STD Testing in Atlanta, GA
Get tested today, no appointment needed
Find a location near you:Or call (404) 476-4660
Medical intake Receive a personal test recommendation from our doctors.
Get tested You can get tested at a local lab.
Your results Access your results usually in 3 business days or less in your secure online account.
Doctor consult Connect with our medical team for a follow up.
What makes us different
Insurance accepted *
We are one of the only online testing services that accepts insurance plans.
Nationwide lab testing
We partner with thousands of labs nationwide for testing, no appointment needed.
Safety & security
We protect all of your information with leading industry technology.
Results in 3 days or less
Receive your results usually in 3 business days or less. When you include 'HIV Early Detection' and trichomoniasis testing, all results may take up to 5 business days.
Speak to people who care
Have one of our trained and certified Care Advisors walk you through the process from start to finish.
Doctor’s consults included
Our medical team is available for follow up consults to discuss your diagnosis and treatment plan.
Atlanta STD Testing Centers
Atlanta's private testing facilities provide diagnostic testing for a variety of conditions, so other patients won't know the reason for your visit. Your test results will be kept private, and will be available to you quickly--usually in 3 business days or less.
550 Peachtree Street NESte 1775Atlanta, GA 30308-2264Hours: M-F 8:00 am-5:00 pm
1136 Cleveland AvenueS Fulton Medical Arts Center, Suite 303East Point, GA 30344Hours: MON-THR 8:30AM-5:00PM FRI 8:30AM-1:30PM
497 Winn WaySuite 115Decatur, GA 30030-1711Hours: M-F 7:30 am-4:00 pm
497 Winn WayAuite 115Decatur, GA 30030-1711Hours: M-F 7:30 am-4:00 pm
STD Statistics in Atlanta, GA
The number of reported STD cases has remained consistent in Atlanta and the greater Fulton County area over the last several years. Chlamydia remains the most commonly reported STD in the region. In 2009, there were a total of 5,770 cases of chlamydia reported in the area. In 2013, there were a total of 5,754 cases of chlamydia reported in the area. Similarly, gonorrhea cases have stayed steady but recently began showing a slight decrease. In 2009, there were a total of 2,872 cases of gonorrhea reported in the area. In 2013, there were a total of 2,459 cases of gonorrhea in the region. Syphilis cases have been climbing slowly in the state of Georgia. In 2009, there were a total of 383 cases of syphilis reported in Fulton County. In 2013, there were a total of 390 cases of syphilis reported in the area.3, 4
In 2014, there were a total of 1,470 newly diagnosed cases of HIV in the Atlanta metropolitan area. There were a total of 2,247 cases of newly diagnosed cases of HIV in the state of Georgia that year. The Atlanta region accounted for 65.4% of all newly diagnosed HIV cases in the state. 80% of people living with HIV in Atlanta and Fulton County are male. The largest at-risk group for HIV was the black community which accounted for 75% of all new cases of HIV in Georgia.5 The Centers for Disease Control recommends that any person over the age of 13 and under the age of 64 should be tested at least once for HIV.7
STDs and Sexual Education in Atlanta, GA
Atlanta school districts attempt to follow all guidelines for sexual health education as outlined by the state of Georgia. State law requires schools to include sexual health topics and HIV/AIDS prevention education as part of the health and physical education curriculum. Recently, school officials in the state have made several proposals to update current lesson plans to better reflect current statistics and information. Additionally, there is currently a great deal of support for the emphasis on abstinence-only education. Sexual health education programs in Georgia are not mandatory. Every parent has the right to remove their child from receiving this type of education by supplying a written notice to a student's school board.6
In Georgia, each localized board of education must establish a committee to periodically review both sex education and HIV prevention instructional materials. This committee then makes recommendations concerning the age and grade level use of those materials. Recommendations made by the committee must be approved by the local board of education before implementation. The committees are composed primarily of non-teaching parents who have children enrolled in the local public schools, educators, health professionals and other community representatives. The committees also include a male and female student currently attending the 11th or 12th grade in the public school district being reviewed.6 High school aged people account for a large portion of reported STDs in Atlanta. People between the ages of 15 and 24 were the largest group to report cases of any STDs in Georgia.3 The CDC suggests that all women with multiple partners, regardless of age, should also be tested for STDs. It is recommended that any sexually active person should be tested once a year for STDs.7
STDs and Demographics in Atlanta, GA
In 2013, there were a total of 5,754 cases of chlamydia reported in Atlanta and Fulton County. In the same year, chlamydia was most common in women between the ages of 15 and 24. Women accounted for 72% of all chlamydia cases reported. Both the black and Hispanic communities were the largest at-risk groups for chlamydia infection.3, 4
In 2013, there were a total of 2,459 cases of gonorrhea reported in Atlanta and Fulton County. In the same year, gonorrhea was more common in women. Women accounted for 52% of all gonorrhea cases reported in Georgia. Gonorrhea was most common in people between the ages of 15 and 24. The largest at-risk group for gonorrhea was in the black community which account for over 70% of all cases reported.3, 4
In 2013, there were a total of 390 cases of syphilis in Atlanta and Fulton County. Syphilis was significantly more common in men than in women. Men are 15 times more likely to report syphilis infection than women. Syphilis was most commonly found in patients over the age of 20.3, 4 The CDC recommends screenings at least once a year for chlamydia, gonorrhea and syphilis for all sexually active gay, bisexual and other men who have sex with men. They further recommend annual testing for any women who may be below the age of 25 or engage in unsafe sex or sex with multiple partners.7
Your Best Atlanta, GA STD Testing Option
Atlanta offers its residents and visitors many options for STD treatment and testing. If you are concerned that you may have been exposed to an STD, getting tested is simple, affordable and confidential with STDTestExpress.com. To get started, answer a few brief medical questions to receive a personal test recommendation from our doctors. From there you can pick a lab to visit from our vast network of locations throughout your area. Sample collection often takes less than 30 minutes and your results are usually back within 3 business days or less. Our medical staff is available to answer any questions you have and prescription services are available if medically appropriate and allowed by state law. It is just that simple to go and get tested today. If available in your area, In-Home Collection even allows you to be tested at home, work or another location of your choice.
Not insured? Looking for a lower cost testing option? Find information on free STD testing in Atlanta, Georgia.
- 1 U.S. Census Bureau Quickfacts - Atlanta and Fulton County
- 2 City of Atlanta - About
- 3 Georgia Department of Public Health - STD Profile 2012
- 4 Georgia Department of Public Health - STD Data Summary 2009-2013
- 5 AIDSVu - Atlanta
- 6 Georgia Department of Education - Health and Physical Education Program Plan
- 7 CDC Screening Recommendations