The devastating STD rates in Cuyahoga County have trickled down to other areas including Solon City. Surprisingly, the county ranks among the top 20 counties in the US with the highest rates of chlamydia and gonorrhea.
A 2013-2015 Cuyahoga County STD Report showed a decrease in the number decrease in the number of chlamydia cases. In 2013, there were 10,052 incidences before a drop to 8,982 in 2014. In 2015, the number increased by 11%, resulting in a total of 9,087 cases.
After documenting 3,716 gonorrhea cases in 2012, there has been a steady decrease in gonorrhea cases. In 2015, the number dwindled to 3,031 with a rate of 236.8.
The Cuyahoga Regional HIV Services Planning Council operates the Ryan White Part A Program aims to increase the number of underinsured and uninsured PLWHA in medical care services. Furthermore, the Planning Council plans the delivery of HIV care and other resources across six Ohio counties.
If you’re in search of STD specialty clinics near Solon, you can go to the Cuyahoga County Board of Health West Side clinic along Venture Dr or the East Side South Pointe Hospital in Ste 205, Harvard Ave in Warrensville Heights.
Otherwise, you may also consider a visit to the Planned Parenthood Cleveland Health Center.
Other medical centers within Solon may offer free STD testing, but they have shortcomings. For instance, these clinics may open and operate at inconsistent times and tests done might not be comprehensive. Additionally, clients who test positive to STDs may not get after care prescriptions.