STD Testing Springfield or

For quick and accessible STD testing in Springfield, Accurate STD provides more than 4,000 testing centers across the nation. To cater to the generally hectic routine of the everyday individual, we highlight helpful and accommodating services for your STD testing needs. Due to our myriad of testing locations throughout the United States, locating one near you in Springfield should be effortless. Not only can you set up your appointment online, but visiting your chosen Springfield laboratory location can be done whenever it is most appropriate for you. Long waiting times will no longer cause unneeded tension, thanks to our 24-72 hour turnaround time for all test results. As soon as the results have been processed, they will be available to you 24 hours a day, 7 days a week through our secure online portal. Test results may also be provided over the phone.

Commitment to Quality

For individuals like yourself who may be unaccustomed to testing, our STD testing experience is tailored specifically for you. To alleviate any confusion or stress, we have sexual health counselors that are skillfully practiced and available to you for assistance along the way to treatment and recovery. To guide you through the beginning stages of testing, we are available to assist you in picking out the most suitable testing and accommodating lab locations. We recognize your need for privacy and ensure the professional delivery of all test results. All interactions will remain free of judgement and fully discreet. If you should require further assistance translating your results, feel free to reach out to us for counseling on implications and routes for treatment. Your health is our top priority. Supportive and professional, our system of physicians is here to walk you through every step of the process as needed. While our physicians can assist you with STD testing recommendations, nearby testing locations and treatment options, our customer service line is open for general questions or concerns. With Accurate STD, you will receive the support and reliable answers that you need at a convenient Springfield testing center near you.

Our Locations for STD Testing In Springfield

Made possible due to our affiliation with Quest Diagnostics, our CLIA laboratories are available nationwide to make it quick and easy to find one near you. Quest Diagnostics labs are equipped for FDA approved testing of diverse diseases.

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Find a Testing Center

1) Order

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.

2) Visit

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.

3) Results

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 Rates

STDs are easily transferred in densely populated areas, and regions within Oregon are no exception. As mentioned by the CDC in their 2014 STD survey, the US experienced over a million newly reported cases of chlamydia, one of the more common STIs. Getting tested regularly and practicing safe sex are important steps that will help protect you from contracting an STD. The following provides key statistics of common STDs within the state of Oregon. These statistics are significantly high, but many cases without symptoms go unreported. Because of this, the true rate of STDs might be even higher which makes staying informed all the more important.

15,508

reported cases of Chlamydia in Oregon in 2014

2,320

reported cases of Gonorrhea in Oregon in 2014

582

reported cases of Syphilis in Oregon 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.