Since many have busy schedules without the room for time-consuming endeavors, Accurate STD identifies your need for precise and swift STD testing in Burlington. We have more than 4,000 testing sites established across the country so that identifying one nearest you will be problem-free. When it is most convenient for you, simply order your test online and visit your chosen Burlington testing center. With our 24-72 hour turnaround time for testing results, Accurate aspires to remove unnecessary stress from your day by delivering prompt results, peace of mind and an experienced support system. When your results are complete, they can be viewed through our secure online portal 24 hours a day, 7 days a week or can be supplied to you over the phone.
Commitment to QualityHere at Accurate STD, we know that many individuals are unfamiliar as well as uncomfortable with the testing process. Due to this, we have gathered a team of skilled specialists to help guide you through the process and understand your results. These sexual health counselors are authorities in their profession and taught to provide the best support with your worries in mind. Our sexual health counselors are available for assistance throughout your entire experience with Accurate STD, from testing selection to treatment and eventual recovery. If you should have trouble selecting tests or finding the closest lab near you, we can help you make an educated selection based on your sexual health goals and level of comfort. Once testing is complete, we prioritize your wish for confidentiality and convenience by providing results professionally and discreetly. Understanding test results can be difficult. That is why we will continue to assist you by providing thorough explanations to guide you through the results and treatment available. If any general questions or problems may come up, our customer service team is only a call away. Reliable support and recommendations on STD testing and recovery are also obtainable through our network of healthcare professionals. From start to finish, these expert physicians are at your disposal for test assignment, information regarding results and support through treatment and recovery. Get the testing and answers you need at your local Burlington testing facility.
Our Locations for STD Testing In BurlingtonOur testing facilities have partnered with Quest Diagnostics to fulfill FDA approved testing services. These CLIA certified centers are spread across the country to provide you with a healthy amount of choices for private and accommodating STD testing.
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 RatesSTDs are easily spread through densely populated regions, including the various urban areas in North Carolina. The CDC reported over a million cases of chlamydia throughout the United States in 2014. As a result of this steady growth in STD diagnoses, safe sex practices and routine STD testing are important to bringing North Carolina's cases down to a minimum. The accompanying statistics give a brief summary of North Carolina's STD profile, specifically more common STDs which residents should be mindful of. These statistics only represent the reported number of cases. Asymptomatic STD cases often continue without diagnosis or reporting.
reported cases of Chlamydia in North Carolina in 2014
reported cases of Gonorrhea in North Carolina in 2014
reported cases of Syphilis in North Carolina 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.