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Testing & Treatment

Our providers are certified in STI/HIV screening, testing, diagnosing, and, in most cases, providing same-day treatment.

In addition to diagnosing and treating common STDs like gonorrhea, chlamydia, and syphilis, we—unlike many private medical providers—can diagnose and treat the same-day medical issues like vaginal infections (yeast/BV—bacterial vaginitis), pelvic inflammatory disease, epididymitis, NSU (non-specific urethritis), and cervicitis.

We provide compassionate and professional services to people of all genders, identities, and sexual orientations.

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Location & Hours

The STD Clinic is conveniently located downtown in the Salt Lake Public Health Center at 610 South 200 East, 2nd Floor.

Parking is available on the west side of the building, or the clinic is two blocks south of the Library station on the TRAX red line.

Make an appointment by calling 385-468-4242.

We are open from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and accommodate walk-in patients when possible, but you can decrease your wait time and guarantee being seen by making an appointment.

Please note that children are not allowed in STD exam rooms, and cannot be left unattended in our lobby.

Our clinical staff is the most experienced in the state, with over 50 years of combined experience in the STD field. We have Spanish speakers on-staff, and we provide translation services for other languages.

Office Visit Fees

We provide FREE HIV testing unless you are Court Ordered* or getting your Sexually Oriented Business License.* This is due to additional documentation required by law.

The clinic office visit fee is $50 for Salt Lake County residents ($70 if you live outside Salt Lake County). If you are testing only for HIV, there is no office visit fee. All other tests listed below will also incur the office visit fee.

We are a PrEP provider; whether you want to start on PrEP or continue with us as your provider, call us at 385-468-4242 for detailed pricing information.

We are unable to bill health insurance.

  • Rapid HIV (same-day results): FREE* while grant funds last
  • HIV blood test: $30
  • Syphilis blood test: $35
  • Chlamydia/Gonorrhea test: $40
    (per site: oral, rectal, vaginal, or urine)
  • Herpes Types 1 & 2 PCR swab test: $75
  • Herpes Types 1 & 2 Antibody blood test: $50
  • Trichomoniasis: $45
  • Mycoplasma: $65 (for symptomatic patients only)

*HIV tests that are court-ordered have a fee of $80. Tests for a sexually oriented business license have a fee of $285.
Call 385-468-4242 for details.

  • Hepatitis B Antigen test: $45
  • Hepatitis B Antibody test: $45
  • Hepatitis C Antibody test: $50
  • Rapid syphilis test (same-day results): $40
  • Genital wart treatment (cryotherapy): $60
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Who Can Get Tested?

  • Anyone of age 14 or older.
  • Anyone sexually active.
  • Anyone with symptoms of an STD.
  • Anyone who thinks they are at risk for an STD, including HIV.
  • Anyone who thinks they have been exposed to an STD.
  • Anyone who would like a routine sexual health screening.

When to Get Tested

We recommend that all sexually active people be screened regularly, even if you don't have symptoms of an STD or don't think you've been exposed.

Recommended STD Screening Frequency

Other things to keep in mind:

  • You can be infected with an STD without showing any signs or symptoms.
  • It can take time after exposure for an STD to show up on a test.
  • Other than the rapid HIV test that offers same-day results, STD test results generally take 7 to 10 days.

For the best time to be tested after exposure, when symptoms usually appear, and how long it takes to get test results, see our STD Testing Chart


We can treat bacterial STDs (such as chlamydia, gonorrhea, and syphilis) with antibiotic therapy. It is extremely important that the patient avoid all sexual contact for at least 7 days after beginning treatment.

It is essential that a patient’s sexual partners are also treated for the infection in order to avoid a re-exposure and reinfection. If a patient is treated, but his or her partner is not treated, the patient will likely become reinfected with the STD almost immediately.

For patients who wish to remain anonymous but want a partner to know they have been exposed and need to be evaluated, we offer an anonymous partner notification service to anyone who tests positive for chlamydia, gonorrhea, syphilis, or HIV.

Treating viral STDs (HIV, herpes, hepatitis, HPV) is more challenging and, for some diseases, can require long-term medication management and additional visits with your regular health care provider. The STD clinic does offer HPV (genital wart) treatment on-site for a fee.

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Partner Notification

If a patient tests positive for chlamydia, gonorrhea, syphilis, or HIV, they may choose to contact their partner(s) directly and refer them to the STD Clinic for low-cost testing and treatment.

But if a patient wishes to remain anonymous but wants their partner(s) to know they have been exposed and need to be evaluated, our partner notification service will contact the partner(s) and encourage them to visit the STD Clinic for evaluation.

We ensure anonymity for all patients; if we contact the partner(s) of anyone diagnosed with an STD, we are legally and ethically prohibited from providing any information about the original patient that referred us. We take this responsibility very seriously and our disease investigators receive extensive training on how to protect our patients’ personal information.

Partner notification is available for all cases of chlamydia, gonorrhea, syphilis, and HIV diagnosed anywhere in Salt Lake County, including at clinics besides ours.

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