Sexually Transmitted Disease Services

In the STI Clinic, clinical laboratory tests are conducted for patients requesting clinic services. Also, individual patients are provided treatment, health counseling and instructions by the public health nurse and/or the physician. Any individual who feels that he/she may have a sexually transmitted infection (STI) or may have come in contact with someone who has a STI, may call the Health Department to schedule an appointment. Eligibility is open to anyone. STI visits are $25 for routine testing for all patients. This will include the cost of the exam, lab testing and a pregnancy test if required. Treatment will be provided if required by diagnosis.

CONTACT
Clinic is located at
1700 Third St.
 or call:
940-761-7841

CLINIC HOURS 

January 31, 2020. STD Clinic will be closed due to staff meeting.

Patients are seen by appointment only.

Monday 8:00 a.m. to 11 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. to 4 p.m.
Tuesday 1:00 p.m. to 4 p.m.
Thursday and Friday mornings 8:00 a.m. to 11 a.m.

Please call 940-761-7841 to schedule an appointment. For more information regarding STI’s you may contact the STI Charge Nurse, Cassandra Robinson, RN at 940-761-7848.

 

What is an STI?

 
It is a sexually transmitted infection that is passed during sex. Most STI’s are spread during anal, oral sex, vaginal sex. Some STI’s, like HIV, are spread by contact with infected blood. STI germs need to live in warm, moist area and that is why they infect the mouth, rectum, penis and vagina.

An STI will not just go away by itself. Many STI’s can be cured, but ALL STI’s need to be treated.

We strongly encourage routine testing for anyone sexually active whether you are having symptoms or not! Most people with STI’s do not have symptoms.

The Wichita Falls Wichita County Public Health District offers confidential testing at a very reasonable fee. If you feel you may have an STI or would like routine testing call 940-761-7841 to schedule an appointment.

For more information regarding sexually transmitted infections, please click links below.


  
 
Genital Herpes and Genital Warts
 
Gonorrhea
 Mucopurulent Cervicitis (MPC)
 Chlamydia
 Trichomoniasis
 Nongonoccal Urethritis
 Syphilis
 Bacterial Vaginosis