What are the STI test options in Winter Park,FL?
Winter Park, FL, less than 10 miles from Orlando, can’t escape the STD crisis in the area. Orange County, where the city’s located, is seeing the number of gonorrhea infections increase. In 2015, they had 2,203 new cases, and by 2018, that went up to 2,948.
It’s more than gonorrhea. Chlamydia is also on the rise. From 2015 to 2018, the number of new diagnoses went from 8,019 to 9,925. Syphilis is making a return with 239 new infections in 2015 jumping to 278 in 2018.
Medical practitioners in the Orlando area are concerned about the significant increases in the area’s STD rates and are working on expanding community services that increase STI awareness and testing. In 2014, the area was listed as the fifth riskiest city in the U.S. for contracting HIV.
There are dozens of locations that provide STD testing in and near Winter Park. Many sites include treatment and follow-up care at the same facility. Anchor Direct Primary care offers STI services in Orlando at the intersection of N Orange Ave and E Hazel St. This center is also accessible by bus route #102 that stops on the opposite corner from the building.
Another option is the Orlando Immunology Center on the corner of Mc Camy St and N Mills Ave. CrewHealth on Commodity Cir in Orlando also offers STI screenings.
Some sites might provide free STD testing. You will need proof of income to receive services and they may not include treatment or follow-up care.
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