Windham, NH, in Rockingham County, had an HIV prevalence of 197 at a rate of 77, which went up to 208 at a rate of 80 in both 2017 and 2018, and then dropped to 189 at a rate of 72 in 2020.
This suburban town also reported 394 Chlamydia infections at a rate of 130.9 in 2014, which almost doubled to 772 diseases at a rate of 254 in 2016, and significantly reduced to 675 conditions at a rate of 220.3 in 2018.
35 people were diagnosed with the common Gonorrhea STD in 2015 at a rate of 11.6, which gradually rose to 90 in 2018 at a higher rate of 29.4.
The infectious Syphilis was also frequent in the county as 18 people tested positive in 2014 at a rate of 6.0, and 20 other people were positively diagnosed in 2018 at a rate of 6.5.
Rockingham County Health Department partners with the local health departments to advocate for safe sex behaviors and distribute free female and male condoms to residents to curb the spread of sexually transmitted diseases. It also provides STD/HIV prevention education and counseling services.
Most general hospitals in Windham, NH, may offer free STD testing services to residents interested in learning about their sexual health condition. Still, the results might take longer to be released or delivered via a phone call.
Health facilities such as Planned Parenthood – Derry Health Center, Elliot Urgent Care at Londonderry, St. Joseph Hospital, and Hampstead Hospital are easily accessible for residents in and around the suburban town that want all-inclusive sexual health services.