What are the Free or Low Cost STI test options in Murrysville,PA?

Chlamydia cases recorded in Westmoreland County in 2014 were 718 infections. This was at a relatively low rate of 198.1 per 100,000 population compared to the following year. This hiked to 788 infection cases in 2015 at a rate of 219.3 per 100000 population, indicating a need to prevent further spread of the disease in the county. 

HIV cases had a slight increase from 146 cases at a prevalence rate of 46 percent in 2012 to 152 cases reported in 2015 with a prevalence rate of 49 percent. In 2016, Gonorrhea infections that were recorded amounted to 133 cases at a rate of 37.8 per 100,000 population.

The Pennsylvania Department of Health tracks statistical data of STDs reported and uploads it to the Enterprise Data Dissemination Informatics Exchange database shared with the public health professionals to help make funding decisions and establishment of proper testing and treatment plans.

Some health facilities offering  STDs testing and treatment around Murrysville City include PPWP/Women’s Health Services located on Liberty Avenue, Pittsburg, and  Allegheny County Health Department Public Health Clinic situated on Wylie Avenue, Pittsburg.

Other options that you may choose to seek STD testing and treatment are the Birmingham Free Clinic on 44 9th street, Pittsburg, and Steel Valley Express Care on Browns Hill Road, Pittsburg.

There are a given number of health facilities around Murrysville offering free STD testing. However, the clients may experience setbacks like inadequate multiple payment methods. Another challenge to expect is prolonged waiting times for getting test results.

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Statistics reported is based on publicly available data sources such as CDC for Westmoreland County, PA. Data is normalized to accurately report Westmoreland County STD Breakdown.

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