What are the STI test options in Tooele,UT?
There was an increment in the number of HIV infections in Toole City, Utah from 35 cases at a rate of 32 in 2014 to 83 infections at a rate of 67 in 2018.
A significant number of residents had Chlamydia infections. In 2008, there were 83 infections at a rate of 148.5, which escalated to 191 at a rate of 283.1 in 2017.
There was a steady rise in Gonorrhea infections from 10 at a rate of 17.9 in 2008 to 43 at a rate of 63.7 in 2017. The rate of infections was highest in the male population compared to the female population.
Syphilis infections were not only low but they also remained constant over the years with only one case reported in 2008. In 2017, the number was still the same as it was in 2008.
To eradicate the number of STI/HIV infections, the Tooele County Department of Health has been engaging the community through events and workshops. This has enabled the community to gain factual HIV information and become knowledgeable on how to lessen sexual risk and enhance sexual health.
To access STD/HIV services in Toole city you may check-in at Toole Valley Urgent Care or the Planned Parenthood – West Valley Health Center. You may also visit Mountain West Medical Center and Tooele County Health Department that are also around the area.
Some health care facilities may offer free STD testing services however, they may not serve walk-in patients and results might only be released after one to two weeks.
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- Please contact the individual public clinic to confirm pricing. Test pricing at public clinics many times depend on income and welfare eligibility.