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STD Testing

Fast and convenient STD testing services from CareWell Urgent Care.

When you’re going for STD testing, the last thing you want to do is wait. If you’re worried you might have an STD, you don’t want to wait days or weeks until your primary care physician can see you. And you don’t want to wait hours in an emergency room while patients with serious or life-threatening medical conditions are seen ahead of you. That’s why CareWell Urgent Care centers offer an STD clinic where you can see a clinician fast – often in as little as 15 minutes. Even better, you don’t need an appointment for STD testing at a CareWell center. You can walk in to any of our 17 locations in eastern Massachusetts or in Warwick, Rhode Island, and complete your STD testing quickly.

What to expect from STD testing at CareWell.

Each of our urgent care clinic locations is open seven days a week to meet your medical needs. When you come for STD testing, a warm welcome from our staff will help to calm your anxieties, while our quiet waiting rooms will keep you comfortable while you wait. Our care rooms are specially designed to enable clinicians to provide you the best possible care, whether you’re visiting for STD testing, a routine physical exam or any other reason. Each of our facilities is equipped with an on-site lab, urgent care X ray machines and EKG equipment that help us to diagnose and treat your condition right away.

Our clinicians are experts in STD testing and many other kinds of health screening. After your visit, our staff will follow up with any specialists or primary care physicians at your request, providing the information they may need to continue treatment, if necessary.

Beyond STD testing: urgent care for a wide range of medical conditions.

STD testing is just one of the many services provided by CareWell Urgent Care centers. You can also visit a CareWell center for ER or urgent care needs that include:

  • Colds, flu, fevers and viruses.
  • Children’s injuries and illnesses.
  • Health screenings and vaccinations, including flu shots.
  • Accidents and injuries.
  • Allergic reactions.
  • Routine physical exams, including exams for sports and insurance purposes.
  • Occupational health services, including workers’ comp and DOT physicals.
  • Care for travelers who need medical services away from home.