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For more information about our testing services, call: 704-432-TEST (8378)Monday - Friday : 8AM - 5PMLanguage assistance services are available to you, free of charge. Call 704-336-6500
Sexually transmitted infections (STDs or STIs) may not show signs or symptoms and can often be overseen. Most infections can be easily diagnosed and treated. However, testing is the only way to know your status and prevent transmission. Mecklenburg County Public Health fast-track clinic and non-traditional sites allow easy access to free and confidential testing.
If you are experiencing symptoms or a partner has tested positive for an STD,call 704-336-6500
All testing services are free and confidential for all patients
All testing done on a walk-in basis. No appointment necessary to receive prevention testing. Wait times may vary as patients are seen in the order they arrive.
2845 Beatties Ford Rd. Charlotte, NC 28216
No appointment needed. Only HIV/Syphilis bloodworkCall 704-432-8378 upon arrival to the siteMondays 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.Thursdays 1 - 4 p.m.
*SouthEast Clinic testing temporarily suspended*
Having symptoms? Has a partner tested positive? Call 704-336-6500
No appointment needed. HIV/Syphilis bloodwork,Gonnorhea/Chlamydia-urine testingTuesdays 6 - 8 p.m.
601 E. 5th St. Suite 470 Charlotte, NC 28216
No appointment needed. HIV/Syphilis bloodwork,Gonnorhea/Chlamydia-urine testingWednesdays 5 - 7 p.m.
2nd Tuesday each Month 11 - 12:30 p.m.
2nd / 4th Friday each Month 1:30 - 3:30 p.m.
1st Tuesday 10 – 12 p.m.
Tuesday 10 – 12 p.m.
3rd Tuesday; 10 – 12 p.m.
All adults and adolescents (ages 13 – 64) should be tested for HIV at least once in their life. How often someone should be tested for sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) depends on risk factors including the number of partners, type of sexual activity or drug use. To determine if you are at risk for HIV/STDs, a counselor may ask questions regarding sex, lifestyle and drug use during your visit.
Generally, most people benefit from an STD screening at least once a year. It is important to know that not all doctors provide regular testing for HIV/STDs, so check with your doctor or medical provider after each visit.
If you or a partner have tested positive for an STD, every partner should be tested and treated to avoid re-infection.
Every 3-6 months:
Anyone who has multiple or anonymous partnersAnyone who shares injection drug needles or equipmentAll sexually active men who have sex with men and transgender individuals
All sexually active persons over the age of 13
Appointments can be made by calling 704-336-6500
Treatment may be needed if:
You are experiencing symptoms: Abnormal discharge, difficulty urinating, sore throat, bumps, blisters or sores, A partner has tested positive for an STD
Please note: Many people may not experience symptoms even if they are infectious. If you know that a partner has tested positive, an appointment is needed for additional testing and potential treatment.
Results are given five business days after the day you were tested.
There are four options to access your results
Call 1-855-790-8968Enter the Unique ID given to you during your test visit, followed by #Enter your PIN (six-digit date of birth, MMDDYY), followed by #
Website: www.mytestresults.com.Enter customer number: 8557908968Enter the Unique ID given to you during your test visitEnter your PIN (six-digit date of birth, MMDDYY)
Walk in to clinic A at either Health Department locationYou do not need an appointment. ID required for printed results.Hours: Mon/Tue/Thur/Fri: 8am - 11am & 1pm - 4pm｜Wed: 10am - 1pm & 3pm - 6pm2845 Beatties Ford Road Charlotte, NC 28216249 Billingsley Road Charlotte, NC 28211
Return to the community-based testing site if you were tested outside of a Mecklenburg County Public health clinic. Verify with testing staff if you would like a printed copy of your results.
Please note: If you attempt to access your results before seven days from being tested, you may hear "I'm sorry that was an invalid unique identifier." Please allow 7 days or 5 business days to access your results. If after 5 business days from testing, you still receive an error please call 704-432-8378.
The Center for Disease Control does not recommend regular testing for genital herpes (HSV-1 or HSV-2) for people without symptoms.
Genital herpes is a common STD caused by herpes simplex virus type 1 (HSV-1) or herpes simplex virus type 2 (HSV-2). Symptoms of HSV-1 and HSV-2 include blisters on or around the genitals, rectum or mouth, known as “having an outbreak”. The blisters break and leave painful sores and it may take weeks to heal.
Most people who have HSV-1 or HSV-2 don’t have symptoms. An infection does not usually result in serious outcomes in healthy, non-pregnant adults. More often, the stigma and shame from a genital herpes infection can be more troubling to someone who is infected than the disease itself.
If you are pregnant, it is important to talk to your doctor about testing as herpes infections in babies can be life-threatening. Medication is available to manage symptoms and lower your risk of spreading the infection.
If you are experiencing continuous symptoms related to genital herpes and in need of medication, please call 704-336-6500 to schedule an appointment.
County services are operating at a limited capacity. Questions about COVID-19? Call Public Health Hotline: 980-314-9400