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Sexual Health Program
There are dozens of sexually transmitted infections (STIs). Some STIs, such as syphilis, gonorrhea, and chlamydia, are spread mainly by sexual contact. Other diseases, including hepatitis C and monkeypox can be spread sexually but are also spread through ways other than sex.
Prompt testing and appropriate treatment of STIs is essential for personal health and the health of our community. Untreated STIs may be transmitted to sexual partners and cause long-term complications such as severe illness and infertility. STIs in pregnancy can cause complications like still births and preterm delivery.
The Shelby County Health Department Sexual Health Program provides:
- Sexually Transmitted Infection (STI) Testing
- Sexually Transmitted Infection (STI) Treatment
- STI/HIV Counseling
- HIV Medical Case Management Services
- HIV Early Intervention Services
- PrEP (pre-exposure prophylaxis) Services
- PrEP Clinic - 901-222-9400
STI Testing & Treatment
The Shelby County Health Department's Sexual Health Program accepts patients with and without insurance. For uninsured patients, the cost of an office visit, testing and treatment is $10, which can be paid using cash, debit or credit cards. (American Express not accepted)
To schedule appointments for STD testing, contact:
- Sexual Health Clinic at 814 Jefferson 901-222-9385
The Sexual Health Clinic provides confidential testing and treatment of chlamydia, gonorrhea, syphilis. It provides testing and referrals to care for hepatitis C and HIV.
STD Confidential Counseling Triage can be reached at 901-222-9427.
HIV Early Intervention Services
For Ryan White Linkage to care services, contact 901-222-9361.
HIV Medical Case Management
Medical Case Management provides Ryan White Services such as:
- Affordable Care Act Enrollment Assistance
- Drug Assistance
- Food Pantry
- Medical Case Management Office at 901-222-9386.
STI/HIV Lab or Physician Reporting
Contact STI/HIV Surveillance at 901-222-9410.