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HIV & STD Testing & Treatment

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When in Doubt, It's Best to Test It Out


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¿Por qué no hablar de ello?

Si has tenido contacto sexual con otra persona y notas algún signo de una ETS, ¿por qué no hablas al respecto con nuestros profesionales médicos y te haces la prueba?


Los síntomas de las ETS pueden aparecer y desaparecer con el tiempo. Esto no significa que la ETS haya desaparecido. Es muy común que los síntomas de las ETS sean leves e indetectables.


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¿Por qué elegirnos?
We have Ryan White!!!
We have assistant programs!!! 


Nuestro amable personal está dedicado a servir y satisfacer sus necesidades. Siempre puede esperar un servicio con una sonrisa en nuestros entornos.


Nuestro equipo está dedicado a asegurarse de que su experiencia sea de excelencia. Si hay algo que podamos hacer para satisfacer o superar sus necesidades, nuestros equipos médicos y profesionales están a su servicio.


Alive & Well se enorgullece de crear verticales de pruebas confidenciales para satisfacer las necesidades de todos los ámbitos de la vida. Todas las pruebas médicas y con nosotros permanecerán confidenciales.


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We love to connect with our patients face to face with our teams and Doctors to ensure your comfort and peace of mind and exceed your expections,
If you would like to test from home.  we will have your speak with the Doctor and go to our nearest labs.  Doctor will go over the results.  If TREATMENT is needed we will have you come into office or MAIL you an prescription, 

Alive & Well Community Partners (AWCP) mantendrá toda la información personal y los registros médicos con el más alto nivel de privacidad y confidencialidad. AWCP solo divulgará información personal de atención médica cuando nuestros clientes lo autoricen por escrito o cuando lo exija la ley.

Get Tested For: 

Human Immunodeficiency Virus

Testing, Treatment and Prevention is available. Come and speak with our friendly medical staff.

Testing and Treatment are available. This STD is most commonly detected.


Currently offering Syphilis testing. Treatment is quick and available if detected early.

Human Papilloma Virus

Alive and Well screens for HPV and has Treatment options.

Herpes Simplex Virus I/II

Screening and Testing is Available for HSV I/HSV II. This STD is visible on private areas.

Hepatitis A, B & C

Screening for Hepatitis A/B/C. Individual Hepatitis Testing Available.  Different Treatment and Care Plans are available after screenings.

Introduction of STD's


Chlamydia is a curable bacterial infection and, according to the CDC, it’s the most common notifiable disease in the United States.3 Often chlamydia doesn’t show symptoms, so people do not seek testing. But if left untreated, chlamydia can lead to pelvic inflammatory disease (PID) and infertility. 


Gonorrhea is a curable bacterial infection that tends to inhabit moist, warm places like the urethra, rectum, throat, genital tract, and reproductive tract.4 Often it doesn’t show symptoms, but it can still be passed with no symptoms present. Gonorrhea and chlamydia are typical co-infections, which means that it’s likely to acquire both at the same time. 


Syphilis is a curable bacterial infection that tends to go unreported because its symptoms are often absent or indistinguishable. Syphilis has four stages: primary, secondary, latent, and tertiary. In its early stages, syphilis is the most infectious and the least noticeable. It becomes more apparent in its final stages, which can result in damage to the brain and other organs.


The human papillomavirus (HPV) is the most common STD. The CDC estimates that nearly every sexually active person will obtain at least one strain of the virus during their lifetime.6 There are over 100 different strains of HPV, most of which the body can fight off on its own. However, a few strains of HPV can cause genital warts or are considered “high-risk” and can lead to cancer. The HPV vaccine can prevent damaging strains of HPV. 


Herpes is caused by the herpes simplex virus (HSV). The virus is most known for causing cold sores/fever blisters on the face and genital region. Herpes spreads through sharing infected fluids, skin-to-skin contact, and contact with cold sores. The virus can spread even when cold sores are not present;7 over half of the population has it;8 and though there is no cure, it can be managed with treatment. .


Hepatitis is a contagious liver disease that causes inflammation of the liver. Hepatitis A is typically caused by eating or drinking items contaminated with infected fecal matter.  Hepatitis B and C usually occur as a result of contact with infected bodily fluids. Hepatitis may resolve through rest, replenishing fluids, and, in chronic cases, it can be treated with antiviral medications.9 There are also vaccines available to prevent some strains of hepatitis.


The human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) attacks the immune system, weakening the body’s ability to fight off other infections and making the body highly vulnerable to major illnesses. HIV is a lifelong disease, but it can be managed with antiretroviral (ART) medication. If it’s not managed, it can progress into acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS), which is a chronic, potentially life-threatening condition.10 


Trichomoniasis or “trich” is the most common curable STD in the world, and it’s typically passed through vaginal sex. In the U.S., an estimated 3.7 million people have the infection, but only about 30% of people develop any symptoms. If symptoms are present, they include foul-smelling vaginal discharge, genital itching, and painful urination.11 

STD Symptoms

The biggest takeaway with STD symptoms is that the most common STD symptom is no symptom at all. STDs may or may not show symptoms, depending on the STD and how it reacts with your body. Many STDs share similar symptoms, which is why it’s not possible to diagnose an STD based on symptoms alone; you must get tested in order to receive an accurate diagnosis. That being said, here are some of the most common signs to look out for:

STD Symptoms in Men

STD symptoms in men include:

  • Painful urination

  • Itching, burning penis

  • Penile discharge

  • Bumps or blisters around the penis

  • Painful ejaculation

  • Tender, swollen testicles

  • Sore throat

  • Anal warts

  • Watery diarrhea

  • Rectal bleeding

  • Rectal discharge

  • No symptoms at all

STD Symptoms in Women

STD symptoms in women include:

  • Vaginal itching, burning, or discomfort

  • Vaginal discharge

  • Blisters in the genital area

  • Painful sex

  • Rash in the genital area

  • Painful urination

  • Sore throat

  • Anal warts

  • Watery diarrhea

  • Rectal bleeding

  • Rectal discharge

  • No symptoms at all

What to Expect During Your Private Testing Session

(1) You will have Patient Advocate that will work confidentially with you.

(2) Get tested.

(3)  Speak with doctor.

9 Simple steps to get HIV PrEP at Alive & Well Community Partners :
  1. Call to schedule an appointment

  2. Meet the staff

  3. Patient Advocate will do confidential paper work

  4. Complete an HIV test (5 minutes)

  5. Collect blood send to the lab to check kidney function

  6. Collect urine if you want other STI testing

  7. Meet the Provider for a consultation

  8. Get your HIV test results

  9. Get your care plan and start.

Individual Testing 


Chlamydia & Gonorrhea


Hepatitis A

Hepatitis B

Hepatitis C

Herpes I

Herpes II


HIV 1+2 (4Gen)


Pap Smear

Anal Pap


B-12 Shot (x3)


How Do You Get HIV PrEP?

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