AIDS Foundation and the Davis County Health Services centers, which are open to the general public.
You may get a clinic that offers free STD testing and treatment, but they might have inconsistent hours, availability and waiting times.