The HIV infection cases in Sun City, Riverside, were 4,269 with a prevalence rate of 253 per 100,000 individuals.
Chlamydia remained the most reported STD in Riverside County with the highest incidence rate among females between the ages of 20 to 24 years. In 2015, there were 11,167 cases reported with a prevalence rate of 467.3.
Cases of Gonorrhea infection in 2015 were 2,000 with a prevalence rate of 93.0 per 100,000 individuals. Female infections were higher by 65 percent while male infections were 35 percent.
Syphilis cases were on the lower side with 600 cases with a prevalence rate of 9.1 per 100,000 individuals being reported in 2015. Women were the most affected, having75 percent of the total share, compared to men who only had 25 percent.
The Sun City Department of Health has a program called the AIDS Drug Assistance Program which helps in improving the quality of STDs information. There is also the Resources For Local California STD Programs whose aim is to enhance the local capacity for disease intervention through standardized hands-on training.
There are some medical facilities available in Sun city where you may access free STD testing. Examples of these hospitals include Planned Parenthood – Riverside Family Planning Center, Riverside Medical Clinic Moreno Valley, and Pomona Community Health Center.
However, you may not access free STD testing in some medical facilities. Additionally, some STD results may not be available immediately after testing, and you may be needed to wait for the result for about one or more weeks.