Did you know that some diseases are legally reportable by health officials to the state of Virginia?
Here is the list of STI’s: AIDS, HIV disease, Gonorrhea, Chlamydia trachomatis, Hepatitis B and C (Acute), Trichinosis, Syphilis
Gathering this data helps State and National Government identify trends, public health concerns, decide where to allocate funding toward treatment etc.
The reported information is said to be kept “confidential” and “anonymous”. Regulations for Disease Reporting and Control http://www.vdh.state.va.us/Epidemiology/documents/pdf/regs.pdf
Virginia Reportable Disease Surveillance Data
No paper trail STD testing
If an individual wants a greater degree of anonymous testing or is avoiding testing due to fears of how a reportable disease might effect their life, future chance for health care, etc. perhaps the above link will help.
Floyd County Health Department
Virginia Department of Health
New River Health District
203 S Locust St Ste M
Floyd, Virginia 24091
Hours: Mon.-Fri., 8am-4:30pm.
Phone: 540-745-2141 (main)
Services: Chlamydia Testing, Conventional HIV Blood Testing, FREE HIV Testing, Gonorrhea Testing, Hepatitis B Vaccine, Herpes Testing, STD Testing, Syphilis Testing
Family Planning Program – qualify through income level and/or high risk. Provides free STI testing and treatment, Free or reduced price birth control. Free Paps. Hep B vaccine: free if at risk.
STD/STI Program (for women and men)-can have testing free of charge –chl, gon. Syphilis, HIV. Most treatment free of charge. Hep B and Hep C testing. Herpes screening can be done if lesion. Herpes culture and treatment may cost $. Charge for treatment of yeast infection or Trichinosis. If suspected STI and testing reveals symptoms due only to UTI, may need to pay for test.
Location: in Floyd County Health Department
Testing not involving speculum/culture (i.e. urine Chl. Culture, bloodwork) can be done any day. Testing involving Pap or cultures available 1st Thursday of each Month in Floyd or weekly at Montgomery Health Department.
Birth control can be provided on a sliding scale basis and is free to members of Family Planning Program.
Montgomery Health Department
210 South Pepper Street-Suite A | Christiansburg, VA 24073 | Phone: (540) 381-7100 | Fax: 381-7104 | Administrative Fax: 381-7108 | Email Us
The Montgomery County Health Department and District Office are located inChristiansburg,Virginia, onPepper Streetin the same building as Montgomery County Social Services.
The Leadership Team includes Molly O’Dell, MD, MFA—Director, Brenda Burrus, RN, MSEd–Senior Nurse Manager, Lucinda Stump, MBA–Administrator, and Gary Coggins, BSEH–Environmental Health Manager.
Directions: To reach the Montgomery County Health Department fromRoanoke Road, turn ontoFirst Street, just past Hardees, then turn left ontoPepper Street. The Health Department is in the two-story brick building on the left. Parking is available in the upper parking lot. Enter the center of the building and turn left in the lobby.
Department Phone Extensions:
Phone: (540) 381-7100
District Headquarters Suite: x156
Environmental Health: x117
Operator: x137 or x138
2207 Peters Creek Road
Roanoke, VA 24017
p: 540.562.3457 | f: 540.562.5124
STD Testing, Treatment & Vaccines in Roanoke, VA
Roanoke Health Center offers the following services related to the testing and treatment of sexually transmitted diseases (STDs):
- STD testing, diagnosis and treatment, including:
- bacterial vaginosis (BV)
- genital warts
- HIV (testing and diagnosis only)
- trichomoniasis (trich)
- Other STD testing, diagnosis and treatment services are also available. Please ask our staff for more information.
- STD prevention, including:
- HPV vaccine (Gardasil)
- hepatitis B vaccine
- STD/safer sex education
STD testing and treatment services are available:
- during all business hours by appointment
Please call to make an appointment.
Vaccines are available:
- during all business hours by appointment
Here’s what you need to know about STD testing and treatment at this health center:
We can test for gonorrhea and chlamydia using a urine sample. If this test shows an infection, then we will provide you with treatment and explain how your partner(s) can be treated.
For testing involving urine samples, including chlamydia and gonorrhea, do not urinate or engage in sexual intercourse for one hour before testing.
Many STD tests require a genital exam.
Rapid HIV testing can be done with a blood sample taken from a finger stick. The results are available in 10-40 minutes.
Counseling and confidential (private) testing for STDs are provided by trained staff who are sensitive to your needs and concerns.
Individuals ages 19 – 26 who have no health insurance and meet financial criteria may qualify for the Merck Vaccine Patient Assistance Program to receive the HPV vaccine (Gardasil) at no charge. Other fees may apply.
Some vaccines are given in a series over the course of several months, which would require you to return to the health center to get the full benefit.
Prices and Payment Information
Please contact this health center for STD services pricing information.
Payment is expected at time of service unless other arrangements have been previously made.
Some STD testing and treatment services may be covered by your insurance. If you want to use your insurance, please be sure to bring in your insurance information at the time of your visit.
Christiansburg Free Clinic
215 Roanoke Street
Free Clinic Services
Our Medical Program provides:
- Primary care
- Specialty care
- Diagnostic testing
- Hospital services
Our Pharmacy Program* provides:
- Prescription medications
- Diabetic supplies
- Convenient medication pickup
Our Mental Health Program provides:
- Eligibility screening for mental health services
- Counseling services
For more information about the Mental Health Association and the pro-bono counseling program, visit the pro-bono counseling website.
*The Free Clinic does not prescribe for controlled substances.