What are the STI test options in Plainfield,IN?
Plainfield is a town located in Hendricks County. According to the Indiana State Department of Health report of 2017, Hendricks County, had 15 new HIV cases, and 190 people were living with HIV infections.
Chlamydia cases had gone up from 374 in 2015 to 469 in 2017, and from the year 2016 to 2017 Gonorrhea cases had reduced from 100 cases to 93 cases. Syphilis cases were less than five by the year 2017.
Hendricks County residents are encouraged to know their HIV and STD status, and the women are also encouraged to see if they are pregnant and visit a doctor early in their pregnancy.
“It’s vital to be aware of your HIV status so that you can get proper medical care if needed.” Dr. David Stopperich, Head officer for the HCHD.
In Plainfield town, there are plenty of public and private facilities that provide STD testing services. Some of the public clinics may offer free STD testing though people will know why you are there and the free tests might also not be comprehensive.
Hendricks County Health Department Nursing Division has a clinic located at 355 S Washington Ste 210, which is 7.59 miles from Plainfield town. The clinic offers the following STD tests, Gonorrhea test, Syphilis test, Chlamydia test, HIV Conventional Blood test, Herpes test as well as HIV test.
You can also visit HealthNet incorporated, located at 1522 W Morris St. Located at 38th St is Eskenazi Health 11.10 miles from Penfield town.
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