Does the Health District offer HIV Testing?

Confidential testing for HIV is available at the MERCY Health Care Center located at 1902 Shelton Street. Rapid HIV testing is available to patients that qualify medically. Testing and treatment for other sexually transmitted diseases are also offered for a small co-pay. 

 Due to COVID, services may be interrupted, delayed or closed. Please call for the most up to date information.  

Walk-in Clinic

The STD clinic is a walk-in clinic that opens at 8 am, Monday through Thursday. Patients will be seen on a first-come, first-served basis with a limited number of available appointments each day. Consult for Pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) services are also available through the STD clinic by appointment only. Free STD testing is the first Monday of every month from 8 to 10 am and 1 to 3 pm.

For additional information or to schedule an appointment, please call 325-676-6634, ext. 202.

Please note: Free STD testing is not currently available due to COVID19. 

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1. Do I need an appointment to receive immunizations at the Health District?
2. Does the Health District investigate communicable diseases?
3. Does the Health District accept credit or debit cards?
4. Does the Health District offer HIV Testing?
5. Does the Health District provide medical care for the uninsured?
6. What are the costs for medical care at the Health District?
7. What family planning services are available at the Health District?
8. Which children are eligible for medical check-ups at he Health District?
9. How can I get a copy of a birth certificate?
10. How can I request corrections to a birth certificate?
11. How can I get a certified copy of a death certificate?