When you take your STD test in Valdosta with Accurate, your test will be rapid, efficient, and free from any hassle. We know that you have a lot on your plate and that you need fast and immediate access to STD testing. So once you’ve booked your test, you can just arrive at the facility you have chosen whenever it works best for you.
We have also worked hard to reduce the amount of time it takes for your results to return. We will have your results ready in one to three days, so you spend minimal time waiting to hear back. We can either call you from one of our Valdosta centers and let you know your results over the phone, or you can find them yourself by logging into our online portal, which is available 24/7.
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.
Your confidentiality is of the utmost importance and we ensure your results are made available to no one but you.
Tests on the Same Day
Book a test and take it later that day.
Your results are made available in 24 to 72 hours.
Different Options for Treatment
What can you Expect at our Valdosta Testing Centers?
Accurate STD’s testing centers are a lot faster than other options out there, which means you won’t be left hanging around waiting for those all-important results.
Where are Our Locations for Testing STDs in Valdosta, GA?
We partner with Quest Diagnostics to process our tests in labs certified by CLIA. The FDA has approved the Quest Diagnostics testing and it is used for a variety of purposes. The labs are in countrywide locations, allowing you to find the most hassle-free and discreet lab for you.
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