STD/STI: Sexually Transmitted Infection
Common STIs | Testing Sites | More Info | Stats & Updates
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Talk. Test. Treat.
1. TALK to your partner about Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs) before you have sex.
2. TEST for STIs if you are sexually active.
3. TREAT right away if you test positive for an STI.
Get confidential, free or low cost testing and support for you and your partner, right here in Ithaca!
Click here for local testing sites, or call the Health Department at (607) 274-6604.
Click here for the CDC Talk-Test-Treat website.
Testing sites in Tompkins County
Your Primary Care Provider
Tompkins County Health Department (TCHD)
Free anonymous HIV testing only.
Results available in 20 minutes.
Phone 607-274-6604. Click for Web site.
Planned Parenthood of the Southern Finger Lakes (PPSFL)
For all Tompkins County residents.
Free, confidential testing and treatment at the PPSFL Ithaca office, 620 West Seneca St. (Made available by the Tompkins County Health Department)
Testing for Chlamydia, Gonorrhea, HepC, HIV, and Syphilis
Phone 607-273-1513. Click for PPSFL's Ithaca Clinic Web site
Gannett Health Services, Cornell University
For Cornell students, staff, faculty.
Confidential STI testing & education.
Phone 607-255-5155. Click for Web site.
Hammond Health Center, Ithaca College
For Ithaca College students only.
STI education; testing available.
TC3 Health Center
No on-site STI testing available.
STD education and referrals only.
Phone 607-844-8222 x 4487
STAP — Southern Tier AIDS Program CLICK HERE for their website
Additional Information Sources (Web)
Peace of Mind
The “Peace of Mind” campaign is a collaborative project, sponsored by Cornell University, Ithaca College, TC3, Planned Parenthood, STAP, and the Tompkins County Health Department.
Its goal is to support your health and the health of the County by providing accurate information about sexual health and links to health resources you can trust. www.tc-std.org/
NYS Department of Health
(NYSDOH) Sexually Transmitted
Disease Web page
U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
• STI Web page
• STI Fact Sheets
• 2015 Treatment Guidelines
In the News
Increase In Sexually Transmitted Infections Locally
• Jul. 20, 2016 press release
• Aug. 21, 2015 press release
Stats & Trends
Please Note: Tompkins County case numbers for HIV are generated by the NYSDOH regional office and can be obtained by calling TCHD at (607) 274-6604, and inquiring with a communicable disease nurse.
• Current and past Communicable Disease reports
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