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HIV/STD

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Epidemiology in the HIV/STD Service consists of three programs: Disease Intervention, Surveillance and Analysis, and Counseling and Testing.  Disease intervention focuses on the primary prevention of sexually transmitted diseases (STDs). While the program concentrates on screening, diagnostics, education and treatment services, individual case management and referral services for those at increased risk remain the program's priority.

Contact to the OSDH HIV/STD web site: HIV/STD

CDC National Links: 
CDC National Prevention Information Network
National Center for HIV, STD, and TB Prevention

Services

Physical examination based on symptoms.  May include laboratory tests for:

  • Chlamydia
  • Gonorrhea
  • Syphilis
  • HIV/AIDS

Testing is always confidential.

Enrollment Criteria

Anyone is eligible for services. 

Fees

No fee is charged.

How to Be Seen

STD exams are currently provided on a walk-in basis between the hours of 8:00 am and 4:00 pm.  There are a pre-determined number of appointments available in the morning and afternoon depending on staff availability.  To obtain one of these appointments, it is strongly recommended that the client arrive by 8:00 am for a morning slot or by 12:00 pm for an afternoon slot. For questions please call (580) 248-5890.

Providers

Services provided by a Registered Nurse.  Call Sarah Corella at (580) 248-5890 or email SarahCo@health.ok.gov for more information.

 

 

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