What are the STI test options in Newnan,GA?
As of 2013, chlamydia was the most common STD in Coweta County and had a prevalence rate of 159 per 100,000 people. Conversely, gonorrhea and syphilis trailed significantly behind chlamydia in prevalence. In 2018, Coweta County had an HIV prevalence rate of 196 per 100,000 people, with 223 diagnosed cases in the county.
In Coweta County in 2017, the STD prevalence rate among people age fifteen to nineteen was 16.8 per 1000.
STD testing is offered at the Pathways Center and the Georgia Department of Public Health (District 4 Public Health) on Hospital Rd. People can also obtain STD testing at YourTown Health on Main St.
The Pathways CSB and the Georgia Department of Public Health (District 4 Public Health) on Franklin Pkwy also provide STD testing for the community.
These services may also be offered at the Tanner Medical Center on Dixie St. as well as the District 4 Public Health (Meriwether County Health Department) on Gay Connector Rd.
Free STD testing services that may be offered at various locations, however, these sites may not offer comprehensive testing and the tests may be limited. Plus, many locations may have long waitlists and may not offer an option to schedule the appointment in advance. Plus, some locations may not offer walk-in services.
In addition, many locations that offer free services may not provide medical consultation or prescriptions for people who test positive for STD’s and some of the services may require upfront fees.
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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.