STD Tests and Prices
Pricing below is for patients without health insurance. For patients with insurance, contact us or your insurance company to determine your co-pay and/or co-insurance.
Chlamydia is the most common sexually transmitted disease. The test is performed using a urine specimen.
Gonorrhea can be present with or without symptoms. Symptoms include burning while urinating, discharge, pain, and swelling. The test is performed using a urine specimen.
Chlamydia and Gonorrhea $125
Gonorrhea is often seen in patients with chlamydia. Therefore, we recommend that patient who believe they have been exposed to chlamydia also test for gonorrhea.
The test also screens for trichomoniasis.
Hepatitis A, B, and C $99
The hepatitis panel is performed using a blood specimen.
Hepatitis C $49
Many people with Hepatitis C do not have symptoms. The Hepatitis C virus can lead to several serious liver complications; therefore, screening is important. The test is performed using a blood specimen.
HIV 1 and 2 $59
We use the fourth-generation HIV test which screens for both the HIV virus and HIV antibodies. Testing for the presence of the virus allows earlier detection of HIV. HIV is often present without symptoms; therefore, sexually active patients should be tested as part of their routine health care.
Tests for herpes type-1, oral herpes. The test is performed using a blood sample.
Tests for herpes type-2, genital herpes. The test is performed using a blood sample.
HSV 1 and 2 $89
The HSV 1 and 2 test screens for both genital and oral herpes.
Syphilis, while not a common STD, has seen a dramatic increase in the number of cases within the past five years. Infected patients may not display symptoms of the disease for years after contracting it. Therefore, we recommend regular testing. The test is performed using a blood sample.
Standard STD Panel $169
Tests for chlamydia, gonorrhea, HIV, HSV-2, syphilis, and trichomoniasis.
Full STD Panel $289
Tests for chlamydia; gonorrhea; hepatitis A, B, and C; HIV; HSV-2; syphilis; and trichomoniasis.