Sexually Transmitted Diseases
Testing and Treatment for Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STDs)
STD services available at DeKalb County Board of Health Centers are offered on a drop-in basis and no appointment is necessary. Specially trained healthcare providers are available for evaluation, testing and appropriate treatment for common sexually transmitted diseases such as chlamydia, gonorrhea and syphilis. As a part of our STD services we also provide 100% confidential routine HIV antibody screenings. In addition, testing and treatment services are available for many lesser known STDs as well. The Clinic offers lab testing, on-site medication dispension, STD patient education and partner notification and treatment services.
- Chlamydia (Urine / Culture)
- Gonorrhea (Urine / Culture)
- HIV (Blood Test)
- Syphilis (Blood Test)
- Hepatitis A
- Hepatitis B
STD Counseling and Treatment
Clinicians as well as Communicable Disease Specialists are available to educate you about each sexually transmitted disease and ways to prevent infection. Learn more at a DeKalb County Board of Health health center.
STD Partner notification
Partner notification is a process where sex partners are contacted by the health department and notified that they have been exposed to a sexually transmitted disease. This information is confidential and the person who gave their name will remain anonymous.
Services are available on a sliding fee scale.
- Bacterial Vaginosis
- Hepatitis B
More information on Sexually Transmitted Diseases is available