The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported 116 HIV cases in 2017 in Layton City. Across the County, 3,169 cases of HIV infections were recorded in the year 2016. The Davis County Department of Health estimated that the highest percentage of people living with HIV is between 50 to 59 years.
In 2018, 1,158 cases of Chlamydia were reported in Davis County; a 5.9 percent increase from the 1,094 cases reported in 2017. Cases of Chlamydia were reported to be highest among the youths aged 20 to 24 years
In 2018, a total number of 223 cases of Gonorrhea were reported, which was a 30 percent increase from the 171 cases reported during 2017.
117 Syphilis cases were reported in 2017. The rate was 3.7 cases per 100,000 persons. This was an increase from the rate of 3.0 cases per 100,000 persons reported in 2016.
The Davis County Department of Health has responded to the high number of STDs occurring each year by promoting steps to prevent STDs. This includes educating the public on STDs and pushing for cost-effective treatment to address potential complications.
There are a few medical facilities where local Davis residents can access STD testing services.
The Davis County Health Services Department and the Davis Hospital and Medical Center are among the available alternatives you could consider.
Furthermore, you can also find Layton Parkway Clinic just around the neighborhood.
Some of the public clinics offer free testing, however, you might have to wait for about 1 to 2 weeks to receive your results. So, remember to be patient.