Rapid STI 3-in-1 PCR Test

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Advanced Urgent Care & Occupational Medicine in Colorado and Rapid Testing LLC are partnering to provide STI rapid testing at our clinics. The benefits of testing are:

  • No Provider Visit for Testing
  • Same-Day Appointments
  • Same-Day Results
  • Discreet Testing for Chlamydia, Gonorrhea, and Trichomoniasis
  • Testing Approved for Ages 14 and Older
  • FDA-Approved, Self-Collected Vaginal Swab

What is Rapid Testing LLC?

Rapid Testing LLC facilitates rapid tests for medical conditions like sexually transmitted infections without needing a provider visit. Rapid Testing LLC is not a medical facility. However, they partner with medical clinics to offer convenient rapid testing at an affordable rate.

Payment is required at the time of booking. We accept debit or credit cards. HSA cards are also accepted. If you are unable to pay by card please contact us at 303-558-0510.

There will be a transaction processing fee for cancellations and no shows. This fee will vary based on each credit card.

Rapid STI Test

Rapid STI 3-in-1 PCR Test - $225

This is a molecular test that is typically used if you suspect a case of chlamydia, gonorrhea, or trichomoniasis. This type of test detects the virus by looking for genetic material from the viruses.

The rapid test is a sexual health test manufactured by Visby Medical that tests for three STIs in a single test. This test is a FDA-approved, self-collected vaginal swab.

Testing is available at all 12 of our clinics.

Sexual Health Test

This test from Visby Medical targets three pathogens that can cause permanent damage to a woman’s reproductive system if left untreated. This includes infertility and the potential for ectopic pregnancy.

  • Chlamydia – This STD often doesn’t have symptoms and is most common in young women
  • Gonorrhea – If left untreated, this STD may cause infertility
  • Trichomoniasis – Being infected with this STD can increase the risk of a person contracting other STDs

Important Information

If you test positive for an STI, it is important to seek treatment. Please schedule an urgent care visit with us, or a medical provider of your choice, to facilitate your care.

What is the difference between a sexually transmitted infection, STI, and a sexually transmitted disease, STD?

According to Verywell Health, an STI is an infection that is transmitted through sexual activity. These infections may or may not show symptoms and become a sexually transmitted disease. Keep in mind, STD and STI terminology are used interchangeably, so that is why both terms are used.

STI Rapid Testing Process

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Schedule Your Test
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Click here to schedule your test. You will choose the location and time for your test. Testing is available 7 days a week at all 12 of our locations.

Payment is required at the time of booking. We accept debit or credit cards. HSA cards are also accepted. If you are unable to pay by card please contact us at 303-558-0510.

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Proceed to Clinic for Test & Get Tested
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When you arrive at the clinic for your appointment, come inside and check-in. The sample for the test will be collected in an exam room. You can collect the sample yourself or a provider can – whichever you are more comfortable with.

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Receive Your Test Results via Text Message & Email
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You’ll have results the same day as your test. You will be sent a text and email with your results.
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Schedule an Urgent Care Visit

If you tested positive for an STI, please schedule a visit with Advanced Urgent Care & Occupational Medicine or a medical provider of your choice to receive care. If left untreated, chlamydia, gonorrhea, or trichomoniasis can damage a woman’s reproductive system.

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