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Yes. It is very important that all partners be treated if you tested positive for an STI, otherwise you can get re-infected.
Please have them call 816-595-4261 as soon as possible for an appointment. They should bring in a copy of your (their partner's) test results to their appointment so that the appropriate treatment can be provided.
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We currently offer STI services by appointment only.
Please call 816-595-4261 and a staff member will help you set up an appointment.
We no longer accept insurance for testing. Self-pay fees will apply at the time of your visit. However, no one is denied services due to inability to pay. Call 816-595-4261 for additional details or any questions you may have.
Free STI testing is available to local high school students and William Jewell College students if a student ID is provided.
Please bring your photo ID, Medicaid card, if you have one, and some form of payment. Also make sure you do not go to the bathroom one hour before your appointment so we can get accurate test results. Please call 816-595-4261 for more information.
Testing for gonorrhea and chlamydia for male patients is typically a urine sample and blood draw. Testing for gonorrhea and chlamydia for female patients is typically a self-swab and blood draw.
To test HIV/RPR, there is a blood draw.
Only the patient is allowed in the exam room during the appointment.
Please call 816-595-4261 for more information.
It is a very good idea to get tested; however, it is important to wait three weeks to get the most accurate results. Please call 816-595-4261 for more information.
Not necessarily. HIV, along with other STIs, often don't have symptoms at all. That is why it's important to get regular testing. Please call 816-595-4261 for more information.
Other local health organizations, like Platte County Health Department, may be able to provide what you're looking for. Check out the list of resources on our website.