STD rates are increasing in communities throughout Ramsey County, including in Roseville, MN.
State health records reveal that the number of reported chlamydia cases in Ramsey County (excluding St. Paul) rose from 575 cases in 2017 to 598 cases in 2018. The number of reported gonorrhea cases in Ramsey County (not including St. Paul) also increased, rising from 148 cases in 2017 to 211 cases in 2018.
Nationwide reports show that there were 75 newly reported cases of syphilis (all stages) in Ramsey County during 2016.
CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) records show an increase in HIV cases for Ramsey County, as the number of newly reported cases rose from 39 cases in 2016 to 48 cases in 2017.
A few health care centers in Roseville, MN, such as HealthEast Clinic – Roseville may offer STD testing. In addition, several private facilities and physicians might provide HIV or STD testing. Many of these practices are located along I-35 West, Snelling Avenue, and Country Road C West.
Nearby St. Paul also has numerous health care centers and clinics that may provide STD or HIV testing, such as Planned Parenthood – Rice Street Viking Drive West Health Center, Clinic 555, St. Paul – Ramsey County Public Health Center, and Options for Women East.
Some health care centers might list free STD testing, but you may need to meet specific income and residency requirements to obtain free services. Also, not all clinics offer comprehensive STD testing or immediate results.