Walk-In STD Screening in Manhattan
You’re probably already well aware of the importance of screening for sexually transmitted diseases (STDs). After all, you likely attended sex education classes in high school and listened to many public service announcements over the years. Even so, your awareness may not make it any easier for you to actually seek testing when appropriate—or to tolerate the nail-biting wait for your test results. MedRite Urgent Care can help. At several convenient locations in Manhattan, we’re pleased to serve as a source of easily accessible and reliable STD screening for individuals who live, work, and attend school in the Big Apple.
No Time for STD Screening?
When you turn to MedRite Urgent Care for STD screening, you won’t have to worry about taking time away from your family, job, or classes; blocking off a chunk of time in your calendar; or even scheduling an appointment in advance. Our office is open every day during extended hours. Just walk in at a time that’s convenient for you, and our friendly and discreet health care providers will take care of you right away. If you’d like, you can further streamline your visit by registering online before you come in. We want to make STD screening as easy as possible for you!
You’re in Capable Hands With Us
While we pride ourselves on offering our patients prompt and convenient STD screening services, our efficiency does not in any way undermine the quality of the care we provide. Since our founding, our experienced team—which includes board-certified physicians and other licensed medical professionals—has been committed to a singular mission: to provide compassionate care in a comfortable environment that is designed to promote wellness and healing.
Please don’t put your health at risk by avoiding STD testing because you feel nervous or self-conscious. Come to MedRite Urgent Care in Manhattan, where you can expect to be treated with the kindness and respect you deserve. We can screen you for herpes, chlamydia, gonorrhea, syphilis, hepatitis B, hepatitis C, and/or HIV. To learn more, contact us today.