South Florida has a big problem with STDs, and there are many reasons for it, including insufficient sex education, high poverty levels (not everyone who lives in paradise is rich), and high numbers of vacationers. Broward County’s HIV prevalence rates are even higher than those of Miami-Dade, at 1,180 in 2015. That year, there were 18,867 living with HIV or AIDS in Broward County.
The chlamydia rate in 2017 was 599 per 100K people, higher than Florida’s rate of 486.8, and rising. The gonorrhea rate was 209.1, and the infectious syphilis rate was 17.5.
There are some STD-testing clinics in Pembroke Pines, and there are even more options if you can get to Fort Lauderdale or Hollywood (and you may be able to find free STD testing in the larger cities). AssociatesMD Urgent Care provides STI screening, and you can find them at Flamingo Falls.
Planned Parenthood is located on N University Dr and tests for STIs and treats all except HIV for a low fee based on your income. Family Medical Center is located on the same street. The South Florida Doctors Group on Hiatus Rd offers full STD panels.