When you choose to test with Accurate, STD testing in Grand Junction will be practical and fast. We realize that your routine is hectic, and you need access to professional STD testing quickly. Just stop by your chosen laboratory whenever it is easy, after you have ordered testing. We’ve also taken the tension of waiting for weeks to receive results out of the experience. Accurate has your test results ready in 24-72 hours so you can have the assurance you deserve as quickly as possible. Our Grand Junction testing centers would be more than happy to provide your results over the phone. These results may be viewed online 24 hours a day, 7 days a week with the use of our secure online portal as well. Due to our more than 4,000 testing centers stationed across the country, you will be sure to find one near you.
Commitment to QualityOur professionally trained sexual health counselors are a team of experts that we've assembled with you in mind. We know that STI testing can be a very taxing experience with a considerable amount of unknowns. Our team has years of experience to support you at every phase of the testing process. We can help you choose a test that suits your sexual health needs. We can help you pick a test location that matches your criteria for confidentiality and accessibility. We are trained at providing your results without judgment, and we are fully prepared to help talk you through the implications of the outcomes of your test. We will help you understand what your results indicate, and we are here to assist you on the path to recovery. Likewise, if you have any everyday customer support inquiries or worries, we are available by phone to provide you the help you require. We also collaborate with a system of physicians who are committed to providing you accurate and credible guidance for your STD testing needs. When assigning your test requisition and to help translate your results, they are there for you. If you need it, they are also available to help you with the treatment and recovery process. With Accurate, you will receive accommodating STD testing options near you in Grand Junction.
Our Locations for STD Testing In Grand JunctionOur labs can be found throughout the country, granting you the opportunity to choose the most hassle-free and private lab for you. We partner with Quest Diagnostics to process our tests in CLIA certified labs. Quest Diagnostics provides FDA approved testing for a wide array of applications.
790 Wellington Ave #102
Grand Junction, Colorado 81501
Some STDs come with symptoms, others do not. We offer a wide variety of STD testing options. If you need help, our care counselors will guide you every step of the way.
After picking your test and location, our physicians will provide you with a requisition to visit a testing center. The entire testing process should only take 5-10 minutes. All of the testing centers are discreet, and no one will know you are there for STD testing.
When your sexual health is weighing on your mind, getting results can feel like an eternity. Our STD test results are typically available in 3 business days or less and can be accessed online through a secure patient portal.
Incidence RatesColorado is a state with a number of cities. Within more densely populated locations, it is very easy for STD infections to spread rapidly. It's essential for residents of Colorado to remember to practice safe sex and get STD tested regularly to avoid being caught up in the growing STD infection numbers in Colorado. According to the CDC's surveillance report, there were more than a million newly reported cases of chlamydia in 2014. Here are just a few of the statistics Colorado residents should take note of for newly reported STD infections. Keep in mind these are only the numbers for new cases that are diagnosed and reported. Many STDs go undiagnosed as the individuals who are infected don't show signs.
reported cases of Chlamydia in Colorado in 2014
reported cases of Gonorrhea in Colorado in 2014
reported cases of Syphilis in Colorado in 2014
Keep in mind these are only the numbers for new cases that are diagnosed and reported. Many STDs go undiagnosed as the people who are infected don’t show symptoms.